Review: Jaina Poudmoore: Tides of War (World of Warcraft #11) by Christie Golden

Servillas Speaks

“All things change, whether from inside out or the outside in. That is what magic is. And we are magic too.”


I have to be honest, I have disliked Jaina’s character ever since I started playing World of Warcraft. But, I never learned the details of the event that made her so bitter and unlikeable: Theramore’s Fall. I knew her city was destroyed by the Horde, but I didn’t know any of the details, so as a big lore fanatic I decided to pick up this book. And oh, was I wrong about Jaina.

I enjoyed reading this book so much, despite being in a reading slump. Christie Golden’s writing is my favourite in Warcraft novels and it kept me from DNF’ing it or leaving it for later. I also liked the division in chapters: It was either a Horde or Alliance POV, varying between several different POV’s each…

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