Day of the Dragon
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... show more
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 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 Þre if the world of Azeroth is to see another dawn.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 5th 2001
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, High Fantasy
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, Video Games
Series: WarCraft (#1)
I've been an avid world of warcraft fan for about 2 years now. So when I found out they had a book series out I wanted in! From the moment I picked up this book, I could tell this was going to be a good plot. It tells the story of a Mage Called Rhonin an Elf Ranger ((hunter)) and a dwarf. I won't g...
For those that have played or are currently playing World of Warcraft or Warcraft III, this is an enjoyable read that focuses on Deathwing and offers a hint of the upcoming Lich King (when he was still a small boy). I'm giving this book three stars because it is an average read in the fantasy genre...
I enjoy Richard Knaak's writing. I like the way that he describes areas and people and find myself imagining them perfectly and not just because I play the video game, but because he describes them well. He has a knack (pun intended) for description. That being said, I was a bit disappointed at ...
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 t...