You got to try the blood elf area.
johnnliu wrote this review on .
Ghostlands is just beautifully done. You start with this whole zone in trouble, and a new town that desperately needs your help.
Along the way, you follow through the numerous quest lines, pushed back the scourge as well as the trolls. Finally as you finish up all the quests there are, the experience will cumulate to a final showdown with a relatively difficult boss (5-man group required, but not an instance) - which is a great lead-up to future instance encounters for new players.
As you wrap up in Ghostlands, you have a real sense of accomplishment. You saved a zone, you propelled blood elves' standing in the horde, you gain exalted reputation with a faction, and walk away with 2 really nice blue items (weapon + cloak).
And you get send to Undercity, where Lady Sylvannas sings a song (so pretty much a CG ending at level 20).
I felt like end-game at level 20. It really was that great. Sadly from level 20-60 I'll have to join up and quest with the existing horde areas.
All the fun experiences of leveling a new character returned.
I read a few reviews that are somewhat negative, I feel people who say "it's nothing new" or "it's just the same thing" didn't really sit down and try to enjoy all the new content. If you forced your way through all the new content within 1 week - it won't be fun.