Prince of Persia

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Paw Prints, Dec 24, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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BEYOND THE LEGENDARY GAME – THE LEGEND ITSELF



 



At the heart of the best-selling video game, there is a story . . . and a man. 



 



In this graphic novel adventure based on Jordan Mechner’s classic, multi-million-copy-selling Prince of Persia video games, two princes, in different centuries of historic Persia,  despair over the corruption gnawing at the heart of their worlds and their way of life.  When everything they believe in begins to fade and decay, they find that only they can stand against the twilight of their eras. 



 



Created by Jordan Mechner, the Prince of Persia graphic novel is beautifully written by award-winning poet A.B. Sina and opulently illustrated by LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvilland. 

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Review: Prince of Persia

User Review  - Sandeep Mathias - Goodreads

I am a fan of the classic DOS game, but this book did not live up to the expectations that I had for it. The book could have been better, by focussing on a single thread, rather than two threads separated by some centuries. Read full review

Review: Prince of Persia

User Review  - Goodreads

I am a fan of the classic DOS game, but this book did not live up to the expectations that I had for it. The book could have been better, by focussing on a single thread, rather than two threads separated by some centuries. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Jordan Mechner’s videogames, including Prince of Persia, Karateka, and The Last Express, have received worldwide acclaim.  Over 10 million Prince of Persia games have been sold around the world.





A.B. Sina has written for film, magazines, and journals in North America and around the world. Born in Iran, he now lives in Montreal. LeUyen Pham is an acclaimed illustrator who has worked on numerous award-winning books for children, including Big Sister, Little Sister. She began her career at Dreamworks Feature Animation. LeUyen and her husband, Alex Puvilland, worked together to create the art for this book.

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