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4.0 out of 5 stars The truth revealed
Kalec, Tyri and Jorad chase Dar'khan to the decaying ruins of Quel'thalas in an attempt to rescue the captured Anveena. Dar'khan plans to recreate and absorb the power of the lost Sunwell but the former guardians of the source of pure magic have their own score to settle with the traitorous mage. Meanwhile, the mysterious Borel finally takes action and the truth about...
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1.0 out of 5 stars SUNWELL TRILOGY - ALL 3 BOOKS
Beware these books are not just illustrated, as described. THEY ARE COMIC STRIP BOOKS.
I was most dissapointed to receive these, as nowhere does it state that they are COMIC STRIP BOOKS.
Whoever did the description needs to learn the difference between ILLUSTRATED and COMIC STRIP.
Consequently these are being returned.
Published on 5 Nov 2009 by Friends fan


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4.0 out of 5 stars The truth revealed, 23 Aug 2014
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T. R. Alexander (East Anglia, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Warcraft: v. 3 Ghostlands (Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy) (Paperback)
Kalec, Tyri and Jorad chase Dar'khan to the decaying ruins of Quel'thalas in an attempt to rescue the captured Anveena. Dar'khan plans to recreate and absorb the power of the lost Sunwell but the former guardians of the source of pure magic have their own score to settle with the traitorous mage. Meanwhile, the mysterious Borel finally takes action and the truth about Anveena is revealed.

The final part of the 'Sunwell Trilogy', 'Ghostlands' is probably the best of the three volumes. Although the story is still somewhat lacking and seems a little incomplete in places, it is still quite entertaining and includes some quite interesting information and some nice flashbacks. The artwork for the series remains great (the first double page spread of the devastated Quel'thalas is particularly good) and although the action could have been better choreographed, it is still well drawn. The book also includes an appearance from, as well as some backstory for, Sylvanus Windrunner Queen of the Forsaken, although I feel she was underused quite a bit.

The volume also includes a little information on the author and artist, as well as an excert from the Warcraft novel Rise of the Horde.

Overall while not great 'Ghostlands', and the 'Sunwell Trilogy' in general, have been reasonably entertaining and I would give both this volume and the trilogy as a whole around four stars.
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1.0 out of 5 stars SUNWELL TRILOGY - ALL 3 BOOKS, 5 Nov 2009
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This review is from: Warcraft: v. 3 Ghostlands (Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy) (Paperback)
Beware these books are not just illustrated, as described. THEY ARE COMIC STRIP BOOKS.
I was most dissapointed to receive these, as nowhere does it state that they are COMIC STRIP BOOKS.
Whoever did the description needs to learn the difference between ILLUSTRATED and COMIC STRIP.
Consequently these are being returned.
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