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Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountai Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountain stands as another ravaged landmark within the... WORLD OF WARCRAFT But now Krasus -- known to some as the red dragon Korialstrasz -- senses the malice of Grim Batol rising once more to threaten those he holds dear. Determined this time to confront this evil by himself, he is unaware of the quests that will draw others to Grim Batol and reveal the monstrous truth that could not only herald their deaths, but usher in a terrible new age of darkness and destruction.


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Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountai Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountain stands as another ravaged landmark within the... WORLD OF WARCRAFT But now Krasus -- known to some as the red dragon Korialstrasz -- senses the malice of Grim Batol rising once more to threaten those he holds dear. Determined this time to confront this evil by himself, he is unaware of the quests that will draw others to Grim Batol and reveal the monstrous truth that could not only herald their deaths, but usher in a terrible new age of darkness and destruction.

30 review for Night of the Dragon

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Night of the Dragon (World of Warcraft #5), Richard A. Knaak Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountain stands as another ravaged landmark within the... Such a wonderf Night of the Dragon (World of Warcraft #5), Richard A. Knaak Grim Batol: its dark legacy stretches back into the mists of Azeroth's past. But most know it as the site of a terrible tragedy -- where the vile orcs corrupted the hatchlings of the noble Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza, and used them as weapons of war. Though a band of heroes, led by the enigmatic mage, Krasus, defeated the orcs and freed the captive dragons, the cursed mountain stands as another ravaged landmark within the... Such a wonderful story... تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیست و چهارم ماه ژانویه سال 2016میلادی عنوان: شب اژدها؛ نویسنده: ریچارد اِ ناک؛ مترجم افشین اردشیری؛ ویراستار آهو مدیحی؛ تهران، ویدا، 1394؛ در 450ص، وارکرفت دوم در نسخه های فارسی؛ «ورلد آو وارکرفت پنج» در نسخه های اصلی؛ شابک 9786002911483؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی - سده 21م ریچارد ناک، این کتاب را در ادامه ی «روزاژدها» نوشتند، و نخستین بار در روز هجدهم ماه نوامبر سال 2008میلادی منتشر کردند، رخدادهایی است که به خشم «لیچ کینگ» منجر میشود؛ «گریم باتول» میراثی تاریک، از گذشته ازروت (ازراث) است، که بسیاری آنرا تراژدی وحشتناکی می‌دانند؛ اورک‌ها تخم‌های ملکه‌ ی باشکوه اژدهایان «الکسستراسزا» را، آلوده می‌کنند، و از آن‌ها به عنوان سلاحی برای نبرد، سود می‌برند؛ گروهی از قهرمانان، به رهبری جادوگری اسرارآمیز، به نام «کراسوس»، اورک‌ها را شکست داده، اژدهایان را، از اسارت نجات می‌دهند، کوهستان نفرین شده، به سرزمینی ویران تبدیل می‌شود...؛ اما «کراسوس»، که افراد کمی، او را در قواره ی اژدهای قرمزی‌، به نام «کوریالستراسز» می‌شناسند، «کوریا» باز هم احساس بدی نسبت به «گریم باتول» پیدا می‌کند؛ این‌بار خویشتن را، در برابر شرارت می‌یابد؛ از تلاش‌هایی که دیگران را، به سوی «گریم باتول» می‌کشد، بی‌خبر است، و جمال راستین هیولایی، که نه‌ تنها آن‌ها را به سوی مرگ می‌برد، بلکه او، درخششی از دوران وحشتناک تاریکی، و نابودی را نیز درمی‌یابد؛ و ...؛ نقل از متن: (... او می‌خواست نعره بکشد؛ اما نمی‌توانست؛ چون به هر حال در اینجا صدایی وجود نداشت؛ سکوت، او را دیوانه میکرد؛ لازم بود که آزاد باشد؛ باید راهی برای فرار می‌یافت؛ نوری سبزرنگ و کور کننده، او را فراگرفت؛ او جیغی کشید، و با دردی کشنده، از زندانش، به فراسو پرتاب شد؛ اما آن جیغ به نعره‌ ای قدرتمند، آمیخته با خشم ناب، تبدیل شد...؛؛ پایان نقل تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 27/12/1399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا. شربیانی

