Being tied to World of WarCraft, Stormrage by New York Times Bestseller author Richard A. Knaak automatically goes into the Gaming-Related Category and competes against all trade and paperback books that are also game-related.
Under the Gaming-Related Category, Stormrage got the # 2 position against other four contenders of heavy-weight:
- 1. Warhammer 40,000: A Thousand Sons, Graham McNeill (Black Library)
2. World of Warcraft: Stormrage, Richard A. Knaak (Gallery)
3. Warhammer 40,000: Soul Hunter, Aaron Dembski-Bowden (Black Library)
4. Forgotten Realms: The God Catcher, Erin M. Evans (Wizards of the Coast)
5. The Forgotten Realms: Pirate King: Transitions, Book Two, R. A. Salvatore (Wizards of the Coast)
The winners on this category were compiled with data from Bakka-Phoenix Books (Canada), Barnes & Noble (USA), Borderlands (CA), Borders Bookstores (USA), McNally Robinson (2 in Canada), Mysterious Galaxy (CA), Saint Mark’s (NY), Toadstool (NH), Uncle Hugo’s (MN), University Bookstore (WA), White Dwarf (Canada). Data period: March 2010.
Like many other WarCraft lore fans, get yourself this Cataclysm-expansion tie-in which reveals who has been behind the Emerald Dream’s Nightmare all along as a puppet of the Old gods. The hardcover novel marks the return of Malfurion Stormrage after getting rescued by Tyrande Whisperwind and Broll Bearmantle. Special appearances: Eranikus, King Varian Wrynn, Shandris Feathermoon, Archdruid Fandral Staghelm and many known others from the MMO game.