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11-13-2010 @ 8:28PM
Actually i think this is one of Knaaks good pieces of work.And by good i mean the only good piece.
11-13-2010 @ 11:43PM
I disagree (But I can understand where you are coming from). I read the War of the Ancients trilogy and loved it! I also loved the day of the dragon. So, reading this was a disappointment. The first half of the story just goes in circles. The second half was alright. (Night of the dragon was disappointing too)In my opinion - and please comment on this if you agree or disagree:HIS WRITING IS WAY TOO MELODRAMATIC.for example "so and so was so weak and tired, and couldn't possibly do an epic move - but lo - he did! and saved the day! then was beaten down to 1% . . .repeat 5 times."Good plots but his story telling is a bit too yo-yo for me.
11-14-2010 @ 7:54AM
He could be more melodramatic if he used a random sentence all in capital letters.
11-14-2010 @ 6:58PM
I'd say Day of the Dragon was Knaak's best Warcraft novel. The characterizations of Deathwing, Korialstrasz and even his fiery-haired avatar of GaryStuness were fairly well done, and there was a minimum of canon meddling compared to the WotA trilogy.It still pales compared to Rise of the Horde, but just comparing it to the other Knaak Warcraft books, I liked DotD best.
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