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download a cheap copy of Tides of Darkness book by Aaron Rosenberg. After killing the corrupt Warchief Blackhand, Orgrim Doomhammer was quick to seize control . All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in .. Both were covered in swirling, shifting darkness, a tide that swept across. Will the valiant Alliance prevail, or will the Horde's tide of darkness consume the last vestiges of freedom on Azeroth?.

Tides of Darkness. This novel covers the events of the Second War. Anduin Lothar knows that land is lost, and so hatches a desperate plot; take the people away and enlist the aid of humanity's rivals, the Elves and Dwarves. King Terenas summons the other leaders of his neighbour nations, and after some long discussions and planning, they agree to form the Alliance of Lordaeron. However, there are internal conflicts in the Alliance. Greymane is not willing to lend anything but token support, and Alterac is also hesitant to join.

Shelves: fantasy This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have mixed feelings about Tides of Darkness.

It had the potential to be the best book of the series out of 3, as I read them in chronological order , but unfortunately it turned out to be far from flawless. The best thing about this novel is that it shows us how the races of Warcraft started to form the Alliance and the Horde as we know them now. We see how the orcs and the trolls start to work together, Gul'Dan brings us the first set of death knights, and on the other side Rosenberg tells I have mixed feelings about Tides of Darkness.

We see how the orcs and the trolls start to work together, Gul'Dan brings us the first set of death knights, and on the other side Rosenberg tells us how the elves and the dwarves became members of the Alliance.

As these two groups are growing in numbers, and the confrontation between them become inevitable, we get to see some great battles, which is nice for sure, but unfortunately these battle scenes have some flaws.

However, more and more orcs appear, and eventually Terenas sends pigeons carrying messages to the other kingdoms. When Thoras Trollbane of Stromgarde receives the pigeon, he quickly realises that Perenolde had betrayed them.

Back in Lordaeron, Turalyon arrives at Capital City to find the orcs attacking the walls, and charges, despite knowing that the Horde force outnumbers them. However, Doomhammer gets a message from Torgus of the Dragonmaw that Gul'dan and his followers had deserted the Horde and had set sail for the Tomb of Sargeras to claim godhood and take over the Horde.

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Furious, he grudgingly orders a retreat and sends Rend and Maim out to kill the betrayers. At the Tomb of Sargeras, Gul'dan and his followers searches the tomb for the Eye of Sargeras, while Cho'gall and the Twilight's Hammer clan guards the tomb.

However, when Gul'dan reaches the eye, he is ambushed by demons. Only too late does Gul'dan realize that he had been a tool, a joke, and runs for his life, though it is in vain, in the end. Eventually, Cho'gall and his followers are defeated, and Rend and Maim returns to Lordaeron. But the Kul Tiras navy is prepared for the orcs, and manage to shoot down several of the ships.

Sadly, the red dragons come while they were about to win the battle, and the whole Third Fleet, along with Daelin Proudmoore 's oldest son, Derek , gets consumed by flames. Daelin Proudmoore, furious, tries to shoot them down, despite knowing that it is in vain.

However, when it looks like Daelin Proudmoore is going to die like his son, Kurdran Wildhammer appears once again, and kills the dragons along with his brethren. Back in Lordaeron , the Alliance is ready to attack at Blackrock Spire and to finish off the Horde once and for all.

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The battle rages for long, and Anduin Lothar and Orgrim Doomhammer clash in a titanic battle. Eventually, however, Doomhammer manages to kill Lothar and shatter his sword.

Turalyon, furious, suddenly charges at Doomhammer, ordering the Horde arrested after they are defeated. Afterwards, they head towards the Dark Portal. The Alliance are in the end victorious. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.

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Before the Storm. Like the battle of Quel'Thalas. At first the Horde is winning, then the elves and the Alliance unite their forces and they are winning, then the the two-headed ogres show up, and the Horde is winning again, then the dwarves arrive on the back of the gryphons, guess what, the Alliance is winning, but then come the dragons and they finally win the battle for the Horde. In my opinion it's not very good writing, especially when something similar happen later on again, on the seas but that time the gryphons triumphing over the dragons.

Another thing that bothered me was how Rosenberg managed the question of messaging between forces. Sometimes they message each other sometimes they don't, and I don't really understand what's the difference between these two type of situations.

Just an example: When Lothar realized that the Horde was on its way to Quel'Thalas why didn't he send a messenger to the elves? Either a bird, or a gryphon. I know the surprise factor is bigger this way, but the lack of logic undermines the credibility of the story.

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