Looking to get into some WoW
fiction but don't have the time to read? How about an audio book? Simon & Schuster is offering World of Warcraft: Wolfheart
at 20% off from now until Wednesday, April 18. You can also listen to the prologue and the first chapter for free. Head to Simon & Schuster's website
by Richard A. Knaak was released last September, and you can check out our review of it we did back then
. As Anne Stickney said in her review:
For Alliance fans who are looking for a shot of good old-fashioned Alliance lore in the wake of Cataclysm, and for Horde fans who want to read more about the Alliance side of the Cataclysm struggle, Wolfheart is an excellent read. The events in this book hint and foreshadow things still to come in Cataclysm and beyond. Plus, we finally get to see the continuation of that ominous clash in the Ulduar trailer -- and let's face it, who hasn't been waiting to see that?
If you're looking to get started reading Warcraft
fiction in general, take a look at our chronological order of WoW fiction
to help you decide where to start.
Blizzard's full announcement, after the break.
Experience the World of Warcraft: Wolfheart Audiobook!
For a limited time (4/04- 4/18), publisher Simon & Schuster is offering World of Warcraft bibliophiles the opportunity to purchase the audiobook version of Wolfheart at 20% off through the Moontoast social commerce platform. In addition to offering this discount, readers will also be able to download audio previews of the Prologue and Chapter 1 for free on Simon & Schuster's site
About World of Warcraft: Wolfheart:
Written by New York Times bestselling author Richard A. Knaak and narrated by Scott Brick, Wolfheart chronicles a series of pivotal events in the aftermath of the Cataclysm, as conflict engulfs every corner of Azeroth. Hungering for more resources amid the turmoil, the Horde have pressed into Ashenvale to feed their burgeoning war machine. There, acting warchief Garrosh Hellscream has employed a brutal new tactic to conquer the region and crush its night elf defenders. Unless the Alliance can overcome its own political strife, the new warchief might succeed in seizing Ashenvale.
Wolfheart is also the story of King Varian Wrynn's struggle to accept the worgen of Gilneas into the Alliance and come to terms with the wolf within himself. As the Horde threat emerges in Ashenvale, Varian's ability to triumph over his own failings will determine the fate of the entire Alliance.
Interested? Then don't miss out! Head on over to Simon & Schuster's website
today to learn more.
This is the third audio book published by Simon & Schuster Audio and is part of an ongoing commitment to bring StarCraft, Diablo, and World of Warcraft fans high-quality readings of our published fiction.