Azeroth still hasn’t recovered from the Cataclysm and Deathwing’s attack as the world is threatened with war again. The famous sorceress, Jaina Proudmoore, is making efforts to improve relations between the Horde and the Alliance, but tensions between the factions continue to rise, threatening world peace.
So when the sorceress’ city, Theramore, is rumored to have stolen one of the most powerful blue dragon artifacts – the Pupil of Light, Jaina sets out to find it. She is accompanied by Kalecgos, the former Dragon Aspect.
But then Garosz Piekłorycz, the warlike Warchief of the Horde, wants to take advantage of this opportunity. It does not matter to him that his faction and the sorceress’s side were linked by an agreement made by his predecessor. Garosh’s will to conquer and to conquer the entire continent of Kalimdor go beyond such agreements. And there will be dire consequences for anyone who dares to oppose him.
The author of the book is Christie Golden, a writer World of Warcraft fans may already know from other novels in the universe. This includes such titles as Lord of the Clans, Rise of the Horde or the recently released Journey Through Azeroth – we wrote about it here . Jaina Proudmoore: The Winds of War has already appeared on the Polish market, but now, thanks to the Insignis publishing house, readers can return to it or catch up with their readers.