The twentieth book of the Warcraft series takes us to the age of dragons of which we are told that it is facing a threat of extinction and soon the age of dragons would be over as there would be no dragon left in the world. You can enjoy reading and listening to the World of Warcraft Wolfheart – Richard A. Knack right from the start.
The dragons as might as they are not shown with a pessimistic approach as they too are willing to die trying instead of just waiting for their death to approach them while they sit in their caves. The Azeroth’s kingdom no longer possess the ancient guardian in form of the dragons anymore as the youngest of the dragon losses his power and becomes nothing more than proto-dragon like his ancestors a long time ago.
The more tragic situation arises when in this pro-dragon form the dragon race confronts Galakrond the creature that enjoys killing dragons and after that quench its thirst by the blood of the dragon. The story takes us back to the origin of the dragon race as the youngest tries to find a way to fight that creature, the way its forefather adopted once after which they got their powers. The question that arises is that whether the ancient dragons were helped by a foreign power to win the war or it was their own blood that provided them with the powers that they now lack. Richard A.
Knack has portrayed the dragon world with all the details that make the story more colorful in terms of imagery and also the narration of the narrator Scott Brick gives a detailed outlook of the dragon that we can sense with the pitch and tone used by the narrator in the description of the dragon character.
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