  2. 5 out of 5

    pixie13

    I went into this book prepared to be disappointed. Most books written as tie-ins to popular culture (ie, movies, games, skits, etc) are poorly conceptualized, badly written, and an obvious attempt to simplly wrest more money from die-hard fans. However, this book was oth a pleasant & unexpected exception to that rule. The story itself is pretty straight forward: stop the bad guy. A group of diverse individuals are drawn toward Grim Batol, a place of terrible evil, to stop an even greater evil fr I went into this book prepared to be disappointed. Most books written as tie-ins to popular culture (ie, movies, games, skits, etc) are poorly conceptualized, badly written, and an obvious attempt to simplly wrest more money from die-hard fans. However, this book was oth a pleasant & unexpected exception to that rule. The story itself is pretty straight forward: stop the bad guy. A group of diverse individuals are drawn toward Grim Batol, a place of terrible evil, to stop an even greater evil from being released into the world. The characters are arch-types, but not stock. Mr. Knaak manages to place just enough "opposite" into his characters so that hey live. Krasus, the arch-type of Aged Wisdom, makes mistakes. Brash Youth Kalec gives of himself, the Seasoned Warrior in the character of Rom has a soft side. Even Eternal Innocence Irini kills when she must. All cliches, but presented well enough so as not to read as cliches. The writing itself is very well done. The author treads the middle ground between the bare-bones style of Hemingway and the overly verbose, goth like writing of far too many modern authors. There are no "I-like-the sound-of-my-own-voice" paragraphs in this book, nothing to skip over or cut out. The battle scenes are exceptionally well done; well enough so that you actually may question the outcome. The descriptive paragraghs pull you nicely into a scene without interfering with the flow of the story. There are two parts to every book. The story itself, and the writing. As to the story itself, I give the book a fair-to-decent 7. The writing, however, I will give a 9. I will both reread this book & look to read other boooks written by this author. Definitely worth a read, whether a World of Warcraft fan, a sci-fi/fantasy reader, or just a lover of good writing. I give it anoverall 4 on the Goodreads scale.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Moxie

    Richard Knaak isn't exactly one of the best writers, and at times it was almost painful to read. There is a pretty good story hidden in this book though. Richard Knaak isn't exactly one of the best writers, and at times it was almost painful to read. There is a pretty good story hidden in this book though.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David Octavian

    Such a wonderful story... . . . ...under such a horrible writing.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    I don't know how Richard A. Knaak does it. He is the master of the World of Warcraft novel. After reading and enjoying(but not as much) other authors, I returned to his style for this story. He manages to make me care deeply about every character in the story. I mourn every passing and wish he could have saved them. It isn't just war clashes and descriptions of the violence, it is showing the reason and the passion for it. I happen to love Kraus from all the other stories I've read with him in. H I don't know how Richard A. Knaak does it. He is the master of the World of Warcraft novel. After reading and enjoying(but not as much) other authors, I returned to his style for this story. He manages to make me care deeply about every character in the story. I mourn every passing and wish he could have saved them. It isn't just war clashes and descriptions of the violence, it is showing the reason and the passion for it. I happen to love Kraus from all the other stories I've read with him in. He is without a doubt my second favorite WOW character. I also really like Rhonin and Veressa. This story combines them with dwarves and Iridi a draenai priestess. They are fighting one of Deathwing's consorts Sinestra. I knew this story would be epic when after my brother read it he started creating characters similar to the ones in the story. I wasn't disappointed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dustin

    Fantastic. While reading this, several times it felt like it had been written after the Cataclysm expansion, when in fact it was written before the release of the prior expansion - Wrath of the Lich King. I'm not sure if Blizzard or Richard Knaak were planning that far ahead, but the story is brilliant. Wonderful characters and great settings. Makes me want to load the game up and go see these places again. Fantastic. While reading this, several times it felt like it had been written after the Cataclysm expansion, when in fact it was written before the release of the prior expansion - Wrath of the Lich King. I'm not sure if Blizzard or Richard Knaak were planning that far ahead, but the story is brilliant. Wonderful characters and great settings. Makes me want to load the game up and go see these places again.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Spencer

