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10-19-2010 @ 10:13AM
I posted this to the queue earlier, but this may be a better place (and reach a lot of book readers who might know the answer) for this question:Is there a definitive list as to the order in which someone should read the books? I picked up a good number of both the warcraft and world of warcraft novels from different places, and I'm going to be getting this one as well as whichever ones I'm missing, but I'm not quite sure where to begin.. and whether or not to read all the warcrafts first and then the world of warcrafts, or where the 2 might kind of have some logical order inter-dispersed. Thanks for any help. :)
10-21-2010 @ 9:56AM
I really don't think you need to read the books in any particular order. Some of them are single books like Arthas, Day of the Dragon, and others are multi-parters like War of the Ancients. Given that you don't experience WOW's history in a linear manner. Sometimes your character will find thing in a non-linear order and there is all that time travel.The separate chapters pretty much stand on their own, so I'm going to go out on a limb and say it makes no difference what order you read them in.
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