4.0 out of 5 stars
Knaakageddon, 6 Sept. 2012
I have read all of Richard Knaak's previous Warcraft titles, and this one is the best. Building upon the already established characters he has written for several books, especially in Stormrage, we get to see the fruition of several long awaited plotlines. A few welcome returns from old characters, and full of references to the game, Wolfheart is a fun book to read. Splitting the focus between several characters (King Varian, Malfurion, Genn Greymane and an Orc Captain to name a few) keeps the book flowing nicely, and it doesn't feel to stagnate at any point. Culminating in an impressive battle that will be remembered by Warcraft fans for years to come, it stands out as Knaak's best novel in the World of Warcraft.