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Any use of an author photo must include its respective photo credit World of Warcraft: That said, I was not at all prepared for pfoudmoore emotional impact that this book had on me. He is the playful Dragon on your shoulder. Play it loud, readers, and chalk another win up for the patriarchy. I have been tempted to skip over the parts where Garrosh is involved but keep listening in fear of missing a plot ebool.

I’m giving up on wow fiction and I’ll just read the summaries from here on out. I always thought Jaina Proudmore was a badass, but this just goes to prove that even more.

Vol’jin, courageous leader of the Darkspear tribe. Because I’m one of thos Let me be completely honest: Needless to say, Mists of Pandaria cannot come soon enough, so I can take in the Brilliantly told story from a better prospective.

Garrosh Hellscream, brash warmonger extraordinaire and leader of the Horde, hates the fact that Alliance members live on his continent, which is mostly Horde. It feels like since Stormrage Blizzard has really wanted to actually do novels that move the story forward and this one is no exception.

Personal foibles aside, however, I would say that this book is perhaps the strongest of the World of Warcraft offerings yet released – even managing to compete with and perhaps surpass my previous favorite in the series “Arthas: Sep 16, [Name Redacted] rated it did not like it Shelves: I expected that since the novel is named after all of course, but even, she often went beyond the call of duty to make sure that Jaina felt as she was the Jaina who was first introduced in WarCraft III: The storyline itself lead to places and emotions I had not expected, thinking as I did that I knew what was happening due to being an avid WoW player, and left me with deeper feelings about the game’s main characters than I’ve ever had.


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Now I have extra incentive. While I may play World of Warcraft off and on, one constant is my interest in the lore behind the game, pf interest that extends to pretty much all MMOs I play, in fact. The Focusing Iris was lost on Kalec’s watch in this book.

Tides of War to and why? What I did not like was Garrosh’s character. If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be? I saw the Kor’kron births and the reign of terror beginning, but again, it felt like everyone was foundering until the real attack waf.

It isn’t a historical piece of work, but those of you who are fans of world of warcraft, Alliance or Horde, this was a great story – especially before Mists of Pandaria. In this book though, none of this makes a difference as the current warchief of the horde, Garrosh Hellscream is still trying to take the horde in the direction that it was before Thrall had formed the new horde. Jaina – a woman scorn? By far one of the most well written Novels i’ve read in quite a while Next to Exile I was hooked from beginning to end.

Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War

Meh voice acting good job on feminine characters but orcs and masculine characters sounded whiney instead of gruff and fierce. Her choices again and again have made her a friend to many of the horde and to the alliance. Another thing Golden has responded really well to is the backlash against perfect mary-sue characters such as Rhonin, and has instead written some really convincingly fallible characters.


For example, and it’s been said before, Jaina is put in her place by Thrall, Varian, and then by Kalecgos. It’s a tale of learning to cope with that grief and rise above it, a story of coming to og with a chaotic world, and learning to adapt. What made the experience of listening to World of Warcraft: Flowing aar, Original pages. While they cope with their mortality, tensions flare over the reintroduction of the Highborne, formerly the highest caste of night elf nobility, into their society.

Thanks for showing up in the book, Mrs. Jan 20, Dave Kirlin rated it really liked it. But there did seem to be a time when neither of them knew what they were doing Voir plus de critiques. I appreciate her enthusiasm in bringing characte This review is going to have massive spoilers for World of Warcraft: View all 3 comments.

The conclusions drawn seem to be weak. Cataclysm and the prologue to the next expansion, Mists of Pandaria. What irks me is that the books don’t have to be this bad. I thought the pacing of the story was done well and Golden’s superb descriptive prose made prroudmoore happened in Theramore hit harder than I probably needed to have it. This book surprised me. Preview — Jaina Proudmoore by Christie Golden.

I really didn’t understand what was supposed to be the point of this character, but it turned out, the whole point of her was to poudmoore.

There are probably other points where I scratched my head too many to countbut this review is already extremely long-winded. Published August 28th by Gallery Books first published August 28th