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6-16-2009 @ 1:14PM
Awww... Does Richard have to write the next book? His writing is so boring to read. Everything drags on. I find with Christie that she somehow is able make potentially boring part interesting. I wanted to finish Arthas to see new lore I could learn. In War of the Ancients I wanted to finish it so that A) get more interesting (which it thankfully did) and B) to just finish the damn thing.I wants more Chirstie Golden QQ
6-16-2009 @ 1:38PM
Considering that the Knaak books sell well, there's enough folks who disagree to keep Blizzard hiring him for more.
6-16-2009 @ 1:56PM
My response to reading that was something similar. Out of recent book releases, Arthas is so much better then Night of the Dragon that it's simply mind boggling how Blizzard lets Knaack near their stuff.Then again I had to read Night of the Dragon to learn that, so I guess I'm part of the problem. Ugh, that one is just awful.
6-16-2009 @ 9:42PM
Knaak's garbage reads like the fanfic I wrote when I was 14. "Orbs", really?As for the comment about his books selling well enough, see also: pretty much every Forgotten Realms book ever written. All you have to do is slap the right logo on it and the fanboys will eat it up, regardless of quality.It's a damn shame because Golden writes circles around him. I spent the entirety of Arthas pissed off that Haack was the one that got to write the War of the Ancients. Golden did what WC3 and WotLK both failed to do, which was make me actually give a crap about Arthas. I want her to write an Illidan or Kael book so bad I can taste it but it'll never happen.
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