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Still good, still slow paced Not to mention the vanity and “hidden” nymphomania of almost all female characters in the series. Since the 5th novel things have been rapidly going down to slope. So they opened their big mouths So many boring chapters.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I strongly disagree with the high average rating. It wraps up the story of Geralt the Witcher and Ciri the child of destiny and it does so with the artful, humorous and intelligence lzgo characterises the rest of the series. Feb 21, Isabel Bitterblau rated it really liked it. And if you don’t like the ending In spite of everything, it was well worth it to see this saga through to the end. The writing is gorgeous, more like a beautiful mosaic of vignettes than a straight linear experience.
Want to Read saving…. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I would have lzgo that he and Yennefer remained dead rather than be resurrected. 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.
And while I enjoyed the books, the last few were a CRAWL to get through, especially this one, with a few redeeming moments. Norma Desmond puts it best: I originally read this as a fan translated pdf, before it was officially released in the U.
A ventiqua Mi fa quasi male al cuore dare una sola stella alla saga di Geralt. Long scenes about war which is not so interesting. I only recommend this to those that have read all the previous books in the series; this is most certainly a conclusion, as weak as it was, rather deel a stand-alone novel.
This series has surprised me pleasantly in many ways, from how the story lines diverge and connect to how the author experiments with different writing techniques, but most importantly in what rich characters are developed in this series.
It’s disheartening, because I really, really wanted so much more for such a promising character and for such a promising end to a beautifully-written world.
Fanfiction written with increasingly faltering bouts of creativity, by the way, because you know, it’s always great to draw from myth and folklore when writing fiction, but to do so in a way that it seems like copy and pasting, rather than re-telling or bringing new colour to the story, just honestly cheapens it. Less of Nimue, Pretty Kitty, etc See 2 questions about La dama del lago….
InSapkowski won the prestigious Polityka’s Passport award, which is awarded annually to artists who have strong prospects for international success.
Even secondary characters have their own lives to lead, and are not there to support the main characters. Better than the previous volume. Un finale di serie un po’ fiacco e leggermente deludente. Pretty weird coming from a girl that went through training at Kaer Morhen and was constantly subjected to fairly harsh training.
A throwaway plot about the black plague, a confusing account of a major battle, a lot of long, boring conferences where treaties are hammered out, the intolerance of humans towards other races – it’s all so glum, so boring, so negative, and Sapkowski seems to have given up trying to write an engaging story but instead trying to go for something deeper in a hamfisted way – just very disappointing.
Nov 06, Letsea rated it really liked it. As has been said before, you may make free use of it. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. If it were up to me, I would also have axed much of the ending. The ending is dreamlike and ambiguous as a result. Djisktra also has a random POV, which was front loaded with an info dump, and while it had a powerful conclusion still felt like a needless conclusion when the story wrapped up, and broke up the actual narrative.
I see nothing special about her-except this ridiculous ability-and she hasn’t changed during the course of this series. Well, in the case of The Lady of the Lake, my thoughts were mixed.
The star ratings I have given the books are more based on the quality of the ideas behind the saga than on the actual writing Kill me out of my misery. I finally decided to just put it down instead of slogging through the rest. A incredible series, full of amazing characters.
Lots happens, yes, but as far as plot progression, it often feels like a single book takes place over a couple days, and not a lot gets accomplished by the end. Play the games but don’t read the novels, they’re just not worth it.