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World of Warcraft: Wolfheart

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

8 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Malfurion is my hero

I play the game and that is what started me reading all the books, since there were previous warcraft games I never played. Malfurion is in the War of the Ancients trilogy, but he really isn't a talked about much afterword. This explains it all, lots of detail about the...
I play the game and that is what started me reading all the books, since there were previous warcraft games I never played. Malfurion is in the War of the Ancients trilogy, but he really isn't a talked about much afterword. This explains it all, lots of detail about the power of druids, his relatiuonship, and hints upon the next chapter of the world of Azeroth a bit but not too much. Good book.

posted by RainyReader on March 17, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Terrible at best

Setting aside the Warcraft universe, Knaak's work is long, drawn out, bounces around, and doesn't hold the reader as well as other fantasy writers do. If you're a fan of the Warcraft Universe, be prepared for a huge disappointment. Knaak is known for turning heroes that...
Setting aside the Warcraft universe, Knaak's work is long, drawn out, bounces around, and doesn't hold the reader as well as other fantasy writers do. If you're a fan of the Warcraft Universe, be prepared for a huge disappointment. Knaak is known for turning heroes that already exist and downplays them so that Knaak's own characters outshine existing characters that are already crucial to the story. These suddenly created characters are so ridiculously powerful that it doesn't even make sense or flow with the rest of the Warcraft Universe. Stick with Christie Golden. At least she (as far as I know) plays the Warcraft games and is familiar with the characters and the story and builds upon what already exists with her own books.

posted by Jadjuka on August 8, 2011

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  • Posted August 8, 2011

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    Terrible at best

    Setting aside the Warcraft universe, Knaak's work is long, drawn out, bounces around, and doesn't hold the reader as well as other fantasy writers do. If you're a fan of the Warcraft Universe, be prepared for a huge disappointment. Knaak is known for turning heroes that already exist and downplays them so that Knaak's own characters outshine existing characters that are already crucial to the story. These suddenly created characters are so ridiculously powerful that it doesn't even make sense or flow with the rest of the Warcraft Universe. Stick with Christie Golden. At least she (as far as I know) plays the Warcraft games and is familiar with the characters and the story and builds upon what already exists with her own books.

    8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2011

    Couldn't Stomach Another Chapter

    As an avid fantasy reader, I've come to enjoy many well-written novels that have held me spell-bound from start to finish. This isn't one of them. "Stormrage" is a disappointing tale about strong characters who've become lost and clouded. Through the first half of the novel, almost every character is just as confused as the reader in the overall plot. Pace is sluggish at best with little need to resolve any tormenting moments, save for the torment of actually reading the book itself. Terrific shelf-warmer for a much better writer in the future. Remember to dust regularly; I know I won't pick this up again.

    1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2013

    TERRIBLE I WOULD GIVE IT 0 STARS BUT I CANT

    SEARCH UP MINECRAFT IF U WANT TO SEE AN EPIC GAME

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 17, 2011

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    Where's the wolf

    The whole story is set around the night elves and split between Darnassus and and Ashenvale. The book finally introduces Worgens. The named it wolf heart but that's miss leading since nothing happened to Varian until the end of the book!!! He popped his head in every now and then but that was fighting with the Greymane and dealing with Anduin. I was really looking forward to this book because Varian story is one of the most interesting and this book was a big disappointment!

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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