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In the mist-shrouded haze of the past, the world of Azeroth teemed with wondrous creatures of every kind. Mysterious Elves and hardy Dwarves walked among tribes of man in relative peace and harmony -- until the arrival of the demonic army known as Burning Legion shattered the world's tranquility forever. Now Orcs, Dragons, Goblins, and Trolls all vie for supremacy over theIn the mist-shrouded haze of the past, the world of Azeroth teemed with wondrous creatures of every kind. Mysterious Elves and hardy Dwarves walked among tribes of man in relative peace and harmony -- until the arrival of the demonic army known as Burning Legion shattered the world's tranquility forever. Now Orcs, Dragons, Goblins, and Trolls all vie for supremacy over the scattered, warring kingdoms -- part of a grand, malevolent scheme that will determine the fate of the world of WarCraft A terrifying upheaval among the highest ranks of the world's Wizards sends the maverick Mage, Rhonin, on a perilous journey into the Orc-controlled lands of Khaz Modan. What Rhonin uncovers is a vast, far-reaching conspiracy, darker than anything he ever imagined -- a threat that will force him into a dangerous alliance with ancient creatures of air and re if the world of Azeroth is to see another dawn....

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Day of the Dragon Reviews

  • Markus
    2018-09-29 06:01

    The Second War has ended with a crushing defeat for the Horde, but Zuluhed and Nekros Skullcrusher keep the fight going by imprisoning Alexstrasza the Dragonqueen and forcing her to breed dragonlings to serve the Orc armies. Meanwhile the Eastern Kingdoms are shaken by the scheming of its kings and nobles, further developing the crisis...Back when this year began, I had no idea that I would start playing World of Warcraft, not to mention getting so immersed in this world that I would actually start reading the books. And yet here I am, reading them one by one.Day of the Dragon is a typical tie-in novel. Poorly written, but fairly entertaining. None of my favourite characters appeared and the story was not particularly fascinating, but I read this book to learn more about the lore of the world of Warcraft, and it helped with that.To close off, here’s a picture of Deathwing and Alexstrasza:

