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7-12-2010 @ 1:57PM
Most of the time I can't say if I enjoyed the style of certain book or not. I seek the lore, and if its presented to me in abundance then im happy and satisfied. If, on the other hand, the author shows a completely idiotic course of events (Arthas:RoLK) while focusing his/HER attention in the most unimportant details (the f****ng pony) and writing the dialogs as if they were to be used in a venezuelan soap opera, COMPLETELY destroying a key character in the warcraft universe ( the girl had her farther killed, now you tell me she's hesitates with the thought of killing the LK?, ty, christie, gg ). Yet know that this rant is against the novel and not the author, she also wrote one of the greatest novels of the warcraft universe, Raise of the Horde, this book is beautiful, the amount of lore is just...amazing, when someone ask me what book should he read first, Rise of the Horde by Christie Golden is the answer. What books NOT to read first, Arthas:RoLK, due to the reasons stated above, and Night of the Dragon, the lack of useful lore in this book is outstanding, there is only 1 piece of usable information that is found in the last page, and seems like blizzard didn't like that for canon.
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