“Good things, when short, are twice as good.”
‘Twas a nice sunny day in 2002 when I first set my eyes upon the shiny new book, just laying there on the bookstore counter, taunting me, “Remus. Remus. Come to me. Buy me. You know you want to.” And I did. At the time, I was really into the whole WarCraft stuff and I had only just begun playing Reign of Chaos. I liked the story of the game and its continue that The Frozen Throne gave us. I had already read Day of the Dragon by Richard A. Knaak, which review you can find here and Lord of the Clans by Christie Golden. They were a part of a trilogy that would give us some WarCraft pre-story and Knaak’s novel told an irrelevant to the game story about the black dragon Deathwing, while Golden’s novel was about the rise of Warchief Thrall. So, what could this novel – this Last Guardian – be about?
The Last Guardian