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World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects
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Book Format: Choose an option. This dilemma has hit Kalecgos, youngest of the former Dragon Aspects, especially har. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information.
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Shop Our Brands. Epic moments dont feel very epic and are interrupted by fatigue of reading hours of crap and Jaina saving Calek. By the time I read this book, nearly everything in it has changed and if I had any chance of believing this grand love affair, which I never did, the Legion expansion of the game pretty much ended that.
If you bother to read this, skip most of it, catch the last part and find a better book to read. I chose the three-star rating for multiple reasons.
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First, I didn't like that this series was broken up into five parts. I think that really took away from the story overall. To have one book end abruptly and wait a month only to dive into another book that starts in the middle of the story is a little disorienting. Second, I didn't care for the ending. I think it's great the Aspects remembered their past so they could continue their purpose into the future, but overall, I expected something more from it.
Finally, I didn't like how it altered between Kalec's viewpoint and Malygos'. I thought it occurred too frequently. A couple of times throughout the story would have been great, or even have the part of the book we're reading begin with Kalec's viewpoint, have him pass out into Malygos' viewpoint, and then smoothly wind down into Kalec's viewpoint again. I think if he took this route with the story, the five parts would've been a lot easier to tolerate.
It wasn't all bad, of course. I did enjoy the writing style, and I've enjoyed all of Knaak's other novels in the Warcraft universe. He's a good storyteller that fell flat this time around. This may not have even been his fault. It could have been someone else who told him he's going to write a five-part series. I also understand he isn't the creator of the story itself.
He's able to write the details and make it flow from one event into the other, but overall, someone in Blizzard Entertainment tells him what he's going to write for a story. So it's important to keep in mind while reading this, it isn't about Knaak's work or his writing style; it's more of how Blizzard wanted Knaak to write this particular story.
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I would recommend this novel to anyone who's old enough to read it and enjoys the fantasy genre. Warcraft lore is a lot of fun, and I very much enjoyed finding out about the Aspects before they were aspects. However, I thought the back and forth between past and present was a bit tedious. The all-powerful aspects can hold up a book without the help of Jaina and her new boyfriend. I like the experiment with the serial format. I read all parts one after the other, so it seemed to me that things were repeated over and over again I recommend the book, but unfortunately I believe you should read Tides of War first so you can fully understand the relationship between Jaina and Kalecgos Go to Amazon.
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