The New York Times best-selling author of The Shattering and Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects delivers a sensational tie-in to the newest World of Warcraft game expansion.
With more than 10 million monthly subscribers, the massively multiplayer online role playing game World of Warcraft has forever altered the pop culture landscape with its ongoing, ever-expanding, action-packed epic fantasy. Set in the world of Azeroth, this canonical expansion of this wildly popular gaming franchise boasts highly acclaimed novels that continue explore an incredible world which legions of fans enter and few want to leave.
What does it take to turn the peacekeeper into a warmonger? Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War gives World of Warcraft fans the opportunity to see what happens when a beloved peacekeeper is pressed to the limit by an inconceivable horror. Will it change her forever? Break her? Or redefine her role on Azeroth? Do different times call for different ethical standards?
©2012 Christie Golden (P)2012 Simon & Schuster Audio
While these books are completely optional for anyone playing World of Warcraft they provide some interesting insight into the motives of characters actions in game. Depth is provided and this serves the reader to further themselves in the World of Warcraft universe.
This was an awesome story and I thought the performance of the narrator was good, but I could not help but cringe every time she attempted to do a male voice and the when she also said the word "horde" in her "male" voice. However I thought the rest of her narrative to be very good. This book should not be missed by any Warcraft fan. Heck, even if you never played warcraft get into this lore because you won't regret it.
The story is good and exciting, this is a good warcraft book.
How ever the female voice actor was horrible at doing the voices of male characters, the horde characters especaly was laughably bad voice acted. every male character that was introduced i was 100% sure it was a female if they where not named during the first line. I belive the vol'jin voice was the worst. however i must also add that the voice actor was really good at the female characters.
The bad male voices really put me off early in the story. but once i got over how bad it was the story was really good and entertaining.
I really felt the emotions the author was trying to elicit in this book. It was very well written and the characters felt like themselves.
The performer was spot on with the female characters, although the males were a bit lacking.
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