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*Read E-pub è Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse: (Tom Clancy Books, Books for Men, Video Game Companion Book) é New York Collapse is an in world fictionalized companion to one of the biggest video game releases ofTom Clancy s The Division from Ubisoft Within this discarded survivalist field guide, written before the collapse, lies a mystery a handwritten account of a woman struggling to discover why New York City fell The keys to unlocking the survivor s full story are hidden within seven removable artifacts, ranging from a full city map to a used transit card Retrace her steps through a destroyed urban landscape and decipher her clues to reveal the key secrets at the heart of this highly anticipated game Missing You, Love Sara Books for Men Dose De Prazer (Os Irmãos OSullivan, Video Game Companion Book) é New York Collapse is an in world fictionalized companion to one of the biggest video game releases ofTom Clancy s The Division from Ubisoft Within this discarded survivalist field guide Roughneck Cowboy (Cartwright Siblings, written before the collapse Land of Golden Wattle lies a mystery a handwritten account of a woman struggling to discover why New York City fell The keys to unlocking the survivor s full story are hidden within seven removable artifacts Criminal Behavior (Twilights Children ranging from a full city map to a used transit card Retrace her steps through a destroyed urban landscape and decipher her clues to reveal the key secrets at the heart of this highly anticipated game So I finished the first read through of this book It s obviously going to take sometime to figure out the puzzles that I skimmed over in favor of digesting all the words Perhaps it s because I have invested so much time into the game, but I feel very closely connected to this story, and the characters Warren Merchant and April Kelleher I will definitely be going back through to try and discover all the hidden secrets and puzzles In addition to being an entertaining work of fiction, the So I finished the first read through of this book It s obviously going to take sometime to figure out the puzzles that I skimmed over in favor of digesting all the words Perhaps it s because I have invested so much time into the game, but I feel very closely connected to this story, and the characters Warren Merchant and April Kelleher I will definitely be going back through to try and discover all the hidden secrets and puzzles In addition to being an entertaining work of fiction, the survival bits were very enlightening and have inspired me to try out a few of the solutions mentioned Hopefully I would never need any of these survival skills, but I definitely want to remember as much as I can just in case This was a really fun read and I m glad I had the opportunity to experience it So, Tom Clancy s The Division New York Collapse is really a two for one deal The basic book is a survival guide to a long term collapse of society It goes through amazing details about how to survive, what to use, where to go, and what to think Wow, it was a true eye opener If I haven t mentioned it before, I m a prepper Yep, I take emergency preparedness seriously, probably why I like all those end of the world and dystopian books So, the guide alone would have been something I would buy So, Tom Clancy s The Division New York Collapse is really a two for one deal The basic book is a survival guide to a long term collapse of society It goes through amazing details about how to survive, what to use, where to go, and what to think Wow, it was a true eye opener If I haven t mentioned it before, I m a prepper Yep, I take emergency preparedness seriously, probably why I like all those end of the world and dystopian books So, the guide alone would have been something I would buy.The interactive second part of the deal is a personal journal written by April, a woman living during the collapse of New York City Her husband was a biologist, killed for his germ research She carries the survival guide with her, using it to record her journey and to unravel what exactly happened in New York She also leaves little puzzles throughout the book in case it ever falls into the wrong hands.The journal is written in several colors of ink Each color represents a different period of time So, when reading, you often find yourself reading notes that involve different time periods of April s survival She also leaves different maps, transit cards, and other interactive products within the pages.This is a really fun book I give it 4.5 stars, and that s only because it is a bit hard to follow smoothly I ve been playing The Division over the holidays, as it s my favourite Christmas themed game although I m not sure there are many other Christmas themed games out therePost apocalypse Christmas decorations Yes please Anyway, I finished all the main missions but suffered a bit of Division withdrawal when I came off it I don t have a Playstation Plus account, so endless plundering in the Dark Zone is a no go for me So I did a quick search and found a tie in book called New York Collapse I ve been playing The Division over the holidays, as it s my favourite Christmas themed game although I m not sure there are many other Christmas themed games out therePost apocalypse Christmas decorations Yes please Anyway, I finished all the main missions but suffered a