Review of Wolfheart, by Richard A. Knaak

Let’s face it: The Alliance has kind of gotten the shaft this expansion, from a story perspective. Oh sure, you can talk about the Dwarves of Ironforge and the assorted conflicts in Ashenvale and even the druids up in Hyjal with Nordrassil. But when you simply look at Cataclysm and everything that’s come out of it, the Horde has seen more development and story than the Alliance, to the point of having the upper hand in the continual conflict between Alliance and Horde. The Alliance simply hasn’t had much given to it in the way of novels, beyond the tales of the Worgen race and the leader short stories on the Warcraft website.

That pretty much ends with Wolfheart, the newest Warcraft novel by Richard A. Knaak. For those who were tired of hearing of Thrall’s exploits or the exploits of the Horde in general, Wolfheart is very much the book for you. Though we haven’t witnessed any particularly huge conflicts with the Alliance in game — instead being treated to the somewhat chilly reception of Garrosh Hellscream and his plans for the Horde — it doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been any to speak of. In fact, there’s far more going on behind the scenes with the Alliance than anyone could have guessed.

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