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Shelves: fantasy My adventure with The Witcher novels continues at a breakneck pace as, like the previous books, I devoured this story in two days.
Until now. So far this is the finest entry and it features everything I love from this series. Following the finale of Time of Contempt Geralt is badly injured and was transported to Brokilon forest My adventure with The Witcher novels continues at a breakneck pace as, like the previous books, I devoured this story in two days.
Following the finale of Time of Contempt Geralt is badly injured and was transported to Brokilon forest by the enchantress Triss. Under the watchful eyes of the Dryads he is slowly regaining his health.
As soon as he feels anywhere near healthy enough he plans to rescue Ciri who everyone believes is in Nilfgaard. The truth is that Ciri has actually taken on the guise of a bandit with the pseudonym Falka operating in a Robin Hood-style posse. Milva the forest dwelling archer and Regis a barber-surgeon are two of the finest even though those descriptions give nothing away regarding what to expect from them in this narrative.
Unlike the last two books which have had a large amount of different point of view perspectives eighty-percent of this novel is following the Witcher on his mission to rescue Ciri. Geralt is initially uninclined to let anyone share his burden but comradeship does succeed towards the finale.
The conversation and banter between the members of this ensemble is excellently crafted as many of the characters are so different. Although his closest friend, Geralt, and Dandelion could not possibly be any more different and I often chuckled at their oddness reflected in their exchanges. The other sections that we follow are what is happening to Ciri at the other end of the world. We also see a few scenes from the viewpoint of certain enchantresses who seem to have a scheme under development.
There are so many standout moments and set-pieces, character development is sublime, and relationships that are frosty at best transcend any predicted outcome as the Brotherhood fight for their life and for Ciri. This entry is exceptional and as well as the finest story in The Witcher saga it is also probably in my top books of all time.
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