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2018-10-15 08:05

    Day of the Dragon (WarCraft, #1), Richard A. Knaakتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیستم ژانویه سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: روز اژدها - وارکرافت یک؛ نویسنده: ریچارد ا. ناک؛ مترجم: افشین اردشیری؛ ویراستار: آهو مدیحی؛ تهران، ویدا، 1394، در 380 ص؛ شابک: 9786002911445؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی - قرن 21 ماخطار: اگر این کتاب را هنوز نخوانده اید و میخواهید آن را بخوانید، لطفا چکیده ی داستان و ادامه ی این ریویو را نخوانید. داستان شاید افشا شود؛ چکیده ی داستان: به یاری مدالی پر شده از نیروی ماورایی، به نام: اهریمن روان؛ الکستراتزا، ملکه ی اژدهایان دنیای ازراث، در بند طایفه‌ ای از ارک‌ها ست. ارک ها فرزندان اژدهای ملکه را به ماشین‌های جنگی بدل کرده‌ اند، و آسمانها را در اختیار خویش گرفته اند. شورای جادوگران کیرین تور، به ترغیب کراسوس (جادوگر مرموز شورا)، رونین را به ماموریتی غیرممکن می‌فرستند، تا او ملکه را آزاد کند. شورا، باز هم به ترغیب کراسوس، به همراه رونین، الفی به نام: وریسا ویندرانر را نیز می‌فرستند، تا او را تا مرز قلمرو ارک‌ها راهنما باشد. از دیگر سو لرد پرستور، که گویا نجیب‌ زاده‌ ای است که مشاور ترناس، فرمانروای لردران شده، شاهان اتحاد لردران را به شورایی فرامی‌خواند، و در شورا همه را به نیروی جادو و هیپنوتیزم، وامی‌دارد، تا او را فرمانروای قلمروی آلترک قرار دهند. با وجود محرمانه بودن سفر رونین و وریسا، بسیاری از ماجرای سفر سر درمی‌آورند، از جمله گابلینها که اربابان خویش: پرستور و نکروس را از ماجرا آگاه می‌کنند. ارک‌های ساکن قلعه گریم باتول، الکستراتزا را به بند کشیده اند. در راه رفت، اژدهایی به رونین حمله می‌کند. رونین و وریسا می‌گریزند، و سه دورف شیردال سوار به یاری‌ آنها می‌آیند و هیولا را دور می‌کنند. سپس شوالیه های سیلور هند به آنها می‌رسند، و اگرچه دل خوشی از جادوگران ندارند، اما به احترام الف بانو، و اتحاد با لردران، ایشان را مهمان می‌کنند. شب هنگام رونین که وسایلش را از دست داده، برای ارتباط جادویی با کراسوس، به بالای باروی ارگ می‌رود، و جادویش را به کار میاندازد. اما در همان دم انفجار شدیدی بارو را ویران میکند، و رونین پیش از بیهوشی متوجه میشود، که چنگالی عظیم او را در هوا گرفتار کرده است. دانکن، فرمانده شوالیه ها، رونین را که ناپدید شده مقصر انفجار می‌داند، و گروهی را برای پیدا کردن او به راه میاندازد، که وریسا هم همراه آنهاست. روز نخست جستجو هنوز به پایان نرسیده، که بادی شدید شروع به وزش میکند، و رونین در میان اردوی دانکن ظاهر میشود. رونین چیزی به یاد ندارد. جز اینکه دستی که او را ربود، پنجه ی اژدهایی بود، و گویا او را برای نجات از آوار انفجار ربوده بود. اما این سخن آخر را در برابر دانکن به زبان نمی‌آورد. به یاری وریسا، دانکن او را درباره ی انفجار بی‌گناه می‌یابد، اما پافشاری میکند تا او را دور کند، و سوگند می‌خورد تا همراهان را به سلامت به کرانه ی دریا برساند. گروه به شهری در کرانه ی دریا می‌رسند، و آنجا را نیمه‌ ویران می‌بینند. ارک‌ها سوار بر دو اژدها به آنجا حمله کرده‌ اند، و تقریباً همه چیز را از جمله تمام کشتی‌ها را از بین برده‌ اند. وریسا، فالستاد، فرمانده دورف‌های شیردال سوار را ترغیب می‌کند، که رونین را با خود به مرز گریم‌باتول برسانند. فالستاد نهایتاً می‌پذیرد، اما وریسا و دانکن هم همراه با رونین می‌روند. در این میان کراسوس، که درمی‌یابیم همان کوریالستراتز، اژدهای سرخ، و همسر ملکه ی اژدهایان است، متوجه می‌شود که پرستور، همان مرگ‌بال نابودگر، اژدهای سیاه دیوانه، و پنجمین اژدها از میان فرمانروایان فرقه های اژدها ها هست، که قصد دارد دنیایی جدید بیافریند، و دیگر آفریدگان را نیز نابود کند. کوریالستراتز به سراغ اژدهایان بزرگ دیگر می‌رود، و با مالیگوس اژدهای جادو، نوزدورموی بی‌زمان، و ایسرا بانوی خواب و مرگ دیدار می‌کند، تا ایشان را وادارد، کاری کنند. او به یاد همه می‌آورد، که اهریمن روان در واقع قدرتهای خود اژدهایان را در خود دارد، و اگر به چنگ مرگ‌بال بیفتد، نابودی آنها، و به دنبالش نابودی جهان را در بر خواهد داشت. گروه رونین، در راه به دو اژدها برمی‌خورند، که نکروس به استقبالشان فرستاده است. در نبردی، دانکن قهرمانانه یکی از اژدهایان را می‌کشد، و خود نیز از زخم تبر ارکی که سوار اژدهاست، می‌میرد. نبرد به نفع ارک ها در جریان است، که ناگهان مرگ‌بال به کمک می‌آید، و اژدهای دیگر را به شدت زخمی، و رونین را می‌رباید و با خود می‌برد. سپس در روی زمین او به شکل پرستور درمی‌آید، و به رونین می‌گوید: برای آزادی الکستراتزا کمکش خواهد کرد، به شرطی که فرمانبردار باشد. گردن‌بندی از سنگی سیاه، که از وجود خود اوست به رونین می‌دهد، تا با او در ارتباط باشد. سپس ماشین پرنده ی گابلین‌ها از راه می‌رسد، و به فرمان پرستور، رونین را به سمت گریم‌ باتول می‌برد. از آن سو وریسا و فالستاد هم به دنبال رونین می‌روند، و وریسا که حسی به رونین پیدا کرده، تا او را نیابد آرام نمی‌گیرد. او گمان میکند که برخلاف چیزی که ساحر به او گفته، ماموریت رونین چیزی بیش از پرس و جو و شناسایی است، و می‌داند که رونین در سرزمین ارک‌ها، بی توان جادو کاری از پیش نخواهد برد. الف و دورف، با حیله ی کریل، گابلین خدمتگذار نکروس و پرستور، به چنگ ترول‌ها می‌افتند. اما جوخه‌ ای از دورف‌های کوه نشین، و خویشاوندان فالستاد، به موقع به آنان می‌رسند، و با کشتن ترول‌ها، آن دو را آزاد می‌کنند. وریسا درمی‌یابد که: دورف‌ها فرمانبردار کراسوس جادوگر هستند. فرمانده دورف‌ها، سنگی همانند گردنبند رونین به آنها می‌دهد، و آن دو را به گریم باتول می‌رساند. رونین به گریم‌ باتول می‌رسد، و به چنگ نکروس اسیر می‌شود. نکروس پس از دیدن اژدهایان مرده‌ اش و رونین، گمان می‌برد که اتحاد، قصد حمله به گریم‌ باتول را دارد. دستور تخلیه ی گریم‌ باتول، و پیوستن به نیروهای جبهه ی شمال را می‌دهد. و این همان چیزی است، که کوریالستراتز و مرگ‌بال می‌خواهند. رونین را ارک‌ها اسیر غولی آتشین می‌گذارند، و وقتی وریسا و فالستاد به راهنمایی کریل به زور شمشیر، به او می‌رسند، نیمه‌ جان است. اما در بیرون از گریم باتول، مرگبال به انتظار ارک ها، و تخم های ملکه اژدها که آنها با خود حمل میکنند نشسته، غافل از اینکه اتحاد اژدهایان بزرگ، پس از ده هزار سال، دوباره علیه او تشکیل شده است: نوزدورمو، مالیگوس و ایسرا، برای نجات خواهر در بندشان به سرعت به طرف گریم باتول پرواز میکنند. ا. شربیانی

