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3-04-2010 @ 8:05AM
No option for "only the ones by Christie Golden?"
3-04-2010 @ 8:33AM
This times a thousand. Going from Arthas to Night of the Dragon was almost physically painful. I really wish they would have had Golden do Stormrage. I can't justify spending money on another Knaak book.
3-04-2010 @ 8:39AM
Golden is doing the tie in book to the next expansion. Appropriately named Cataclysm. So you have that to look forward to.
3-04-2010 @ 8:41AM
Same. I don't really feel the poll was very well done...That being said I went with a very loud and despondent "Knaaaaak..."
3-04-2010 @ 10:21AM
Golden? Really? I've tried to read multiple of her works, and I just don't like her writing style. While Knaak may create "Mary Sue" Rhonin, at least his books have a good flow to them. Golden often jumps around and doesn't always make the book seem to fit within the context of the world as a whole. Now, I am coming at this from having read most of Golden's Star Wars novels...But I think the best author from the Warcraft lineup is De Candido. He wrote Tides of Darkness and Through the Dark Portal, which tell the story (from the Alliance side) of the events in Warcraft II. Great novels for anyone who wants the lore from the game without having to read and infer from the scenario openings and events during the levels.
3-04-2010 @ 11:12AM
@ DendallinI think by Through The Dark Portal you mean Beyond The Dark Portal, which was co-written by Rosenburg and Golden. But I also agree that Rosenburg's novels are great. =)
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