    Another great WoW novel! I loved how this was a follow up to Day of the Dragon. The return of characters from the first book was nice to see, and the new characters introduced were also epic! This one seemed to have a little more depth than the first one. A must-read for any who have read the first book, or want a good fantasy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    This book was fun. It kept me entertained with the storyline that split in multiple threads at times, making it more diverse and intricate. It offered a bit more information on lore and it did depict my favorite dragon. It also explained, albeit in a vague manner, the blood elves' coming to being. This book was fun. It kept me entertained with the storyline that split in multiple threads at times, making it more diverse and intricate. It offered a bit more information on lore and it did depict my favorite dragon. It also explained, albeit in a vague manner, the blood elves' coming to being.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Tucker

    The follow up to Day of the Dragon. Enjoyed the story and the only thing I wish is that more of the spells in the books were in-game. :)

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jack Leone

    My favorite knaak warcraft book after the war of the ancients trilogy. Rhonin and Krause are the greatest team in the warcraft universe.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    a very good read that gripped me from the beginning.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nicki

    This book was fairly decent, it had some parts that seemed to draw on, losing some of my interest through out. If I'm to be perfectly honest, the book itself didn't really get good until the last 4 or so chapters which....is kind of disappointing. The author kind of made fighting sequences seem....odd? I suppose I mean that in the sense that it was very, 'x punched, THEY MISSED! They kicked, right in the jaw!' This book was fairly decent, it had some parts that seemed to draw on, losing some of my interest through out. If I'm to be perfectly honest, the book itself didn't really get good until the last 4 or so chapters which....is kind of disappointing. The author kind of made fighting sequences seem....odd? I suppose I mean that in the sense that it was very, 'x punched, THEY MISSED! They kicked, right in the jaw!'

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laurent

    a gripping story though a bit confusing as to the origins of some aspects or points

  14. 4 out of 5

    Toeni

    Out of all the Warcraft books, I would have to say, this was one of my least favorite. I found the characters to be weak and lacking any depth. This was, to say the least, a huge disappointment because many of the characters were beloved ones that had been introduced in previous novels. The reader was introduced to Rhonin and Vereesa in the "Day of the Dragon". In that book they are merely acquaintances that could barely tolerate each other at first. Then suddenly they are together and expecting Out of all the Warcraft books, I would have to say, this was one of my least favorite. I found the characters to be weak and lacking any depth. This was, to say the least, a huge disappointment because many of the characters were beloved ones that had been introduced in previous novels. The reader was introduced to Rhonin and Vereesa in the "Day of the Dragon". In that book they are merely acquaintances that could barely tolerate each other at first. Then suddenly they are together and expecting the birth of the twins in "The Well of Eternity". Now, the twins are born and I'm sitting here wondering where was the story of the two getting together? This book had the feeling of someone deperately trying to pump out another novel in a popular franchise but not really having anything worthy to contribute to it. It was just a conglomeration of familiar characters and events mashed together with some haphazardly created new characters so that the author can say that he contributed something to it. While at the same time, some potentially interesting new characters were introduced and then tossed to the wayside like murloc dung (i.e. Captain Marcus Windthorne of the Stormchild). The conflicts themselves were like watching someone trying to desperately tear down a brick wall with the simple action of repeatedly pounding it with their head, while at the same time not knowing why they are compelled to such fruitless action. The heroes would fight the enemies only to be knocked unconscious, captured, and/or killed, only for them to somehow, recover only to throw themselves at the enemy again to same exact conclusion. And yet, despite the enormous defeats, they manage to supposedly win the day. To what end, I'm still trying to figure it out. Normally, I am distracted from doing important things like laundry by reading a really good book. Instead I found myself using those activities as an excuse to distract myself from having to continue reading. I continued reading in hopes that it would get at least a little better. It finally did accomplish some minor entertainment value, but only after I was already three quarters of the way through the book. I certainly hope the franchise returns to it usual exciting quality with the next book that I pick up.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tim Schlappi

