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World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects: Part I (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Richard A. Knaak
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Uncertainty plagues Azeroth’s ancient guardians as they struggle to find a new purpose. This dilemma has hit Kalecgos, youngest of the former Dragon Aspects, especially hard. Having lost his great powers, how can he—or any of his kind—still make a difference in the world?

The answer lies in the distant past, when savage beasts called proto-dragons ruled the skies. Through a mysterious artifact found near the heart of Northrend, Kalecgos witnesses this violent era and the shocking history of the original Aspects: Alexstrasza, Ysera, Malygos, Neltharion, and Nozdormu.

In their most primitive forms, the future protectors of Azeroth must stand united against Galakrond, a bloodthirsty creature that threatens the existence of their race. But did these mere proto-dragons face such a horrific adversary alone, or did an outside force help them? Were they given the strength they would become legendary for...or did they earn it with blood? Kalecgos’s discoveries will change everything he knows about the events that led to the...DAWN OF THE ASPECTS


The former Dragon Aspects are on the brink of going their separate ways to forge new destinies. As Kalecgos ponders the uncertain future awaiting his kind, he uncovers a mysterious artifact that allows him to see through the eyes of his late predecessor, Malygos. Intense visions bombard Kalecgos, transporting him to a time when the original Aspects were no more than primitive proto-dragons. Across ancient Kalimdor’s northern plains, they fought for survival against each other and a terrifying creature that dominated the era: the Father of Dragons, Galakrond. But many questions remain for Kalecgos. What are the origins of this strange artifact? Are its visions a gift, or a curse?


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Gut erzähltes Finale der Aspekte 17. März 2013
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Die vorhergehende Rezension ist reine Polemik gegen das Kindle und hat nichts mit dem Buch zu tun. Jetzt zum Buch Knaak schafft es auch hiermit wieder den Leser wieder in den Bann zu ziehen, auch wenn es nicht an die "Krieg der Ahnen / War of the Ancients-Reihe heranreicht, jedenfalls bis jetzt auf die weitern Bände bin ich jedenfalls gespannt.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Amazon-Monopol ist nicht in Ordnung 23. Februar 2013
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Nur ein Stern. Ich finde es eine Unverschämtheit, dass man bei Amazon keine eBooks kaufen kann, die auch auf anderen Readern gelesen werden können. Man ist praktisch verpflichtet, den Kindle zu kaufen. Das passt zu den zur Zeit kursierenden Geschichten über Amazon. Ich werde wahrscheinlich auf Amazon verzichten, wenn sich das Geschäftsgebaren nicht ändert. So behält man keine Kunden.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Well Done 19. Februar 2013
Von Jerry - Veröffentlicht auf
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Richard Knaak always does a good job on these books and this one is no exception. It is somewhat irritating that it is being done in several small segments instead of all at once. It would have nice to read the entire storyline as opposed to just a few chapters.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Quick read 21. Februar 2013
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I enjoyed this even though it was short. Cannot wait until book II comes out next month. I'm a huge lore fan and have all the novels, comics, short stories, graphic novels, etc and this was fun. If you are confused with this book, read Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects and then read the short story Charge of the Aspects. This short story can be found on the wow website under lore and short stories. I hope that helps and you all enjoy this as much as I!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Suddenly I understand the antipathy for Knaak's Warcraft books 18. Juni 2013
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I'm writing this review having just finished the fifth part of the series/novel chunks/whatever you want to call it, and I'm looking at the work as a whole. I came into it as a fan of Knaak, having enjoyed his work since the Dragonlance and Dragonrealm days. I've often heard people denigrate him for his Warcraft novels, which puzzled me. I wasn't pleased with some of the stuff in Wolfheart, but having now read Dawn of the Aspects, I understand why people hate on his books so much.

From the start, his characterizations are awful and inconsistent with other presentations of the characters. I haven't read the older Warcraft novels, so perhaps how Kalecgos was portrayed matches how he was at some point in the novels, but it certainly doesn't match where he and Jaina ended up at the end of Tides of War, which this follows both in publication date and the lore timeline. The little we see of modern day Alexstraza doesn't really match where she should be either. She attempted to withdraw from the world following Korialstraz's death. For her to do so again so quickly (especially quickly for a creature who has existed for at least ten thousand years) is ridiculous.

There are logical inconsistencies that are obnoxious as well and threw me out of what little immersion I was able to grasp from the story. For example, it's declared that the dragons are now infertile. Why would five individual dragons losing extra special powers (that of being the Aspects) render the entire species infertile? They are not the only dragons around, nor is it suggested that they are. The Aspects were not the only ones of their flights to reproduce either. It makes no sense at all. The various wars of the time during World of Warcraft has decimated their numbers, to be sure, but to suggest that there will be no more fertile eggs laid ever, from a species that was previously extremely fecund (witness the vast number of whelps present in the game), is ridiculous. There are other examples, ranging from small, but extremely stupid (Kalecgos finding the vision of another dragon ripping hungrily into a fish to be disturbing. He's a predator too, he'd eat in a similar fashion!), to huge (the big bad is described as having numerous functional limbs emerging from his body, but those left no evidence such as bones behind).

The conclusion seemed rather abrupt and rushed. I was 64% of the way through the fifth part when I realized how close I was to the end with no conclusion in sight. The story ends at about 92% (a huge section at the back of each part is given to repeating a bunch of stuff about World of Warcraft, which seems a bit silly, since who else would be reading these books?) It feels a bit off to have almost 10% of each chunk we are paying for not be part of the story.

While I appreciated the book being split up into parts instead of being asked to pay the ridiculous $10-15 they demand for each full e-book all at once (yeah, it ended up being about the same pricewise, but it felt better in little chunks), I would recommend staying far, far away. The time travel tropes are way overdone in Warcraft and the associated novels anyway, and this is so poorly written that it's not worth the frustration trying to make sense of it (hint: it doesn't) brings. It's sad to see what is overall such a noble group of beings in WoW treated so poorly both in writing and the lore it establishes.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Ok story, terrible format 22. April 2013
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I've read many of the books that are part of World of Warcraft canon, and I was excited to read the new Dawn of the Aspects title. The dragons and particularly the Aspects, have been such a core part of the story for so long that I was interested in seeing how they handle having their driving role in Azeroth diminished. Unfortunately no one knows the full story yet as the publisher of these titles has decided to serialize them, selling of five pieces independently over the space of a few months.

I think this is a terrible format. The pieces independently are unfulfilling, and drag the story into a series of uninteresting story arcs. Knaak is an ok writer, and true to the WoW books, the writing is not complex or gripping. This is a fast read, made less interesting by the small piece of story and need to string things along across five parts.

Do yourself a favor: if you really want to get the details, wait for the inevitable single download that comes out in the summer and get that instead.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Epicness continues 19. März 2013
Von Lars Brandsema - Veröffentlicht auf
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the vast story of Azeroth continues to jump around the world and back to the past and forward to the future, giving readers a history in which to immerse themselves in
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