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Division Novel Available

When Tom Clancy’s The Division came out, people wanted to know what one of Tom Clancy’s books the game was based on. There was a lot of disappointment going around at the revelation that Tom Clancy had not actually written a book that the game was based off of, instead the game was based on settings that he had created, as well as real protocols for world-wide epidemics and so forth.

Now, however, there are Division books that can be purchased, such as Tom Clancy’s The Division: Broken Dawn by Alex Irvine. This novel is set months after the disaster and follows the story of Aurelio Diaz an agent that is on the hunt for one of his colleagues who abandoned his duty and caused the death of multiple civilians. Agent Diaz meets up with April Kelleher, a well-known figure from The Division that had an entire side story line linked with the collection of pages from a survival manual from various locations around New York in the first video game in the series.

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