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World of Warcraft: Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Christie Golden

Narrated By: Justine Eyre

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: August 2012

Duration: 12 hours 32 minutes

Summary:

The New York Times bestselling author of The Shattering and Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects delivers a sensational tie-in to the newest World of Warcraft game expansion.

With more than 10 million monthly subscribers, the massively multiplayer online role playing game World of Warcraft has forever altered the pop culture landscape with its ongoing, ever-expanding, action-packed epic fantasy set in the world of Azeroth-a canonical expansion of this wildly popular gaming franchise with highly acclaimed novels that continue explore an incredible world that legions of fans enter and few want to leave.
What does it take to turn the peacekeeper into a warmonger? Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War gives World of Warcraft fans the opportunity to see what happens when a beloved peacekeeper is pressed to the limit by an inconceivable horror. Will it change her forever? Break her? Or redefine her role on Azeroth? Do different times call for different ethical standards?

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  • Nicole R

    Loved it! I've read a lot of the earlier Warcraft books, Christie Golden is one of my favorite authors for the Warcraft lore. The narrator was amazing, the way she was able to distinguish all the characters was on point, and I loved all of her accents.

  • Jesse V

    Good book. Narrator even better. I have been playing World of Warcraft since 2006 so this book may appeal to me more than most. Great for any Warcraft fan.

  • JOHANN TROAN

    Fantastic book. I was hooked from the very first chapter all the way to the end. Puts any book by Knack to shame :)

  • Matt Harper

    Good book but absolutely terrible narrator. I ended up buying the book just so I could read it without the narration. Very unhappy.

  • Joseph Manuel

    Justine did a great job. The book is excellent, and the narration was done well.

  • Thomas Dobosiewicz

    Some of her pronunciations were cringe worthy, and many of her character portrayals were not much better. It may just be my personal opinions as a serious fan of Warcraft lore, but I think if someone had thought to tell her how to pronounce some of those names (Kalec) I would have been a bit less critical of her reading.

  • sarah bunton

    Great book! Horrible narrator! The narrator has the vocal range of a platypus, which makes it hard to listen to.

  • Joseph Rhees

    The book is amazing and the reader is wonderful to listen too.