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I really really really wanted to like this book because I thoroughly loved the rest of the books not the prequels though.

Play the games but don’t read the novels, they’re just not worth it. So sad that this book is complete garbage. An interesting world, painted with vivid imagery without clunky paragraphs of overwhelming description, Prior to reading the first book in this series I was very, very convinced that these books would end up being among the best in the worst genre to pick books from. All this space to create a very strong and vivid character ended with nothing.

Without being mentioned before? This cycle and his many other works have made him one of the best-known fantasy authors in Poland in the s. I adored and admired almost all the characters, an obvious indicator of skill on lagoo author’s behalf you know, but by the end they were made lame, “pathetic”, simple and dumb.

It’s a story about how people will always try to use others if it means they might have a chance for more power. The ending was also exceeding disappointing and quite frankly pointless.

Fans of the video games will know all too well that his day job is hunting monsters; he puts this sapkkwski for a while and embarks on a bigger quest.


La dama del lago (Saga Geralt de Rivia #7) by Andrzej Sapkowski (1 star ratings)

Now, as for the ending The world in which these adventures take place is heavily influenced by Slavic mythology. The Lady of the Lake is the final book and it brings the whole saga to an end, with Ciri finding herself in another world having gone through the Tower of Swallows and trying to get back, to find Geralt and somehow end the war that has been ravaging her home. Especially the knowledge that the game series takes the franchise to perfection, is a comfort.

But in this book we are treated to scene after scene after scene of Ciri getting sexually assaulted or someone attempting to forcibly impregnate her or marry her off. They’re collections of short stories and a lot of fun. The first 3 chapters jumped all over the place.

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The rest of the series? Ciri did not grow at all.

I have so many thoughts after reading this final installment of the Witcher saga. There were also some very confusing, short lived moments in the book that felt either rushed, or perhaps I didn’t understand them or perhaps I wasn’t meant to understand.

I did not care for this book at all.

Were you getting bored with the Witcher world? I had to force myself to co The last of book the Witcher saga and thanks God for that. Or perhaps the mythic elements were cheapened because of the omnipresence of a flamboyant Mary-Sue?

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Li ha uccisi senza senso. The story behind Cir I enjoyed all the books in the series so far and Oa have to say, this one was definitely the worst one.


The other characters are also just as flat and two-dimensional as they’ve always been. Ivana rated it did not like it Nov 01, The power to control time and space was introduced and executed terribly.

La dama del lago 1

The ending almost made this slog of a read worth it, some of which is written through viewpoints of characters about whom the reader simply llago care. It begins with a retelling of this element of the Arthurian myth, though Sapkowski gives it his own twist. It felt so very incongruous.

So they opened their big mouths So many boring chapters. He wishes it in to existence. This contains really the best of Geralt – he’s hunting monsters, there’s a great character named Renault, there’s a great deal of humour surrounding the hunting of the succubus.

Geralt exists in an ambiguous moral universe, yet manages to maintain his own coherent code of andrzeh. And then the history of the world would be different.

The thing is I wouldn’t have minded any of that had her Mary-Sueness not manipulated the plot into something mundane, something dull and dulling lgo just so mundane.

Instead of focusing on the characters like Geralt, Xama and Tris who were shamefully neglected in the previous books, Sapkowski introduces new characters who hold no significance to the plot and live years AFTER the crucial event. Some of the grammar and language is off, although this is more likely because of translation difficulties.