Mass Effect: Ascension
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Space Opera
, Sports And Games
, Video Games
Series: Mass Effect (#2)
While the #1 in the series was placed somewhere before the ME1 storyline, this is stuck in the middle, right between ME1 & ME2. OK, that's not a bad point. Sure, the Ilusive Man cunning plan keeps the story slightly more engaging, some of the characters from the first book are present (after all, no...
Ehhh, it's a video game tie-in. I didn't expect much. I'm a big fan of the game series so I thought that even if it wasn't great I'd still like it by virtue of it being in the Mass Effect universe. Well. I wasn't exactly Mass Effect-ed.Started off okay, got mediocre real quick. If you're a fan of th...
Disappointing. I had hoped for more insight into TIM, but alas...
After finishing Mass Effect 3, I found myself wanting to immerse myself in all things Mass Effect, I suppose because the trilogy is now over, and the ending was rather disappointing. I first picked this book up in the library two years ago or so, and found it very dull. But I thought I'd try it agai...
Timeline note: Ascension is set almost immediately after the events of the first Mass Effect, and before the opening scene in Mass Effect 2.Picking up the character of Kahlee Sanders from the first Mass Effect novel, Ascension is a Cerberus-heavy story that doesn't seem to have much of an effect on ...