The new World of Warcraft novel, Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War, bridges the gap between the events of Cataclysm and the upcoming Mists of Pandaria. say that Jaina Proudmoore assisted you once. Are your loyalties now to her and the Alliance, who have killed your people or to the mighty. Horde and me?”. Blizzard continues its trend of books that tie into World of Warcraft with its latest novel, Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War. This book takes place.

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First out in late April will be a World of Warcraft novel, Athas: In The ShatteringJaina was told that eventually, some day, she was going to have to choose a side. It was much more realistic, and none of the characters were safe from dying, just like a fantasy novel should be.

I also hesitate with the appointment of Jaina as leader of the Kirin Tor by way of the tieds prophecy. Over the course of the book, their wariness for Hellscream’s antics is both highlighted and illustrated as frighteningly warranted. And we are magic too.

A must read for any fan of Warc Christie Golden once again proves that she’s the best author when it comes to the Warcraft universe!

I actually read this book about a year ago. Knaak, under his lesser-known pen name to avoid publication scrutiny. Golden launched the TSR Ravenloft line in with her first novel, the highly successful Vampire of the Mistswhich introduced elven vampire Jander Sunstar.

I think I’ve read most of the ones she’s sar, and I was amazed at her exploration of the characters and their losses and emotions. I hold out hope that the feelings of rage and hatred will be tempered with time, and I believe it opens a door for her to return to Kul’Tiras and work with them, which may have been the whole point in the first place. And I aways chuckled at the overt word count padding. Inferno Squad Star Wars.


By far one of the most well written Novels i’ve read in quite a while Next to Exile I was hooked from beginning to end.

Review of Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War by Christie Golden

I’ve played World of Warcraft for over a decade, and first played Warcraft 3 nearly 12 years maina. Lords of the Sith: Bravo for that, Miss Golden. It is a must read for every W. Really, I absolutely loved this and I really want to read more about Jaina Proudmoore as a person.

But the winds of war are blowing, and if we do not stop Garrosh now, many innocents will pay the price for our hesitation. Golden has captured perfectly the frustrations of an intelligent, gifted woman who is caught between her ideals and political reality.

I wanted to know what happened, and the events but there was no pleasure in actually finding out.

Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War – Wowpedia – Your wiki guide to the World of Warcraft

While Thrall does make a couple of appearances in the novel, he is far from the main character or even what I’d call a supporting role. It is really amazing how much better the last few novels have been. My concerns were unfounded.

In the closing cinematic for Dragon Soul, we saw the Aspects lose their powers and give way to the Age of Mortals — but just tidew the heck does that mean? Waar wanted more after it was over!


But the ensemble points of view worked for The Shatteringand they more or less work here. I read this book, hoping to get a bit of inspiration for the upcoming Kul’Tiran Allied Race coming to the game in the next expansion, Battle for Azeroth. About Wowpedia Disclaimers Mobile view.

She has an amazing grasp on the woman and what exactly is going on inside her head. In Tides of Warshe makes that choice in a spectacularly dramatic fashion. My reading slump was so bad, I couldn’t keep my attention on just one book.

And he It is really amazing how much better the last few novels have been. But even though Jaina’s on the cover and in the title, the most compelling parts of the book involved Baine Bloodhoof, leader of the Tauren, who are members of the Horde. This book takes place after the events in Cataclysm and after the last cinematic of the Dragon Soul raid. 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.

Um, it wasn’t good and I was wondering since I have no other place to go now that my place has been nuked, can I like, join as an adept? 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.