    WOW!!! What can I say about this novel in the World of Warcraft series, except that it was an exceptional read. I have to give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars even though you can't select half a start on here, and the only reason is because of the start. However, in my opinion, Richard Knaak has done it again with this very well put together read. Now, at the start of this book, I was a little hesitant as to how it would turn out, as it did start a bit slow. However, by the time I was into the 2nd a WOW!!! What can I say about this novel in the World of Warcraft series, except that it was an exceptional read. I have to give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars even though you can't select half a start on here, and the only reason is because of the start. However, in my opinion, Richard Knaak has done it again with this very well put together read. Now, at the start of this book, I was a little hesitant as to how it would turn out, as it did start a bit slow. However, by the time I was into the 2nd and 3rd chapters, it had my full and undivided attention. Attention to the point where when I was reading, I didn't want to put it down to get some sleep. I just wanted to keep going to see what was going to happen next. I wanted to read more into it to see what the next battle or encounters entailed. Now, when I got to the end, I had no idea that it would end the way it did. I can't say that I was disappointed or surprised, as I have played the game for some time now. However, to see the return of Deathwing, and the way he always uses other characters as his puppets really pisses me off. LOL! He just needs to die already, but I know that does not happen for some time. I loved how this was a follow up to the previous book, "Day of the Dragon". I was really excited to see the return of some of the characters from the first book. That being said, the new characters that were introduced were also epic! It also explained, in no definitive way, the blood elves' coming to being. I can't say that this book was any better or worse that "Day of The Dragon", as I have loved all the Warcraft and World of Warcraft books that I have read. A must-read for any who have read the previous books in the Warcraft and World of Warcraft series, want a good fantasy, or would like to know a little more of the lore if they're a WoW player. I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series, "Arthas" by Christie Golden. I can't wait to see how that one turns out. I do have high hopes for it. Please check back later on to see my review of that story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Ciarvella

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This might be the book that breaks my interest in tie-in fiction forever. I wasn't expecting much; it's a WoW novel, which honestly doesn't need to do much to be entertaining. And hey, it's about dragons; I like dragons! Seems like it should be easy to draw some enjoyment here. No. Rarely have I ever read writing that actually felt painful. This is pulp fantasy writing of the very worst kind, with many references to countenances and "young ones" and countless . . . ellipses. The writing is overwro This might be the book that breaks my interest in tie-in fiction forever. I wasn't expecting much; it's a WoW novel, which honestly doesn't need to do much to be entertaining. And hey, it's about dragons; I like dragons! Seems like it should be easy to draw some enjoyment here. No. Rarely have I ever read writing that actually felt painful. This is pulp fantasy writing of the very worst kind, with many references to countenances and "young ones" and countless . . . ellipses. The writing is overwrought, the dialogue stilted, and frankly, it really was a pain to read. One of my (least) favorite moments comes early on when the red dragon Krasus, in elven disguise, of course, decides to conceal his true identity as a dragon from a draenei priestess that he's just met. So, of course, he refers to her as "child" with every other sentence, despite the fact that he's posing as an elf and while elves do live for thousands of years in this universe, draenei tend to to live for TENS of thousands of years. Way to give it away, Krasus. All the sins of tie-in fiction are committed here. If you've never touched WarCraft power, good luck figuring out how a nether dragon is different from a black dragon, which is different than a twilight dragon. If it feels like I'm being particularly harsh, it's only because I feel like it's really, really hard to screw up a book about dragons doing dragon stuff. But maybe dragon books are harder to get right. Who knows? I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone; even the most diehard WoW fan won't find anything new or interesting here. The plot details are completely ignored by the game's narrative.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Camilo Rodríguez Gaviria

    Although its start was slow and boring, the main story was well created and told. Enough details were given throughout so the images kept flowing one after another. I'd say this book, compared with those before, feels more partial; less horde, less alliance and more about Azeroth. However, for the horde! Although its start was slow and boring, the main story was well created and told. Enough details were given throughout so the images kept flowing one after another. I'd say this book, compared with those before, feels more partial; less horde, less alliance and more about Azeroth. However, for the horde!

