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Mass Effect Andromeda: Initiation is a novel written by N.K. Jemisin and Mac Walters, published by Titan Books. Released on November 28, 2017, it is the second of the planned novels set in the Mass Effect: Andromeda universe.

The novel is also available in audiobook form. It is narrated by Fryda Wolff, the voice of female Pathfinder Ryder and Sara Ryder.[1]

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The official prequel to the hit video game Mass Effect: Andromeda. Lieutenant Cora Harper joins the Andromeda Initiative, a mission to send a fleet of colonization arks to the Andromeda Galaxy, each carrying a different council race. When key data is stolen by unknown parties, Alec Ryder personally recruits Harper to retrieve it before it can be used against the Initiative. If she fails, the Andromeda mission may be crippled before it begins. Harper is a human who has trained with the asari squad known as Talein's Daughters, under the direction of Nisira T'Kosh herself. Yet her training may not be enough when she discovers that she can trust no one-perhaps not even Ryder himself.[2]

Story Edit

See the Storyline for plot details.

Trivia Edit

  • An anti-Andromeda Initiative stinger run by Khalisah al-Jilani supposedly airs on a Sunday, December 27, 2184. The date in question is actually a Monday.
  • Ryder misremembers Quiet Eddy's location as Kepler Verge instead of the Hades Nexus.
  • Fehl Prime's disappearance becomes known to the general public through news reports dated December 29, 2184, although Mass Effect: Paragon Lost depicts the surrounding events as happening at least two years after Commander Shepard's disappearance in 2183.

References Edit

  1. Mass Effect: Initiation Audiobook – Unabridged
  2. Waterstones entry