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3-04-2010 @ 12:17PM
I typically read two or more books a week. For me the Warcraft novels along with most branded books just don't appeal to me. They seems to all be written with average skill from as many authors that will sign on to make as many novels as possible. Sometimes you will find a gem but not often. I have never read Knaak but did see a comparison to Robert Jordan who I have read. Many modern authors try to write like they are telling the reader what they see as opposed to describing the look and feel of a place. For the best example I can think of find a copy of "White Fang" by Jack London. Read the very first paragraph, in it he manages to describe the entire frozen north.
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