  18. 5 out of 5

    A Silent Bookworm (Jessica Parker)

    This is the story of Deathwing's lingering influence within Grim Batol. It was decent story. Parts of the fights/battles seems to drag on and on, but overall it was a great addition to the lore. I read this book as part of the PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018 - A book with a time of day in the title. Also, the Goodreads Twitter prompt #3 - Read a book that features a dragon. This is the story of Deathwing's lingering influence within Grim Batol. It was decent story. Parts of the fights/battles seems to drag on and on, but overall it was a great addition to the lore. I read this book as part of the PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018 - A book with a time of day in the title. Also, the Goodreads Twitter prompt #3 - Read a book that features a dragon.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Trey Stone

    loved it, a bit slow paced but it picks up towards the end

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rikke Grave

    As allways I enjoy reading of Krasus’ adventures.

  21. 5 out of 5

    J

    Night of the Dragon was slow, plodding, reveals little, and hopes that you have a huge range of knowledge of the World of WarCraft world. The story centers around the investigations of Grim Batol, and underground bastion, home to former and now renewed evils. Our three main characters are Krasus, a shape-changing dragon who's responsible for ensuring the saftey of the area. Iridi, a draeni priestess on the hunt for something taken. And finally Vereesa, survivor of a devastated people, hunting a t Night of the Dragon was slow, plodding, reveals little, and hopes that you have a huge range of knowledge of the World of WarCraft world. The story centers around the investigations of Grim Batol, and underground bastion, home to former and now renewed evils. Our three main characters are Krasus, a shape-changing dragon who's responsible for ensuring the saftey of the area. Iridi, a draeni priestess on the hunt for something taken. And finally Vereesa, survivor of a devastated people, hunting a threatening traitor. The book does well, bringing the Warcraft world to life. Giving us some backstory into each character so we can understand what they are after. What is not done well is explaining in more detail, the backstories, the histories of various factions. I as a player am familiar with some of this, but the book suffers from expecting its audience to be fully versed. All told, this leads to a filler-experience. Those like myself looking for more information about the WoW universe will learn something, but this is not for the un-, or newly-initiated.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Merryn Turner

    This was a mess!! How it has so many high ratings I will never understand. Whilst I expected it to be bad (none of Knaak’s are ever good), I didn’t expect it to be the worst book I read this year. Die-hard World of Warcraft fans may have found this easier to navigate, but for casual players like myself or people just entering this world this does nothing but confuse and contradict again and again. Knaak introduces new races, places and historical events that haven’t been featured in previous book This was a mess!! How it has so many high ratings I will never understand. Whilst I expected it to be bad (none of Knaak’s are ever good), I didn’t expect it to be the worst book I read this year. Die-hard World of Warcraft fans may have found this easier to navigate, but for casual players like myself or people just entering this world this does nothing but confuse and contradict again and again. Knaak introduces new races, places and historical events that haven’t been featured in previous books, and simply glosses over them, meaning that I often found myself googling to fill in the plot holes. The scenery described didn’t make sense; battle scenes especially seemed impossible as characters instantly leaped or changed positions in the blink of an eye. This was bad, and it was boring. Knaak clings to his familiar characters of Krasus, Rhonin and Vereesa to carry him through, and it’s only the nostalgia for these characters that lends it any readability.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Drougen

    Another boring book by Richard A. Knaak in the Warcraft series. This book could be cut in half with the amount of un-necessary information, boring interactions, and reiterations on the same thing over and over, even then it would still be boring. It gives some slight insight as to Deathwing's family plan of creating a new dragon flight to rule the world which it should have gone more in-depth on. However it focuses more on stopping one character. There's a dragon named Zzeraku and a character tha Another boring book by Richard A. Knaak in the Warcraft series. This book could be cut in half with the amount of un-necessary information, boring interactions, and reiterations on the same thing over and over, even then it would still be boring. It gives some slight insight as to Deathwing's family plan of creating a new dragon flight to rule the world which it should have gone more in-depth on. However it focuses more on stopping one character. There's a dragon named Zzeraku and a character that helps him in a way, for the rest of the book every time Zzeraku is brought up it constantly re-hashe's how in-debt he is to the character and how hard he wants to try to be a better dragon, etc. and got straight up obnoxious.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Evgeni Kirilov

