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2-09-2011 @ 6:30PM
I just finished reading the trilogy. I don't hate Knaak's work, it not the best, but I dont hate it.
2-09-2011 @ 6:54PM
I rather enjoyed his characterization of Azshara; especially the moment where Mannoroth learns that there is more to her than meets the eye.
2-09-2011 @ 7:19PM
I've waited 5 weeks on the 3rd book in the series from a damn online bookstore, cuz amazon didn't have it :(I really want to finish the story!And I agree with you, I like Christie's books a lot better, but I still read Knaak's books for the lore :) I'm reading Stormrage now while waiting for The Sundering.
2-09-2011 @ 7:26PM
Azshara was a transformer?!?
2-09-2011 @ 9:38PM
I do wish he had gone on a little less about how she had an "exquisite figure" and a bit more about what this "exquisite figure" looked like. I mean, really, he used the quote "exquisite figure" even more than I am right now. Per chapter.I just wish he'd elaborated a little about the "exquisite figure" rather than just going on about how she had a figure that was, by the way, exquisite!!!
2-13-2011 @ 3:46PM
@Tri Feb 9th 2011 7:19PMTri, The second and third books are by far the best. I think I know why I don't appreciate Christie's books as much. I find the lore about the more exotic races of WoW to be way more fascinating! I only read one written by her so I would definitely like to read more (I own and read "Circle of Hatred", I would like to read more of her's but it seems that she focuses a lot on what I consider the boring races (i.e humans and orcs) whereas Knaak writes more about the night elves, blood elves, dragons etc. I may be wrong about that but even though many people have said that Golden's last book was outstanding (I totally have no doubts), I would be more inclined to get a book about elves before, I would consider reading one about the LK. In any result, I hope you get that last book soon, some really exciting stuff happens.
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