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By Shazkia on 10-05-14
Great end to the expansion
What did you like most about World of Warcraft: War Crimes?
As a lover of the lore, it was great to so many characters all together in one place. To listen to all of them speak and the tough situation they are put in was well written and of great insight into warcraft's popular characters
What did you like best about this story?
I guess it was the Salvyanas/Veressa Subplot
What does Scott Brick bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I have a few book read by him and Love his voice, its easy to listen to.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but i failed to sadly
Any additional comments?
A really good book about warcraft, delving in deep to the characters and the past.
FOR THE HORDE!
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By Herbie on 07-05-14
Best Warcraft Novel since WoW's release!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
No matter who there favorite character is he/so has there moment in this book plus you get to see alternate sides to previous book events.
What was one of the most memorable moments of World of Warcraft: War Crimes?
We see Garrosh's thought process with each of his decisions that many questioned in the game and it really made him one of my favorite characters in a long time :).
What about Scott Brick’s performance did you like?
It is Scott Brick what was there not to like!
He did a great job as he always does :).
Any additional comments?
Easily my favorite Novel since the start of WoW (on Par with the likes of Rise of the Horde). Unlike most Warcraft novels this gives us the POV of a large amount of the leaders (both Horde and Alliance) giving more perspective of everyones views on the situation. Not to mention we get interactions we have never had before because they are all at the Trial even the likes of Wrathion to the Dragon Aspects on top of the leaders.
It gives us 3 major plot lines that will carry on as we play throughout WoD on top of that behind the scene with those who followed Garrosh and still believe in his Horde.
The book is easily one of the most fluently written Warcraft books since World of Warcraft: Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects!
I cannot write this review without also adding that this book has ties to 8 other novels written in the Warcraft universe and gives us alternate perspectives on moments we read in previous books during the trial thanks to the Bronze Flight.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Martin Jönsson on 20-07-18
Really good for Lore fans
I loved the book and always wondered what happend during the trials and such. We got such an insight of characters behaviours and past events like the slaughtering of the dranei in outland. loved it and wuld recommend the book to lore fans