Arthas: Rise of the Lich King
At last! The novel World of Warcraft fans have been clamouring for: the true story behind one of the Warcraft universe's most terrifying villains: Arthas the Lich King. Author Christie Golden does for Arthas what she once did for the Orc Lord Thrall in the bestselling Warcraft: Lord of the Clans,... show more
At last! The novel World of Warcraft fans have been clamouring for: the true story behind one of the Warcraft universe's most terrifying villains: Arthas the Lich King. Author Christie Golden does for Arthas what she once did for the Orc Lord Thrall in the bestselling Warcraft: Lord of the Clans, in another epic exploration of one of the key characters from the ten-million subscriber World of Warcraft massively multiplayer online game.
Publish date: April 21st 2009
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
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Series: World of WarCraft (#6)
I'm torn on this book. On the one hand, it was a faithful adaptation of Warcraft 3's storyline, down to exact dialogue, while adding some wonderful, humanizing touches to try to make us empathize whit out main character even as we know he's making terrible choices.On the other hand, it was a faithfu...
I have played the massively multiplayer role playing game World of Warcraft (WoW) since I was a teenager (thanks to my mom who got me into it, ha) and decided a few months ago that I’d love to learn more about the lore of all the stories that my character has been a part of. There are a whole lot of...
I've read quite a few of the Warcraft books. I'm a huge fan of the game World of Warcraft, so I enjoy getting to know more of the lore. I did enjoy reading this book, mostly because I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Artha and Jaina, and seeing Sylvanas' thoughts of what was happening....
This was my first novel inside Warcraft. I have being an player of the game and I have all the books. But since the release of Warcraft III Arthas was my favourite character. When I discovered this book I bought it and read it straight away. It was a good reading. If this book had 600 pages instead ...
i really liked this book but the end was really rushed.