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2-22-2009 @ 3:15PM
All the Warcraft novels I read ranged from readable though pretty bad (Day of the Dragon and war of the ancients) to horrible (Lord of the Clans). All in all, while learning the background of wow is nice, there are far far better fantasy novels out there.
2-22-2009 @ 3:28PM
Guess we have the opposite opinion of these books. I found "Lord of the Clans" and "Rise of the Horde" to be very entertaining, but things like "Day of the Dragon" to be so bad I could barely stand to finish them.I've never had much interest in Arthas or the whole Frozen Throne/undead stuff. I'm still looking forward to this book to see what Christie Golden can do with all this material.
/agreeEntertaining enough in a way, and great for fillnig in the lore gaps, but well written they ain't. Last Guardian wasn't too bad but Tides of Darkness made me want to gouge out my eyes wth a spoon it was that poorly written. Hopefully Arthas will be more like the former
2-22-2009 @ 4:21PM
I found Lord of the Clans to be the best, and Day of the Dragon to be pretty terrible. It's weird how that happens.
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