Christie Golden – World of Warcraft: Arthas – Rise of the Lich King

The book World of Warcraft fans have been clamoring for – the true story behind one of the Warcraft universes most terrifying villains, Arthas the Lich King.

Author Christie Golden does for Arthas what she once did for the Orc Lord Thrall in the best-selling Warcraft: Lord of the Clans, in another epic exploration of one of the key characters from the 11-million subscriber massively multiplayer online role-playing game.

Author: Christie Golden
Narrator: Christie Golden
Duration: 11 hours 52 minutes
Released: 19 Dec 2003
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Language: English

User Review:

arse gloomy

Golden writes a great, gripping, and detailed story here. The surroundings are painted with precision, and events are explained more than thoroughly, leaving no stone unturned. But the delivery of the content seemed lackluster for the most part. There were times where anguish and anger were expressed excellently by Golden, but for the most part, the narration seemed feeble, almost teetering on a sense of sadness and crying that was wrought with emotion when the storyline and the context did not yield such a feeling. There was much unknowing and power written into the story, but it would seem otherwise with the tone of this iteration of the audiobook as it was. That being said, the book was written well and worth an actual read.