The Sundering (WarCraft: War of the Ancients, #3)
The hour of wrath draws near... The valiant night elves have been shattered by the loss of their beloved general. The black dragon, Neltharion, has claimed the Demon Soul and scattered the mighty dragonflights to the winds. Above all, the demonlord, Archimonde, has led the Burning Legion to the... show more
The hour of wrath draws near... The valiant night elves have been shattered by the loss of their beloved general. The black dragon, Neltharion, has claimed the Demon Soul and scattered the mighty dragonflights to the winds. Above all, the demonlord, Archimonde, has led the Burning Legion to the very brink of victory over Kalimdor. As the land and its denizens reel from this unstoppable evil, a terror beyond all reckoning draws ever nearer from the Well of Eternity's depths... WARCRAFT In the final, apocalyptic chapter of this epic trilogy, the dragon-mage Krasus and the young druid Malfurion must risk everything to save Azeroth from utter destruction. Banding together the dwarves, tauren and furbolg races, the heroes hope to spark an alliance to stand against the might of the Burning Legion. For if the Demon Soul should fall into the Legion's hands, all hope for the world will be lost. This then, is the hour...where past and future collide! THE SUNDERING An original trilogy of magic, warfare, and heroism based on the bestselling, award-winning electronic game series from Blizzard Entertainment.
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, High Fantasy
, Media Tie In
, Video Games
Series: War of the Ancients Trilogy (#3)
I have such mixed feelings about this.I really found myself engrossed in the Warcraft world. There was a lot that went on in these novels that I never knew about. The action was fast, and there was a lot of it, and the characters were engaging. I think that this was a well-done trilogy and I'm ve...
Surprisingly awesome story. I could not put it down! I even cried during some parts, I was so emotionally invested. I did not expect such an experience from novels based on video game lore. Very glad that my son insisted I get around to reading it =)