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Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War excerpt

She has over a million books in print. However, given the events of Thrall: Tyrande Whisperwind, Sylvanas Windrunner especially always seem to receive the short end of the stick in this regard, so I was initially worried that they were going to change Jaina in the same way. And those things are essentially true. I found all the characterisations fit what I knew from the game, but with the added depth you only get from a good book. I love cheesy books and cheesy games, and WOW is nothing if not cheesy.

Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War by Christie Golden

Besides now having a deep and abidin Christie Golden is a great World of Warcraft author. This one is a must for WoW players who want to know more od the bridge between expansions and why Theramore’s Fall was as terrible as it was. I can understand if you don’t wish to undermine him publicly, but-perhaps you and I can work together.


Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Inside the World Championship. The arbitrary death of a new character introduced for this novel was critical to convey the fact that some people got killed in the biggest explosion ever, instead of the bunch of generals who Proudmooore forget their names I don’t care about.

It made her more real, which also makes her more likeable at least in my eyes. She shares it with four guys. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

What if her ultimate reward is a harlequin romance with the desirable male, the kind an 18th century housewife could only close her eyes and dream about? It was too “wrapped up in a bow” for me. The Blues were also in charge of protecting the Focusing Iris, a powerful magical artifact that amplifies magic.

If you like fiction. I think a good book is written to be a good book, with strong characters, strong plot, and strong conclusions. Kind of wanted to see the girl kick some ass No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Lists with This Book. While I may play World of Warcraft off and on, one constant is my interest ties the lore behind the game, an interest that extends to pretty much all MMOs I play, in fact.

Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War excerpt

This is hands down the worst book I’ve read in the past ten years. The only thing I didn’t like was the author’s repeated use of the word ‘dozen’. I also liked the division in chapters: Mythic Keystone Dungeon Leaderboards. I actually read this book about a year ago. Proudmooer the end of Cataclysm, all the remaining four Dragon Aspects battled the former Earth Aspect Deathwing and defeated him, but sacrificed their power and their status in the bargain.


And when one action from Hellscream is so beyond all imagination, it changes her idealism forever. It’s also the story of an orc gone terribly, terribly wrong, one who has learned precisely all the wrong lessons from his father — and it’s the story of a Horde being torn apart by his decisions.

Rather than looking at the Pandaran arc, this looks at the growing tension between the Horde and the Alliance, and covers a pivotal moment in WoW’s history set around the Isle of Theramore.

A well deserved five star read! I saw the Kor’kron births and the reign of terror beginning, but again, it felt like everyone was foundering until the real attack started. This book did a great job setting up the Fall of Theramore scenario and has me anxious for Mists of Pandaria. Personally, I was already looking forward to the raid. I cried through this book though, multiple times. And I’m totally over Thrall and Varian. To ask other readers questions about Jaina Proudmooreplease sign up.

I wanted to know what happened, and the events but there was no pleasure in actually finding out.