  • Leeanna
    2018-10-22 07:57

    World of Warcraft: Day of the Dragon, by Richard A. Knaak"Day of the Dragon" was the first book to be written in the Warcraft game universe. But while it is based on a game series, the book is practically a work of original fiction with hints of the story coming from the game. Knaak took the setting, characters, and events from the Warcraft universe and constructed them into an enjoyable, readable novel.Although it is helpful to have some familiarity with Warcraft, such knowledge is not needed to understand the background of the book. Knaak spends some time in the beginning setting up the scene for unfamiliar readers, and refreshing it for those who have played the real time strategy game. I believe that he is the one who took the dragons in Warcraft and really fleshed them out; he has a very good touch with the behemoths. Their splashes of egotism combined with unique personalities make them seem more powerful than the "regular" inhabitants of Azeroth; you can easily see them meddling in mundane affairs, thinking they are doing the right thing.The main story of "Day of the Dragon" consists of Rhonin, a mage, being sent on an observation mission into orc-held territory. He believes it is a chance to redeem himself for his previous adventure, one that went disastrously wrong. But his chance quickly turns into much more, as he is actually the pawn of two dragons who are each attempting to guide him into fulfilling their own devious plans.Novels based on games can be very, very weak - usually only enjoyed by hardcore fans. But "Day of the Dragon," while set in the Warcraft universe, is much more than simple tie-in fiction. Knaak pens a memorable book, one that kept me reading long past my bedtime, as I kept reading "just one more page" to see what would happen next. The plot is ace, the characters are people you want to know more about and you want to see them succeed, and the writing is solid.If you liked this book, check his "War of the Ancients" trilogy, which continues the story of Rhonin and the dragons.4/5.

  • Stan
    2018-10-09 09:10

    I read this one because my stepbrother loaned it to me with his recommendation (albeit a mild one). I read the whole thing, just because, and remembered what it was like to read books aimed at teenage male gamers. I used to read plenty of those, back in the day. I didn't like all that many of them then, either, but I read them anyway, because I wanted to know the lore. "Day of the Dragon" was good enough to not just stop reading part way through. That said, if the book is at all a commentary on the target audience, it's not a very flattering one.For one, the characters were fairly flat. They spoke with some differences, but the way they thought didn't appear to be very deep. In fact, with some exception to the male lead, most of the male characters bent over backwards just to do whatever they could to be with/appease the very attractive elven female. Fortunately, Knaak doesn't quite rub the readers' faces in just how beautiful she is, the way I've seen some authors, so I appreciated that.The prose was good enough, but I had to blush to realise that I'VE used so many of the little "tension-building gimmicks" that Knaak uses, namely trying to insert dramatic pauses into the narration. Stuff like, "The sword came rushing at him----only to be deflected at the last moment by a spell."That's not a direct quote (I'm not trying to insert spoilers), but I think it's a good enough illustration. Either way, I suppose it works well enough for the target audience. My problem was that gimmicks like that appear rather frequently through the entire book.All in all, it was just standard, male teen gamer fare. Simplistic plot, contrived action thrown in seemingly for the sake of it, a mild romance (thankfully, Knaak kept it very clean), complete with the obligatory "hot chick," and everything works out for the good guys (usually at the last, possible moment) no matter how bad things get.There's really not much else to say, so I'll stop there.

