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Thrall - Humble but badass,
This review is from: Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects (World of Warcraft (Gallery Books)) (Hardcover)
Having read every single Warcraft Novel so far I was really looking forwatrd to my next piece of wow lore... it didn't disappoint. Great to read about Thrall again and the way his life has shaped him so far. There are some interesting little twists and turns I didnt fully expect, and a rare moment of tragedy for anyone who loves their lore characters. Lots of fun with the Aspects showing different unseen sides to their personalities. Tales of Sacrifice in the most honourable way that dragons do. Carries on really well from her last book "The Shattering".
Overall a fabulous extension to the lorefest of the Warcraft universe. Thank you to Christie Golden - keep on writing for Blizzard!
Shando, Stormrage EU ;-)
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Initial post: 29 Aug 2011 18:02:34 BDT
G. lester says:
sounds awesome what books do i need to read before this one? ive read thrall, thanks
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Sep 2012 11:20:23 BDT
John Roberts says:
From what I remember, Thrall just tells the story of Thrall (formally Go'El in Warcraft 3). If anything, you just need to take a few minutes to have a look at W3's story, as the Shattering just explains Cataclysm and the events leading up to it. This is his sort of biography, and not serial in anyway ^^
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