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9-14-2011 @ 1:27PM
Jeez, this is making me miss Alliance like you wouldn't believe. Totally picking up the audiobook, thanks Anne :)
9-14-2011 @ 9:20PM
For the first time, I'm LISTENING to a Warcraft novel. I've read all the novels, so I thought I'd try the audio book version of "Wolfheart." I'm so glad I did. It's wonderful!Tip: I got my audio book via Audible.com, and I got it FREE. You can get a free book, too, when you sign up for a free 30-day trial. You can even cancel the trial before it ends, never be charged for membership, and still keep the book. (I promise I don't work for Audible or receive any consideration. I just thought others, who may be cash-strapped like me, would like to know about how to get the book free.)
9-14-2011 @ 9:44PM
Wow, protip! Thanks man :D
9-14-2011 @ 11:52PM
Any chance someone could tell us the name of the audio narrator? I'm gonna get this audio version definitely (free is free, after all), but still curious.
9-15-2011 @ 3:21AM
It was mis-posted on audible's website as being Knaak, but the audio credits a Scott Brack (Brick? not completely clear). At any rate, he's got a better voice than the last one, even if he still mispronounces "Tyrande."
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