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To ask other readers questions about Czas pogardyplease sign up. Can I read this series starting with this and still have a grasp on what’s going on? The ‘short story’ description is misleading, as it consists of a frame-story …more You should start with The Last Wish, which introduces the character. The ‘short story’ description is misleading, as it consists of a frame-story interspersed with flashbacks to formative past events.
Sword of Destiny is out as an ebook and only comes out in paperback in December, unfortunately in the US. If you just wanted to read the main saga, you would start with Blood of Elves, but I really recommend starting with The Last Wish. See all 4 questions about Czas pogardy….
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This is my favorite book in the series so far. Ciri and Geralt really go through some difficult changes which makes this novel all the more interesting. Though the focus is split halfway between Ciri and Geralt, This is my favorite book in the series so far.
Though the focus is split halfway between Ciri and Geralt, Ciri’s tale is more interesting this time around. Her story manages to go through quite a lot of settings and conflicts over the course of the novel, which I really enjoyed. For the first half of the book, things aren’t happening as much as they are revealed. Yet when things finally kicked off, the book was impossible to put wiatrh. The reader gets to spend time in a relatively central position during the inciting incident, and most of the story after that — up close and personal, instead of the diatru description narrative afterwards.
Andrzej Sapkowski’s writing, as always, is impressive. Whoever did this translation took painstaking care to make sure that the result is well written and beautiful. It is a disturbing and rothtuss political novel about parrick life might really be like in a traditional fantasy world.
It is a deconstruction of traditional fantasy tropes and it is a devastating critique of the racism, sexism and nationalism that have done so much damage to our world, and which are casually reproduced in much traditional fantasy. Yet though the book is gritty as hell, it’s also rothfuzs, charming, and intimate. It’s playful with the source material, not dismissive of it.
This only makes its core pessimism all the more arresting. Everything about this book is intriguing: There are no eothfuss truths, and by the end of the book — I can honestly say I am beautifully confused and excited for the next novel. The ending is a bit strange and unexpected, but I need to read the next book to properly judge.
Nevertheless, an amazing read! A mi me encanta, se hace una gozada leerlo.
Una saga de diez. I feel like doing a super informal review for this one, just because this writer makes me feel so many feelings and The Witcher is on the fast-track to becoming my favourite series so quickly that I don’t know how to put my thoughts into presentable order. So here’s a bunch of words for you, and a few run-on sentences most likely. It’s not gushy, I promise, just ineloquent.
My review of The Blood of Elves is probably a better recommendation of the series. Ciri, Geralt, and Yennefer are some of my I feel like doing a super informal review for this one, just because this writer makes me feel so many feelings and The Witcher is on the fast-track to becoming my favourite series so quickly that Wiatrk don’t know how to put my thoughts into presentable order.
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Ciri, Geralt, and Yennefer are some of my favourite literary characters. I don’t ship anyone in anything more than I ship Geralt and Yennefer. I even enjoy Triss and Geralt a little.
I think I love Ciri as much as I love Daenerys. Not represented, because they were always developed, but I definitely thought some rothfusa was going on. That has been remedied for me with The Blood of Elves and The Time of Contempt, and I think I’ll go back to that previous review and make note of that.
I honestly didn’t expect my mind to change on that one.
Sapkowski is actually really good at writing developed female characters, and there are many of them. The politics in this series are also easy to understand but unpredictable, which is ideal. They’re not as complex as something George R. Martin would write, but they’re not as basic as “these two countries are at war, here’s a story about some characters who are involved”. The minimal magic is also totally up my alley.
I love fantasy, but I’ve never been a huge fan of magic in the genre. The Witcher mutation is super cool though, and when view spoiler [ Ciri used her magic in the desert hide spoiler ] I lost my shit. Overall though I love that these are fothfuss supernatural than magical. My favourite part was probably the desert. I’ve never enjoyed a desert scene more than I enjoyed that one and I just had a terrible reading experience with another book set in a desert and was not primed or excited when Sapkowski started describing that setting.
There were just some great character building moments in that chapter, and it reminded me a little bit of some of the short stories in the anthologies, with there rothfjss monsters and all. The novels are bigger picture than those, so I get it.
Switching tones now, and I don’t have a proper segue. I think it was implied in Blood of Elves that Ciri was attracted to Geralt, in that childish innocence kind of way. She was very jealous of Yennefer, and both Yenn and Triss kind of hinted at Ciri’s infatuation. At least that’s my take. I doubt it’s going anywhere, but I thought it was fun to read because it makes sense.
This man rescues her from helplessness and trains her to be a badass; naturally she’s going to be jealous of this beautiful woman that Geralt also gives attention to. It’s totally normal for girls to have crushes on older people they idolize. My shipper wiiatru sort of wishes they were a thing, but like not actually?
The Time of Contempt (The Witcher, #4) by Andrzej Sapkowski (5 star ratings)
I was a little upset about the ending of this one, but I understand how it happened. I wasn’t going to comment on it but ahh, Sapkowski just makes me care too much. So here’s for the icky bit.
If Ciri is bisexual I’d be totally up for it. More LGBT characters in fantasy please! Mistle female saves Ciri from being raped by Kaleigh male but then rapes her herself. This little girl is scared and alone, about to be raped by this dude. Along comes this woman who sends him packing, putting herself in the position of saviour, then lays down with Ciri herself. She’s already traumatized and Mistle seems the better option over Kaleigh. Ciri who is young, scared, and curious is kind of into it for a second, which happens to people and makes sense, but Mistle totally took advantage of her.
I think he wrote it well, more subtly and less glorifying than many authors. I’m not sure what I expected. All of the relationships are so angsty that Ciri was going to have something bad happen to her at some point.
I’m happy that the author doesn’t shy away from that shit. If the next book picks up in the same place, or if the incident is ever mentioned again, I hope that he treats things properly. He’s been really good with his female characters so far, but I’m still nervous. I just feel so bad for Ciri. Who knows, maybe it’s never mentioned again.
It just seems like he was setting up The Rats to be characters in the next one, which I’m up for. Maybe I’m a horrible person but I enjoy being made to feel like crap over my favourite characters.
Just handle it well, please. I know that characters don’t rothfusz love interests to be interesting, especially in this genre, but Yennefer and Geralt are just such a fascinating love story that I expect it out of Sapkowski to do something like that for Ciri, who now seems to be his main character. I just want her to fall in love with some awesome character, male or female.
Give me that please! I recommend this series! Martin fans, get it. Patrick Rothfuss fans, get it maybe? This series has that character growing up and learning their craft element, just seems like a similar subgenre.