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  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek; Reprint edition (Oct. 1 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743426908
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743426909
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 10.8 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 141 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #98,609 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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I rate this book a 5 because it is well written, on the spot details and captivating.
I recommend this book to all Warcraft fans and for the rest of the world.

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By SIKBookReviewer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 31 2013
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Lord of the Clans is the second book in the Warcraft series. However, this book has no connection with the first book and is written by a different author. The first book is Day of the Dragon by Richard A. Knaak. So, one does not need to read the first book in order to enjoy this one; Lord of the Clans works as a stand-alone book.

I do not play any of the Warcraft games, but I really enjoy the lore and the world that has been created for Warcraft. This is the story of the orc warchief Thrall. The reader sees his story from his birth up to when he becomes a warchief. The story is very fast-paced with tons of action; there is never a dull moment. But, the plot was very simple and very streamlined. I always knew the direction things were heading.

All the characters were great, and very entertaining. Although, I thought that some of the characters were a little under-developed. The writing was very simple, which made for a very quick read. Some scenes did feel a bit rushed and I wish Golden would have taken a little more time to further develop some of the characters.

I'm positive all Warcraft/World of Warcraft fans will love this book, but I also recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy books. It is a very quick but enjoyable read with tons of action to keep you turning those pages.
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By Todd on May 7 2004
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Not only is Warcraft an amazing computer game it is now an amzing series of book. Of the books in this series this i byfar my favorite. It really gives readers information on Thrall's past. It also explains parts left out in the game
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Whether you liked Warcraft the game or not, this is a good book. Written about the future lord of the Hoard who starts out as a slave to a cruel/power-hungry human, you almost watch him grow up before your eyes from a lowly peon to the 8'10 x 5 foot brute you see there on the cover.
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Many who have been long-time fans of Warcraft know about the 'Greatest Adventure Game That Never Was'. Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans was a complete departure from the traditional strategy formula of Warcraft. Becoming a point and click adventure, using cartoonish animated sequences, Blizzard Entertainment ultimately cancelled the ill-fated game due to quality assurance reasons. However, this story was far too important to the Warcraft Lore to ignore, hence it was transformed into a novel. And I must say, I am not only impressed with how the novel turned out, but I also personally feel that this is the best book in the series.
When a baby Orc, barely a year old, is found alone in the forests surrounding Durnholde, a cocky and scheming human named Blackmoore takes the baby in. Entrusting the baby to his servant, Blackmoore plans to use the Orc to his advantage. As 20 year pass, the Second War has long been over, and the once tiny and innocent baby grows up to become the mighty Thrall, raised in the care of cruel human masters, while his people whither away in deternment camps. This tale spans Thrall's life from his tragic beginnings to his final victory. Over the course of the book, familiar characters, such as the ferocious and mighty Grom Hellscream, play key roles in the development of Thrall and the story. While I do not wish to tell any more about the story than I already have, rest assured that many more familiar characters make surprising appearences in this book, as well as some of the new characters in this book making appearences in Warcraft III.
Although I must agree with what others have said about the book being somewhat predictable, I found it to be a very intriguing read. Much like Day of the Dragon before it, I found this book difficult to put down.
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I have played Warcraft since 1993 so I had to read this. If I had recognized the author's name I may not have bought it though since I hated her book "Vampire of the Mist" (1st book in the Ravenloft series). However I'm glad I read this since it provided depth and background that was sorely lacking in regards to the orcs. Instead of stupid savage brutes bent on destruction, Warcraft3 portrayed them as noble and civilized, but there wasn't too much story there (it was only a game though so I'm not complaining).
Thrall's character is completely revealed and I actually cared about him. The antagonist was well done also as I wanted Thrall to kill him, but the author didn't make him a cheesy villian type; rather he was just an abusive SOB alcoholic. It's too bad these types can't get the sword more often in real life because the author made his character so realistic that I believe she has had experience with these people.
Overall the plot was interesting, although it mainly just introduced a portion of the Warcraft world (just like the other two Warcraft books). The character development was excellent. The action was great too; it was exciting without the unbelievable heroics of a Jean Rabe character (yuck).
My only criticism is that the book weighs in at a palty 278 pages, which I blasted through in about 2.5 days (it's very easy reading). This to me was not worth the seven bones plus tax that I coughed up for it. Better to borrow it.
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