Diablo III: The Order

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Deckard Cain, the last member of a secretive order known as the Horadrim, has pledged to use his knowledge and wisdom to protect mankind from doom. Now, the moment he has long feared may be coming to pass. Dark whisperings have begun to fill the air, rumblings of a demonic invasion set to tear the land apart.

Amid the mounting dread, Cain uncovers startling new information that could bring about the salvation—or ruin—of the world. His quest leads him to an unlikely ally: Leah, an eight-year-old girl feared by many to carry a fiendish curse. Is she dangerous? How is she tied to the prophesied End of Days? Cain must answer these questions and more... before it is too late.


On behalf of our Creative Development team, we're very happy to present our latest novel, Diablo III: The Order, written by author Nate Kenyon. If you haven't gotten a copy, you can find a selection of purchase options listed below.

For those of you who have read the book, we'd really enjoy reading your responses. This exciting new novel covers quite a bit of backstory surrounding Deckard Cain and Leah so please feel free to discuss the lore and share your impressions with us.

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  • An Audiobook edition is also available via iTunes.
    Interview with the author: http://www.diablofans.com/news/1212-usefulness-of-gems-legendary-gear-balancing-blue-posts-and-interview-and-review-for-the-order/
    I know that the book-making department has nothing to do with the game-fixing department but...

    poor timing blizzard, very poor timing.
    At least we know their priorities now. Although, just because they are peddling this book doesn't mean they aren't working to improve the game. I doubt the developers or engineers had much of a hand in this.

    Trying to stay optimistic here.

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