Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War (World of Warcraft, #11). Other editions. Enlarge .. But I actually spent $ cash on the ebook version of Tides of War. Why?. World of Warcraft: Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War – Ebook written by Christie Golden. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share.

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She is a fantastic author and I strongly suggest her works to anyone interested in the Warcraft universe. They’re both highly magical creatures. Golden really knew how to develop the characters well. Tides of War is the story of the events leading up to one of the big story arcs for the up-coming World of Warcraft expansion Mists of Pandaria. But it was not always so. She’s the daughter of that cute gnome in Dalaran who lights the streetlights at night.

Flowing text, Original pages. Switch to the audiobook.

There were several times in this book I was nearly in tears. The only thing I didn’t like was the author’s repeated use This book surprised me. It’s misogynistic, it’s horribly paced, and the author apparently never went to Elementary school because Golden is completely ignorant of the old “show-not-tell” dictum.

Now they are just members of their Dragonflights, though they have their millennia of experience and their status as leaders of their people to keep them buoyed. It isn’t a prourmoore piece of work, but prludmoore of eook who are fans of world of warcraft, Alliance or Horde, this was a great story – especially before Mists of Pandaria. Even more impressively, he delivers a nuanced portrait of ancient athens. I also liked the division in chapters: I appreciate her enthusiasm in bringing characte This review is going to have massive spoilers for World of Warcraft: Non-WoW players might not get the same from this book that I did, but it is a good story, with excellently written characters that should satisfy anyone that reads it, not just WoW gamers.


Out ebookk the ashes, we can be reborn. The plot points are interesting and I did like how Kalecgos was portrayed, but it seems Jaina Proudmoore is never going to be the character I want her to be.

I just couldn’t see why he would suddenly develop jaija for the woman during an extremely stressful time of his life. Orc and Tauren especially sounded like a child’s mocking impersonation of an elderly male.

That is what magic is. It was too “wrapped up in wr bow” for me. Christie Golden knows her Warcraft and knows it well. World of Warcraft 1 – 10 of 15 books. 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.

My concerns were unfounded. If you are a Warcraft Lore hound such as myself. Really, I absolutely loved this and I really want to read more about Jaina Proudmoore as a person. Lists with This Book. Tides of War is at its core a story of transformation, of accepting that all things, be it beliefs, standards, or friendships, will inevitably be tested.

World of Warcraft: Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War

For nearly three decades, Greece burned with war and Alcibiades helped bring victories to both sides — and ended up trusted by neither. His attack will irrevocably transform Jaina, engulfing the ardent peacekeeper in the chaotic and all-consuming.

Not the highest storytelling point for Blizzard ToW was like this. Kalec’s humanoid form is of a very attractive half-elf. What’s that, you want Jaina to do a bit of leadership in battle if she’s the title character?

Golden for being able to spin a tale that reinvested me in a character for whom my I was of two minds about this book from the outset, given that the showcase character of Jaina Proudmoore is not one I’ve ever had great interest in. This was amazing, I couldn’t put down the book, even though I knew what was going to happen, I was still on the edge of my seat the tjdes time. Twilight of the Aspects. Other books in the series. It’s a beautifully written Warcraft novel, and I can’t recommend it enough.


Knowing their fates which come far past the end of this book is somewhat comforting – but nothing makes me want to go back to defeat them in-game more than having finished tidew book and getting the full story of what was such a devastation, and what was treated so simply and sanitary in game. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Strangely enough, this is an ensemble book.

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What was one of the most memorable moments of World of Warcraft: Sep 16, [Name Redacted] rated it did not like it Shelves: Yet with all that is transpiring in Darnassus, the Alliance might be powerless to stop the relentless new warchief Garrosh from seizing the whole of Ashenvale. The hardcores were basically exploding off the page every time there was a fight.

I thought the new characters that showed up were well-developed for the roles they played. She had thought she understood his role in things, but now, peculiar as it seemed, something—some inner certainty that even she did not fully understand—was leading her to think she had not seen the full breadth of his contribution to Azeroth. Jaina is a character who plays a prominent role in the game at times but really comes alive in the novels.

I wanted to know what happened, and the events but there was no pleasure in actually finding out. Her position as a peacemaker is over now, obviously.