The book was amazing, I've read the illidan and the trial of garish book and while good neither had engulfed me with the story. Loved it and now my only worry is that there isn't enough Warcraft books left for me to read.
The story was interesting but what really gets you is how captivating the narrator is. He really brings you into the story.
I ran through this book in 3 days, which is the fastest I've ever listen to an audio book. I went out of my way to listen to it. Scott's delivery on the Wargen was spot on.
This book was sold as a story about Varian's relationship with Genn and the worgen race. That is not what this book is. It is instead a lot of not particularly interesting or surprising Night Elf lore and some minor Alliance politics during the months immediately following the Cataclysm. If you really like Night Elves and the Alliance leaders in general, you will probably like this. But Wolfheart is not a story about Varian, Genn, or the worgen race.
This guy is amazing. He's award-winning for a reason.
Scott Brick's reading was far and away the best part and the only thing that kept me holding out for what was promised for over five and a half hours.
I liked this story, but everytime the narrator voiced a worgen in lupine form, he had to snarl with literally every sentence they spoke. Annoying, but the rest of his dialogue was great.
If you are a Warcraft need like myself you'll find this as a nice read. It's also great that the Alliance finally gets a leader worth hearing about. One of my favorite Warcraft books.