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by Keith R. A. DeCandido


Warcraft - World Of Warcraft - 5 Book Collection Set (The Shattering, Thrall Twilight of the Aspects, Arthas Rise of the Lich King, Stormrage . DeCandido was born and raised in New York City to a family of librarians.

Warcraft - World Of Warcraft - 5 Book Collection Set (The Shattering, Thrall Twilight of the Aspects, Arthas Rise of the Lich King, Stormrage, Voljin) by Christie Golden (2016-05-03). He has written over two dozen novels, as well as short stories, nonfiction, eBooks, and comic books, most of them in various media universes, among them Star Trek, World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Marvel Comics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Serenity, Resident Evil, Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Farscape, Xena, and Doctor Who.

Keith R. A. Decandido. This novel takes place one year prior to World of Warcraft. But the tentative peace between orcs and humans is suddenly crumbling. It is three years after the invasion by the Burning Legion and their defeat by the combined forces of the orcs, humans, and night elves (Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos and Warcraft 3X: The Frozen Throne).

Cycle of Hatred book. Cycle of Hatred describes the relations between Theramore and Durotar, and of their rulers Jaina Proudmoore and Thrall, with a plot hatched by a demon to spice things up. This one did a better job than any of the others of actually leading readers/players into the game. So I would probably recommend this one as a go-to book for people who are new to this universe.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. This was a good book, and well worth reading, but I didn't like it as much as the other Warcraft Novels. A great book for getting into the WoW book series and Warcraft lore in general. Published by Thriftbooks.

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Once they moved from world to world in a single step, through innumerable doors that spanned the galaxy.

They were masters of space, and to those who feared them, they were demons of air and darkness. But long ago they left their empire and thei.

Cycle of Hatred is a novel by Keith . DeCandido taking place in the Warcraft universe, one year before the beginning of World of Warcraft

Cycle of Hatred is a novel by Keith . DeCandido taking place in the Warcraft universe, one year before the beginning of World of Warcraft. At the end of Warcraft 3 and Warcraft 3X, humans and orcs were allies on the continent of Kalimdor. But in World of Warcraft, the two sides are enemies again. My task with the novel Cycle of Hatred, was to help explain that change

DeCandido was born and raised in New York City to a family of librarians.

DeCandido was born and raised in New York City to a family of librarians. DeCandido Cycle of Hatred To GraceAnne Andreassi DeCandido, Helga Borck, Ursula K. . Le Guin, Constance Hassett, Joanne Dobson, and all the other women who taught me so much Acknowledgments Primary thanks must go to Blizzard Games guru Chris Metzen, whose contributions to everything Warcraft cannot be understated.

The Burning Legion has been defeated, and eastern regions of Kalimdor are now shared by two nations: the orcs of Durotar, led by their noble Warchief, Thrall; and the humans of Theramore, led by one of the most powerful mages alive -- Lady Jaina Proudmoore. But the tentative peace between orcs and humans is suddenly crumbling. Random attacks against Durotar's holdings suggest that the humans have renewed their aggression toward the orcs. Now Jaina and Thrall must avert disaster before old hatreds are rekindled -- and Kalimdor is plunged into another devastating war. Jaina's search to uncover the truth behind the attacks leads her to a shocking revelation. Her encounter with a legendary, long-lost wizard will challenge everything that she believes and illuminate the secret history of the world of...
Kendis
Well, after reading multiple 1-star critics I was expecting the worst of the worst, but for the sake of Lore I had to read it...I'ts actually not that bad. In fact, I'd even dare say it's good.

True, the author does, repeatedly and insistantly, bring his own thoughts (regarding womens place in society) and place them on our beloved characters as if they were their own, which is a huge flaw a writer should know about. It does become tiresome to hear how women have to work harder and men are mostly the "evil" ones, specially when the thoughts are the author's and not the character's.

Leaving the one big flaw aside, the story is actually good and characters are interesting. Several situations and interactions, such as tavern chat, or a "philosophical" discussion regarding fog, by a captain ship and one of his crew, get to be quite interesting. There are worthy humans, orcs, and even goblins, here and there.

I really enjoyed the plot and it's characters.
AfinaS
DeCandido, while not the worst author I have ever endured reading, is the worst of the authors who have written Warcraft books. This book was so terrible that if not for my OCD need to finish any book I start I would have been deleting it from my kindle library after the third chapter. That is around the time you will start to notice that you won't go two pages without a reference to how much harder women have to work in a mans world. DeCandido also decided to take it upon himself to change personality traits of well known lore characters to better suit his political diatribe. The only reason anyone should ever pay money for this book is only to burn every copy in existence to rid the world of this sorry excuse for a book. I would almost rather read a Stephanie Meyer novel.
Siratius
I generally love the warcraft universe but this books does some absolutely horrible things with every aspect of it. I would have actually put it down and stopped reading but I litterally forced myself to keep going just cause I love the warcraft universe and want to have knowledge of all the events that have happened in it. I'm just going to mark this one down as a nightmare of Thrall's or something.
Blackseeker
A great book. I highly recommend it for anyone who's played WoW and is into the lore. Even if your not, it's still a great book to get and read
Iseared
The book doesn't add anything new to the already existing Warcraft Lore. The story is yawn-worthy and the characters are badly portrayed. The author also feels the urge to mention that men and women are equal, like if that wasn't already established... Avoid this book, read if it you're a die-hard fan but otherwise stick to the books written by Richard Knaak and Christie Golden.
Mallador
Forcing the Alliance and Horde to be enemies once again was a poor decision in my opinion. I really wish that World of Warcraft had continued the story with them working toward peace with something else instead of once again pitting them against one another. This really hurt the story in my opinion, and this book suffered because of it.
The story wasn't very well written, but that could be due to it being an afterthought after the game was released.
Inerrace
my favorite wow book. id recommend reading it
It was a nice "side story"; it really highlights the relationship between Thrall and Jaina in which many people don't quite understand. There was also a nice appearance from other characters of lore as well as the burning legion (and there is some insight in the Trisfalens, which is nice if you're interested in the guardians of Azeroth). You do not have to have a strong background in Warcraft lore to enjoy this background.
Many of the places and creatures in the book are those that can be found in WoW, which gives a nice background and understanding of where things are happening.
Cycle of Hatred (World of Warcraft) (Bk. 4) ebook
Author:
Keith R. A. DeCandido
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Pocket Star; Pbk. Ed edition (February 1, 2006)
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