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Warcraft: The Official Movie Novelisation

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Product description

There’s lots to love about Warcraft. 1) The planet’s biggest and most epic fantasy games. 2) World of Warcraft – more addictive than chilli nuts. 3) A radical and game-changing new take on fantasy characters. Yeah, that’s right. Because in Warcraft, like in no other game, you can play as an orc. (Not just an evil monster, but a proud warrior.) Now the conflict is back on screen – but this time it’s a cinema screen. A film based on the legendary first Warcraft game, Orcs and Humans. And here’s the book. How did the orc-human conflict start? Why did the orcs attack Azeroth? What’s worth fighting for: family, survival, power? The answers are here. Every war has two sides.

  • The stunning book of the first ever Warcraft movie
  • Includes an insert of colour photos from the film
  • Spectacular saga of power, sacrifice, courage and conflict
  • Follows the heroes on both sides of the war for Azeroth

This book contains mature content more suitable for older readers.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781783295593

Date published

April 7th, 2016

Other details
  • 320 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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