Needless to say, it's a tense exchange at best. But Anduin, optimistic as always, is apparently still clinging to the belief that Garrosh can change for the better. Honestly, this is exactly the conversation I wanted to see happen when this book was announced -- Anduin very nearly lost his life when Garrosh shattered the Divine Bell, yet the Anduin we're seeing here is still bearing the glow of overwhelming optimism, despite his near brush with death. However, the excerpt is a good glimpse into the inner workings of Anduin Wrynn's mind, and Garrosh's as well. It cuts off at a point that leaves me desperately wondering what exactly will be said next, which while on the one hand is pretty irritating, on the other, it's exactly what an excerpt should do. I can't wait to get my hands on this novel.
You can read the excerpt in full on the official website -- and while you're at it, the novel is available for preorder as well, due out in May of this year. For even more information on War Crimes, be sure to check out our exclusive interview with Christie Golden from BlizzCon 2013.