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    2018-10-07 07:08

    Wow, shocker, a Warcraft book by Richard A. Knaak that got more than a one star rating from me. Seriously, I'm floored. Like, really. After suffering through his last couple WoW novels Wolfheart and Stormrage, I was starting to think I might just be a glutton for punishment when I picked up Day of the Dragon, but to my surprise, it wasn't that bad at all.Granted, that might not mean much since I'm using my special video game tie-in novel scale to rate and review this book, so take my praise with a grain of salt. Still, speaking as someone who'd pretty much given up on Knaak, I couldn't believe how much I actually enjoyed this! And that's despite his extremely annoying obsession with always referring to his characters by their hair color/profession/relationship to another character/anything else other than using that character's damn name like a normal person. Honestly, if I had to read something along the lines of "flame-tressed wizard" one more time, I was going to /facedesk myself into a coma.Krasus and Rhonin are far from being my favorite characters, but it was nice to finally read the book that introduced them. I was also hoping to see more of how the romance first blossomed between Rhonin and his beloved wife Vereesa Windrunner, but apart from touching upon the attraction they felt for each other, they didn't really "get close" until the very end and it was practically a footnote. I think that was my biggest disappointment, whereas everything else in the story was pretty much par for the course because I was already familiar with that part of Warcraft history.Anyway, I think I read somewhere that this was the first ever Warcraft novel, though somehow the writing in it seemed far better than some of Knaak's newer stuff. Its publication date as well as its place in the lore of the game world is what mostly drove me to pick this one up, and even now I'm still slightly amazed that I don't regret it.

  • Jacklyn
    2018-09-28 05:16

    This is the first Warcraft book I've read. I was completely skeptical about how these books were going to read. I figured they were going to be dull or cliched at best. I was horribly wrong. After I read this book, i was hooked. I NEEDED to know more about Warcraft lore. I played the game for 3 years without having any background intelligence (I don't pay attention to in-game stories. I'm too impatient). These books actually make the gameplay way more interesting. I had actually cancelled my sub to World of Warcraft last year after getting bored, and upon starting this book, i resubbed as soon as possible. I should've started the series a long time ago.

  • Vedran Karlić
    2018-10-03 10:23

    There are two ways to look at this book. Just as a book, with their own characters and plot. If you do it like that, you are probably looking at 2 or 3 stars book. Characters are not very deep, the plot is not that good...But, if you look at this as part of WarCraft series, then you have bit more. You already know characters, you know some back story. And you can imagine the world. And you have a bit better book. I would say 3 to 4 star, I'll go with 4 as it was fun to read about dragons.

  • Hugo Saraiva
    2018-10-12 07:13

    It's a great book, first of the Warcraft Books, or fantasy book for that mater, that I've ever read. Tells a story of a Mage who basically messed up on his last major quest, where everyone who went with him were distroyed in battle. Then he was then sent with another on a new quest. This new journey he is one will clear his name, if he is victorious. That is to say even if he lives through the journey to even get to where he needs to go to complete his quest.

  • Cole
    2018-10-05 10:20

    Not bad. Steeped in World of Warcraft lore....Deathwing, the Aspects, the Kirin Tor, Lordaeron

