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Ghostlands (Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy, Book 3) Paperback – March 13, 2007

4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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From Publishers Weekly

Knaac and Kim's manga-styled trilogy, set in the world of the massively multiplayer online game World of Warcraft, wraps up in kinetic fashion with this volume. Blue dragon Kalec is sent to investigate a mysterious surge of magic; it could be the Sunwell, the pool of energy that exploded when the dark elf Dar'Khan tried to steal its powers for himself. Trapped in human form by a collar placed on him by the elf in battle, Kalec is befriended by a young girl named Anveena, who loses her parents and home in an attack aimed at the dragon. Anveena, who holds a key to the mystery of the Sunwell, is kidnapped by Dar'Khan; Kalec and his crew journey to recover her, in the process gaining the aid of the elf Lor'themar and his men. There is a massive showdown battle, with the requisite posturing and bravado banter, Dar'Khan being the worst offender—"My power shall spread beyond Azeroth, to realms merely whispered of! It will be glorious!" In its wake is an optimistic finale that leaves the drawbridge wide open for sequels to this trilogy. Kim's artwork is intricate and busy, virtually every page packed with detail. Action scenes are big and intense, often filling pages or entire spreads to make for a satisfying read. (Mar.)
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Tokyopop (March 13, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595327142
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595327147
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,042,885 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Adam Hawkins on April 11, 2007
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The third and final installment in the sunwell trilogy was everything I had come to expect from famed author Richard A. Knaak. The story was not only compelling and completely entrenched and flowing with the warcraft universe but the twists and surprises were a pleasant jolt to the story as well. And the Amazing artistic abilities of Kim Jae-Hwan were nothing short of Breath taking and incredible. If I could give them more than 5 out of 5 I would. I hope this isn't the last team up of this amazing duo in the warcraft universe in manga.
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even though I didn't really like the first two books that much I bought it anyways because I'm slightly obsessive compulsive about completing sets (damn you Poke'mon, and damn you video game based achievements). Now you all know how I trick myself into buying manga I don't even want. I took all three books on the train in Tokyo to read while we traveled 3 hours to Japan's Ikea. The third book was actually a pretty good conclusion to s simple hockey storyline. The art was a little less detailed than the first two books, I guess the artist was getting bored. The summary at the beginning of the third book was a copy of the second book, nothing new. I felt like I paid for the same thing twice. My favorite part of this book is a single frame with a zombie with him saying "Hurr" with googiley eyes. I laughed on the train and Japanese people stared at me.

Overall, I think unless you play war craft you will think this is a pretty lame manga. You might like the art, but you will seek to read the novels or play the games to get a better idea why their are giant cow people, which they don't even say he is a Tauren. There is a lack of Gnomes, and the orcs are displayed in about 10 frames of the whole series. You would think the orcs would have a bigger role in any Warcraft books, because they were one of the main races of the series from the beginning. Overall, I didn't like the storyline, but the art and my nerdy interest in Warcraft kept me going.
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Ah well fitting ending to a trilogy that has both awesome drawing by Jae Hawn Kim and (allthough relativly short)a rich story. Nice battles and story plots come together in a good finishing book of the trilogy. For the enthousiast a nice 3rd book and ending of the story. Too bad its the final part, because I think there could be much more of these stories.
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The third and final book of the Sunwell Trilogy was pleasing to me. While I thought the first two books were pretty shallow as far as the plot goes, this one had a somewhat deeper feel. As the story reaches its climax, with the Sunwell's power being revealed, the action actually gets pretty intense. Also, the addition of a couple of cool new characters (especially Sylvanas) gives more depth and details more of the background for the story. So, props for Knaack for finishing off the series with some substance.

As before, the art is the major selling point for these books. Jae-Hwan's talent is amazing and really brings the story to life.
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By AMWord on February 6, 2014
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I got this book for my brother who is a World of Warcraft fan and book reader. He enjoyed it.
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Fun, easy read.
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great book
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