bit of Division withdrawal when I came off it I don t have a Playstation Plus account, so endless plundering in the Dark Zone is a no go for me So I did a quick search and found a tie in book called New York Collapse A Survival Guide to Urban Catastrophe by the pseudonymous Warren Merchant.Now, I m always a bit sceptical about tie in media films of books we all know they rarely work , films of games which work even less , games of films, companion guides, books of games, etc There s always a bit of a sense of me tooing and cashing in on fans If a book carries the name of a game, it can get sales based on that and not necessarily on the quality of the book.So with a bit of trepidation, but reassured by the abundance of good reviews, I bought New York Collapse And I m so glad I did It s actually supposed to be the survival guide that crops up in the game A character appears in echoes playbacks from surveillance equipment called April Kelleher, and you can see in the game some of the moments that she writes about in this book The survival guide itself is a guide to surviving a TEOTWAWKI event The End Of The World As We Know It In the margins are the scrawlings of April Kelleher as she survives through the apocalypse in Manhatten, in parallel with the events of the game itself Rather suspiciously, the advice centres almost entirely around an outbreak of weaponised smallpox in Manhatten Handy, considering that s exactly what has happened in The Division game But that s all part of the mystery that April is trying to work out while trying to survive in an extremely hostile environment, with the constant threat of infection, federal aid collapsing and gangs whittling down what remains of the civilian population The survival guide is also full of puzzles that April and you needs to work out in order to locate the author, Warren Merchant, who is clearly trying to get her to meet him for whatever mysterious reason He clearly knowsabout what s going on.The book is really well produced to look like it s been through the apocalypse and back The cover is all torn up and there s blood and muck all over the pages Rather than just using a handwriting font, they ve actually got someone to hand write the margin scrawlings so it looks authentic On top of that, there are bits and pieces waiting to fall out, which are highly realistic apocalypse souvenirs and clues that April picks up It honestly feels like this is April s actual copy.Although I have played the game, I think you could get a great amount of entertainment out of The New York Collapse even if you haven t played or even heard of The Division At it s core, it s a highly realistic, engaging and original post apocalypse story If you ve played the game, this adds a littlecontext, and you ll probably have a deeper understanding of some of the references, but I really don t think it s necessary The only frustrating aspect is that you don t really get an ending If you haven t played the game, this will probably feel like the first in a trilogy It s got that embellished beginning storyline, with the ending feeling like that s the point at which it s all going to kick off But alas, this is a standalone Not being party to the Dark Zone in the game, which is where the end of the book points you, I have no idea what the outcome is of April s story either This vexes me because it feels a little bit like it s pushing you to spend evenmoney than you already have, and when you don t have much of a gaming budget, like me, it can leave you feeling frustrated and unfulfilled I may never know what happens without resorting to Youtube, and where s the fun in that Anyway, that s why this has got four stars, not five A book without a resolution and with a bid to dragmoney you don t have out of you can t get five stars in my book of principles In terms of production and intelligence and authenticity and the exercise for your own brain, this is a five star book Whether you ve played The Division or not, if you like apocalypses, conspiracies and you want to learn a bit about surviving in an urban environment, put this on your reading list.Now I m off to prep my go bag I ve been getting back into The Division over the last couple months mainly because of how disappointing Destiny 2 was , and I figured this was the perfect time to dive into the backstory with the announcement of The Division 2 This was a cool concept for a book, a survival guide that had a bunch of notes from a person surviving through the catastrophe that is the backdrop for the game It was definitely enjoyable, and I wish I had read it when the game first came out and I wasinto it T I ve been getting back into The Division over the last couple months mainly because of how disappointing Destiny 2 was , and I figured this was the perfect time to dive into the backstory with the announcement of The Division 2 This was a cool concept for a book, a survival guide that had a bunch of notes from a person surviving through the catastrophe that is the backdrop for the game It was definitely enjoyable, and I wish I had read it when the game first came out and I wasinto it The only thing I didn t like the tiniest of complaints really was that it was slightly annoying to have to constantly turn the book on its side or upside down to read the notes in the margins Though I liked it, and it definitely helped me appreciate the story in The Division muchas well as hyping up TD2