I’ve been a huge fan of her two novels about the Orc history – Rise of the Horde and Lord of the Clans (available in the Warcraft Archive), so I’m looking forward to getting to dig into this one. (I especially recommend Rise of the Horde for anyone looking to get a little background on Draenei lore, as it takes place mainly on Draenor and includes the sacking of Shattrath) The excerpts and other things I’ve heard have been promising, and getting a sneak peak into the “internal workings” of Arthas will be a lot of fun – especially since it’s before the Icecrown raid dungeon is available!
I’ll post more about it, hopefully with a full review, once I get a chance to sit down and read it – though admittedly that might be next week! Things are a little busy around “Chez Anna” of late!
(And while you’re over at Amazon, go ahead and vote for Ian Gibson’s Stuff of Legends in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards!)
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