  • Stan Crowe
    2018-10-04 05:54

    I read this one because my stepbrother loaned it to me with his recommendation (albeit a mild one). I read the whole thing, just because, and remembered what it was like to read books aimed at teenage male gamers. I used to read plenty of those, back in the day. I didn't like all that many of them then, either, but I read them anyway, because I wanted to know the lore."Day of the Dragon" was good enough to not just stop reading part way through. That said, if the book is at all a commentary on the target audience, it's not a very flattering one.For one, the characters were fairly flat. They spoke with some differences, but the way they thought didn't appear to be very deep. In fact, with some exception to the male lead, most of the male characters bent over backwards just to do whatever they could to be with/appease the very attractive elven female. Fortunately, Knaak doesn't quite rub the readers' faces in just how beautiful she is, the way I've seen some authors, so I appreciated that.The prose was good enough, but I had to blush to realise that I'VE used so many of the little "tension-building gimmicks" that Knaak uses, namely trying to insert dramatic pauses into the narration. Stuff like, "The sword came rushing at him----only to be deflected at the last moment by a spell."That's not a direct quote (I'm not trying to insert spoilers), but I think it's a good enough illustration. Either way, I suppose it works well enough for the target audience. My problem was that gimmicks like that appear rather frequently through the entire book.All in all, it was just standard, male teen gamer fare. Simplistic plot, contrived action thrown in seemingly for the sake of it, a mild romance (thankfully, Knaak kept it very clean), complete with the obligatory "hot chick," and everything works out for the good guys (usually at the last, possible moment) no matter how bad things get.There's really not much else to say, so I'll stop there.

  • Jenelle
    2018-09-28 04:23

    So, we start the book with Rhonin. He is a wizard that has a bad reputation. He went on a mission and because of the spell he used, everyone died. The mission was a success, but alot of people died. He has a new mentor, and this mentor sends him on a mission. Recon. He is to find out how he can rescue the red dragon queen, who is being held captive by the orcs, who work for the Horde, who are the bad guys. They captured her and have been using her to breed dragons that the Horde use. The Alliance has no defense really against these dragons. Its a suicide mission in itself. But he has to keep it to himself. He cant tell anyone. He meets up with an elf who is to help him find his way to Khaz Modan where he is to accomplish is mission. Along the way they run into Knights who distrust him. Dwarves who mistrust him. Wizards, apparently, are not well regarded. Rhonin is driven to complete his quest and return triumphant and raise his reputation among the other wizards. But they run into trouble when a dragon attack their party. They are saved by dwarves riding griffins, who are much faster than the dragons even if they are much smaller. The dwarves then give them a ride to a settlement that has been decimated by dragons. Rhonin encounters Deathwing and is being controlled somewhat by him. Deathwing, who everyone thought was dead, has his own plans of world domination. Everyone, it seems, has plans for world domination in this book though. In human guise, he has enthralled the King and head of the Alliance and is able to have himself placed as king of another land which has been leaderless and under martial law. I absolutely loved this book. But I love dragons and it had dragons so that was awesome. Anyways, even just as a fantasy book I thought it was a good story, so maybe give it a try... and if you decide to play Warcraft, come find me! Have a great day!

  • Han
    2018-09-29 11:07

    This book is definitely the kind of book for me. First of all, World Of Warcraft is a game that I have played before and little content covered in the book is within the game, that makes me feel more interested in these kind of books. This whole book is about how a human mage named Rhonin takes a risky journey into the last remaining orc-controlled land in the order of Krakus who truly is a red dragon. Human is part of Alliance and Orc is part of Horde, Horde and Alliance has been fighting since when they were created. The main point of Krakus is to free his queen in order to gain back control over the land.Warcraft: Day of the Dragon is a fictional book that includes magic, warfare and heroism based on the game world of warcraft designed by Blizzard entertainment. This book includes vivid description of scenario and characters, more importantly it is unpredictable. Which is the best part because there is so much plot twists that holds on to your attention and keeps you turning the page in order to know what is going to happen. The plot twists could be a little confusing but behind it, it can be still linked together and logical. This is a great book I recommend to everyone that is interested in this kind of fictional book.

  • Jace Yahohanan Sese Cuneta
    2018-09-27 11:59

    My complete review is on my blog: https://snoworld.one/lit/warcraft-day...Richard A. Knaak brought his expertise in dragon and fantasy story-telling from DragonLance, and he surpassed his DragonLance works with this one, which further added to the whole magic. He was able to put into words and add more detail to what you and I have seen in the game, details that only a person who is literally standing in that world can see. He was able to capture my imagination and materialize this world, a world that I have known and yet it is not; and feel what these characters felt and relate to them.You can read the rest of my review on my blog: https://snoworld.one/lit/warcraft-day...Thank you.First read: 2009-09-17First finished: 2009-09-17

  • DylanWong S1
    2018-09-29 04:04

    This book is very amazing. It is very exiting. The mage Rhonin was sent by the counsel of elders to save the Dragonqueen from the clutches of Dragonmawclan.(All by himself!!!) This took place in 100B.C when it still had Dragons but the very last know female(able to breed) Dragon was known as the Dragonqueen! They hope it will breed another female dragon. the Dragonmaw clan kidnaping the dragonqueen not only escaping(holing the Dragonqueen) the elders but also the silverhand alliance! Rhonin, desperate to get the Dragonqueen back risks his live to save it. With only one partner, he tries to save the Dragonqueen from more than a thousand man's clutches!

