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10-08-2011 @ 4:13PM
DIFFERENT ANSWER: I feel that the writing for WoW has one issue that other novels don't have. The 'reading level' if you will, is lower. It's more a Harry Potter level than for example a song of fire and ice. I think it has to be that way so it appeals to all the ages of wow players.Mind you, I really enjoy the wow novels (esp war of ancients and christie's work). But by being limited to its audience, it can't be compared as easily.A notable exception to this is the Guardian of Tirisfal book. The author (aaron Rosenbloom?) used words even I didn't know and had to look up. Thats unusual.I'd like to take this opportunity to recommend two amazing first-in-a-series booksSplit Infinity and On a Pale Horse - both by Piers Anthony.
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