    Can't say I was much impressed by this book. The writing was better than some of the other World of Warcraft novels, but not spectacular. There were some ties with previous Warcraft novels and graphic novels (which is something I like to see), but I had hoped for more ties to the story presented in the game itself - and those were very limited. Characters were, for the most part, fairly one-dimensional, and the plot felt spontaneous, without long-term foreshadowing or overarching themes. All in Can't say I was much impressed by this book. The writing was better than some of the other World of Warcraft novels, but not spectacular. There were some ties with previous Warcraft novels and graphic novels (which is something I like to see), but I had hoped for more ties to the story presented in the game itself - and those were very limited. Characters were, for the most part, fairly one-dimensional, and the plot felt spontaneous, without long-term foreshadowing or overarching themes. All in all, an alright book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Larper

    Ugh. That's all I have to say about this book. To be more descriptive: boring writing, unnecessarily long descriptions of actions and fights, too freaking long, and just dull. There were some fun parts, but most of all, it was a drag reading it, especially the first 33%. I don't want to be overly negative. Some stuff that I liked: descriptions of goblins and Iridi's banter with sailors and goblins, Zendarin, and the plot was kind of cool, too bad it was dragged throughout 320 pages... Ugh. That's all I have to say about this book. To be more descriptive: boring writing, unnecessarily long descriptions of actions and fights, too freaking long, and just dull. There were some fun parts, but most of all, it was a drag reading it, especially the first 33%. I don't want to be overly negative. Some stuff that I liked: descriptions of goblins and Iridi's banter with sailors and goblins, Zendarin, and the plot was kind of cool, too bad it was dragged throughout 320 pages...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Much better than I thought it would be, because of the lower scores! I loved each character's journey to Grim Batol, and once they all arrived, their nightmares became reality. I had no idea Lady Sinestra was Deathwing's wife. This book brought back memories of the epic Sinestra bonus boss in Grim Batol in WoW. Liked this book so much it only took me 2 days to read it. Highly recommend this novel. Can't wait to start the next book in chronological order, Stormrage. Much better than I thought it would be, because of the lower scores! I loved each character's journey to Grim Batol, and once they all arrived, their nightmares became reality. I had no idea Lady Sinestra was Deathwing's wife. This book brought back memories of the epic Sinestra bonus boss in Grim Batol in WoW. Liked this book so much it only took me 2 days to read it. Highly recommend this novel. Can't wait to start the next book in chronological order, Stormrage.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kramer Thompson

    A pretty decent Warcraft book. I don't think I care as much about dragons as I do the other Warcraft races, so this book was at a bit of a disadvantage. Still, the story was quite interesting and many of the action sequences exciting. An entertaining read, but not quite as good in my eyes as the book preceding it (in order of publication). A pretty decent Warcraft book. I don't think I care as much about dragons as I do the other Warcraft races, so this book was at a bit of a disadvantage. Still, the story was quite interesting and many of the action sequences exciting. An entertaining read, but not quite as good in my eyes as the book preceding it (in order of publication).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    Slow but ends great It takes a whole to get going, especially dealing with all the 'greater than thou' season dialogs... But the ending chapters are very exciting and wrap up the book very well Slow but ends great It takes a whole to get going, especially dealing with all the 'greater than thou' season dialogs... But the ending chapters are very exciting and wrap up the book very well

  29. 5 out of 5

    The Glassed And The Furious

    This book has a really good story, but not the best writing. That's very unfortunate. But I think it captures the soul of WoW beautifully and manages to pull you in with a great story - similar to the game - which is really nice. This book has a really good story, but not the best writing. That's very unfortunate. But I think it captures the soul of WoW beautifully and manages to pull you in with a great story - similar to the game - which is really nice.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rowin

    Lacking execution.

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