  • Esma Tezgi
    2018-09-29 12:17

    3.5Warcraft oynamadım, sanırım filmi de var onu da izlemedim ama fantastik kitaplardan ve ejderhalardan hoşlandığım için kitabı okudum. Elfler, büyücüler, ejderhalar.. bir çok farklı ırkı bir arada toplayan bir evrende geçen bir kitap. Kolay okunan güzel bir kitap, sayfalar ilerledikçe kitap güzelleşti. Genel olarak fantastik kurgunun bir çok klişesini içinde barındırsa da ortaya hoş bir kitap çıkmış, devam kitapları Türkiye'de çıkacak mı bilmiyorum ama çıkarsa okurum. Fantastik kurgu sevenlerin zevk alacağı bir kitap.

  • Deeptanshu
    2018-10-20 05:19

    This was the first book I have read that was written by Ricahrd Knaak but I had heard some very good things about him. I am happy to say that I as not disappointed, though the book starts of a bit slow, it really begins to grab you around halfway through. The characters are interesting but the true standouts are the Dragons. Unique and mesmerizing each was a delight to read about and left me wanting more.

  • Katie
    2018-09-21 10:58

    This was a lot better than I thought it would be. The writing is good and the characterization was way more than I was expecting from a book based on Warcraft. I was just looking to start reading all the lore books and started with this one, and I'm glad I did. From what I've read, I'm glad that I chose to start with this book and not the War of the Ancients trilogy.

  • Lynda
    2018-10-16 10:16

    My first Warcraft read. Currently playing WoW and am very intrigued by the dragon lore, so this was a natural first choice. It was a good read for sure, and while I was familiar with the characters because of the game, you certainly don't have to be. The lore surrounding the Aspects is pretty cool and this is a good insight to one of them.

  • David
    2018-10-02 06:57

    Just finished this book--amazing! The fact it ties in so well with the Warcraft universe was a plus. Rhonin and Krasus are both badasses--and the foreshadowing of Rhonin bumping uglies with Vereesa was quite obvious. I don't want to give too much away, so that is all. Must read for Warcraft lore folk.

  • Eric Peusa
    2018-09-26 10:08

    In the world of Warcraft, where Orcs are still ravaging the lands due to their blood-lust, a rogue mage Rhonin is sent, by his superiors, to redeem himself into the orc infested lands. Aside from the orcs, there are dragons and many more adventures that he will face. This is a book for those who love Warcraft and love fantasy.

  • Tatiana
    2018-10-17 11:21

    I loved this book with all its rich descriptions and characters that had such an authentic feeling to them. Its true that I love the games upon which the book is based, and I am still a World of Warcraft player, but even if I weren't, upon reading this novel, I would have become one.

  • Ahmad
    2018-10-13 07:14

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book, once again the horde (pre-horde) are being dishonest and achieve power by ill means ... "yeah let's capture the dragon queen" ... what absolute moronic idiots, I seriously question anyone that's proud of the horde history

  • Billy Davis
    2018-10-03 06:22

    I debated giving this book four stars, even though some parts of the story rubbed me the wrong way. But I gave it five starts because that was the intent of the writer, not some bad writting habit. If you like Dragons and wzirads or know anything about the warcraft games, this is a good read.

  • Aik Koh
    2018-10-01 11:55

    My first warcraft novel. Rented it just to try it out, end up owning a copy and re-reading it all over again. Story is simple and yet so wonderful, especially when it comes down to the mid of the action.

  • Daley
    2018-10-08 08:12

    I absolutely loved it.This was my first Warcraft book and I recommend it to first time Warcraft readers.Rhonin was remarkable and I loved reading about the Aspects. I couldn't stop until I was done with it.

  • Arsenovic Nikola
    2018-09-28 10:57

    poceo sam da citam ali moram da prekinem. Mozda bi mi ova knjiga bila zanimljiva da je prva koju citam u zivotu. Lose

  • Daniel ross
    2018-10-11 06:08

    after you read this one, which is pretty good, theres a whole trilogy with these charecters

  • Kelly
    2018-10-22 04:03

    Love it.

  • Anthony Ljucovic
    2018-10-20 07:01

    First installment of the series, absolutely loved it!

  • Mark
    2018-10-06 08:13

    A must read for Fantasy and Warcraft fans.