Book Review: Assassin’s Creed – Brahman by Brenden Fletscher


I liked Brahman best of the three Assassin’s Creed comic I have. It is also the most beautiful due to the eastern drawings of the story. But is still not much better.

Book Review: Assassin’s Creed: Brahman by Brenden Fletscher


Title & Author: Assassin’s Creed: Brahman by Brenden Fletscher
Genre: Comic, History
Release Date: October 30 2013
Series: Assassin’s Creed
Publisher: [publisher]


Who is Jot Soora? Devoted fiance of movie star Monima Das, gifted programmer at software giant MysoreTech, or deadly Assassin with a secret? When Jot stumbles into a layer of code deep in his company’s new device, the discovery threatens his relationship, his job and his life. It also reveals shocking links to an ancestral past that cause him to question everything he knows about himself. As he delves further into memories stored in his genetic makeup, he uncovers an age-old battle between The Templar Order and The Assassin Brotherhood, both of whom are racing to find a mysterious artifact buried in the past that has the power to alter the fate of all mankind.

I gave Brahman by Brenden Fletscher three out of five hearts. So no more than The Fall & The Chain even though I do think it was a lot better than those.

I felt Brahman was a bit confusing, it went smoothly from the current time to past time and back. It also did not go as deep as a comic could go in just a couple of pages more, which was sad.

Jot Soora has no real personality and his girl friend feels very shallow. I found it sad because you can do so much more than this. The same went for the assassins in this story.

I just like this comic more than the other two because it was beautifully drawn and the story itself was much better and the ancestor of Jot is not actually an assassin during the story. Only at the end it starts to become clearer he will be an assassin in this future.

I hope you have had a more positive experience while reading Assassin’s Creed: Brahman, because I did not like it all that much.

Let me know what you thought of this book!
If you have any requests for which book I should talk about next, please let me know in the comments down below.

For now, let books enrich your life!


Leave a Reply