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DOWNLOAD War Crimes î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ ❮Reading❯ ➽ War Crimes ➶ Author Christie Golden – Alliance and Horde forces have stripped Garrosh Hellscream one of the most reviled figures on Azeroth of his title as warchief His thirst for conuest devastated cities nearlHe will stand trial for his transgressions Renowned leaders from across the world have gathered to witness this historic event As the trial unfolds agents of the bronze dragonflight present shocking visions of Garrosh's atrocities For many of those in attendance these glimpses into history force them. As a world of warcraft nerd this is probably the best warcraft novel I've read I haven't read that many but still It gives face time to all of the racial leaders apart from Blood Elves who were notable absent I mean the guy had a single line but then literally never got mentioned again Very odd for one of the most highly played races but oh wellIf you're not into warcraft there's no real reason to read this book and if you know absolutely nothing of warcraft then I imagine this would be highly confusing

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Alliance and Horde forces have stripped Garrosh Hellscream one of the most reviled figures on Azeroth of his title as warchief His thirst for conuest devastated cities nearly tore the Horde apart and destroyed countless lives throughout theWORLD OF WARCRAFT® Now on the legendary continent of Pandaria. War Crimes  is the thirteenth book in the World of Warcraft novel franchise transitioning us from the Mists of Pandaria expansion to Warlords of Draenor Lore wise this takes place after the the Siege of Orgrimmar after the Alliance Horde and Pandaren have united to defeat Garrosh after he has poisoned the Vale of Eternal Blossoms a place that was not even open to the world until recently Before and After Vale of Eternal Blossoms Credit Tenton HammerAnd this is why the Horde can't have nice thingsWarning Spoilers aheadIt's a bit awkward reviewing a novel for a game franchise particularly since it can be hard to tell where Golden's influence ends and where the story developers' begins in terms of allotting credit good or bad to story decisions For the purposes of this review I will just refer to Christie Golden as the author responsible for the story decisions in the novel Garrosh's Defense The Job That No One Wants

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War CrimesTo relive painful memories and even uestion their own innocence or guilt For others the chilling details stoke the flames of their hatred Unbeknownst to anyone shadowy forces are at work on Azeroth threatening not only the court's ability to mete out justice but also the lives of everyone at the tria. I finally got around to reading this and I just have to get it out of the way and say it's amazingWhenever someone asks me for fantasy recommendations I try to remember to recommend the Warcraft series I suppose it helps that I've played the games all the way back since the beginning of the real time strategy games because it means that I know a lot of the lore and history of the universe and recognize the characters But even without that I think any fantasy lover would enjoy WarcraftIt's just so vast There's than two decades of world building here with plots subplots and histories running deeper than you can imagine Nearly all of it focuses on the conflict between the races of the Horde orcs trolls and tauren among others and the Alliance humans dwarves and elves to name a few It's amazingThis book reads like a fantasy version of 12 Angry Men when the orc and former warchief Garrosh Hellscream is put on trial for multiple counts of various crimes Both the Horde and Alliance gather to take part in the trial which is led by the Pandaren both to accuse him and to defend him which might turn out to be the difficult taskI've sinced stopped playing Warcraft for now but the events in this book were some of the last I enjoyed which happen between the end of the Pandaria expansion and the beginning of the Warlords of Draenor and it's amazing to read this as a sort of 'behind the scenes' kind of thingAs per usual Golden Christie's writing is amazing By far my favorite Warcraft author not doubt You'll want to keep reading both for the fascinating trial but also for all the intricate character development you experience along the way I think this might be my favorite book after ArthasHighly recommened for any Warcraft or fantasy fan