World of Warcraft e-book series kicks off Feb. 19, preview online now

The first installment in World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects, a five-part serialized e-book by Richard A. Knaak, will be available Feb. 19 for $1.99, according to the product listing on Amazon.

The miniseries explores the history of the Dragon Aspects, a group of legendary warriors who also appear in the game. The novel is set before the events of World of Warcraft, and begins shortly before they were granted their powers. According to the official World of Warcraft blog, the story follows them on their quest to take a stand against a proto-drake named Galakrond. You can read the preview ahead of the 90-page e-book's release here.

Knaak has written dozens of novels, including World of Warcraft: Wolfheart and World of Warcraft: Stormrage, as well as novels based on Diablo and Age of Conan. For more fantasy-themed properties based on video games, you can check out Dragon Age: Those Who Speak, a graphic novel set in BioWare's fantasy role-playing game universe.

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