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Assassin's Creed: The Desert Threat,[1] also called Storm in the Desert,[2] (刺客信条:大漠风云) is a novel written by Yan Leisheng, the second in a trilogy of novels focused on the Chinese Assassin Shao Jun.[3]

The novel was released on 19 October 2021 by Newstar Press in China.[4] An English translation by Aconyte Books is scheduled to release in 4 October 2022.[1]

Blurb

Ancient Mongolia is the stage for the latest epic adventure in the award-winning Assassin's Creed® universe, as assassin Shao Jun fights a sinister plot that spells the downfall of the Brotherhood of the Assassins.

The Brotherhood of Assassins has been all but eradicated by the Chinese Emperor. Restoring the Order to its former glory is no easy feat, but it is Shao Jun's duty, and her best chance of survival. When she learns that an old foe has acquired a powerful artifact with which he intends to lure any remaining assassins to their deaths, Shao Jun hastens to Mongolia. There, political intrigue between Mongolian royalty, an exiled prince, and the lethal tensions between Mongolia and China draw her into their web. But when she discovers an even more sinister actor behind the intrigue who is creating monsters for a brutal takeover of the region, Shao Jun vows to do everything in her power to stop it.
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Aconyte Books. The Desert Threat. Aconyte Books. Retrieved on June 19, 2022.
  2. Lei Yansheng. An Assassin Creed Story: Storm in the Desert (Chinese Edition) (in English). Amazon. Retrieved on December 14, 2021.
  3. 刺客信条:大漠风云 大明风云 育碧燕垒生前一百名送作者签名海报 (in Chinese). Taobao (29 September 2021). Archived from the original on September 29, 2021. Retrieved on October 5, 2021.
  4. 次元书馆 (18 October 2021). 签名版到货刺客信条:大漠风云(签... 来自次元书馆 - 微博 (in Chinese). Sina Weibo. Retrieved on November 1, 2021.

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