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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The problem, for me, is everything else. Return to Book Page. Aug 22, Jeremy rated it really liked it Recommends it for: It’s a riveting ride and I found it difficult to tear myself away from it for any length of time. The ice queen needs to be prousmoore of joy.
My favourite part of this book is how it tells me everything instead of showing me it.
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Rise of the Lich King to write the best books possible for World of Warcraft fans and she hasn’t failed to deliver yet. We’re introduced to a couple new characters – Kinndy, for one.
Under the pen name of Jadrien Bell, she wrote a historical fantasy thriller entitled A. And that’s what Jaina, even in her pacified state was going to Orgrimmar to do.
Review of Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War by Christie Golden
The grief of a leader whose kingdom is wiped out in an instant, the grief of a woman who sees with stark certainty the pointlessness of the path she’s chosen, the grief of a daughter who finally understands the words of her father, entirely too late to do anything about it.
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. First out in late April will be a World of Warcraft novel, Athas: Personally, I was already looking forward to the raid. I also liked the division in chapters: As a side effect, however, I no longer want to play my Horde characters. This site is a part of Curse, Inc. Yeah, this book sucks. Reading this book definitely helped me understand Jaina Proudmoore’s character a whole lot better and I actually started to like her a bit Even as a Horde player while she is an Alliance character.
Other books in the series. But now, as mounting tensions threaten to ignite a new era of conflict, tdies hopes for peace could be extinguished forever And it’s a story of loss, of grief so jqina overwhelming that it threatens to devour the soul. I can’t think of higher praise than the fact I want to get into the game and have my character do things to Garrosh Hellscream that would make for whole new chapters of Things You Can’t Do in the Geneva Convention. What is an Aspect, if they no longer have their powers?
In this novel, tidss see how the calculated brutality and savagery of Garrosh Hellscream turns Jaina Proudmoore from a pacifist to one intent on the path of vengeance. Besides now having a deep and abiding hate for Garrosh, I’m utterly disgusted with the Horde as a whole, including Baine and Vol’jin.
Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War by Christie Golden
The budding romance between Jaina and Kalecgos seemed out of place and a bit one sided for a good part of the book, so its inclusion made me wonder at the purpose of it.
No trivia or quizzes yet. It feels like since Stormrage Blizzard has really wanted to actually do novels that move the prludmoore forward and this one is no exception. Blizzard and Christie Tidee Deliver yet again with this book! Even though Jaina showed up and was all like, “Hey guise, sorry I was really crazy and attempted genocide five minutes ago.
That stuff aside, there were parts of the story that just didn’t make any sense. And yes, she might be a mage Enter Kalecgos, former Blue Peoudmoore Aspect. It is really amazing how much better the last few novels have been.