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    Think about a fantasy book Think about your favorite fantasy book Chances are, it included elves or maybe dwarves It probably had knights or something like them It was, most likely, heavily influenced by Tolkien, or his successors, and it was probably based, at least in part, on a certain Anglo saxon, or maybe French, sort of medieval culture And if you read fantasy, there s probably 15 or so like it on your bookshelf or your e reader of choice.So here s my recommendation put down Lord of the Rings You ve already read it Put aside that new George R R Martin It ll give him a chance to write a little further ahead, and you ll get a chance to read it again before the next one comes out Set aside your Jordan, your Eddings or even your Pratchett Do it, just for a little while Just for the 2 days or so that it will take you to devour a series of short stories that have a totally different flavor The storie...


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    A Netflix production of the Witcher is now confirmed, set to portray the book series as a TV show Despite being an adaptation abolitionist, I am actually somewhat excited People Geralt turned his head like to invent monsters and monstrosities Then they seem less monstrous themselves Arguably the least famous one among my favourite fantasy series, The Witcher Saga by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski is something of a diamond in the rough This is not something I d recommend to just about anyone, but I would call it absodamnlutely amazing without a moment of hesitation.While it is not a part of the main saga per se, The Last Wish is definitely my favourite Witcher book It s a collection of tales about a man hunting monsters for money And it s amazingly good.Like a lot of other people, I was introduced to the world of Andrzej Sapkowski through the video games The Witcher and The Witcher 2 Assassins of Kings These are easily some of the best fantasy RPG s ever made I would certainly recommend them to all the gamers here , and they made me want to know about this fascinating world.Do not make the mistake of thinking these are mere tie in novels The games were based on the books, not the other way around And not only that, but the games are sequels to the books, and thus the books should by all mean...


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    Last summer I became completely obsessed with The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt, where I took screenshots like this Add me on Steam And once I was finished with the DLC I knew I had to finally read the books to fill the void I now carry in my heart.This book was translated from Polish to English It contains seven short stories, and introduces our main protagonist in both games and books, Geralt People Geralt turned his head like to invent monsters and monstrosities Then they seem less monstrous themselves The events in these seven stories take place before Sword of Destiny, which is another short story collection, and before Blood of Elves, the first actual full length novel in this series Just like the video games, The Witcher world is so magical, whimsical, full of twists, and it never disappoints Two of these stories are so very important in understanding why Geralt feels the way he does about two very predominant characters that are talked about in much greater detail later in this world And seeing Geralt and Yen s origin story gave me all the feels sorry Triss fans, but gtfo I m going to break down each story with my personal feelings and beliefs There will be SPOILERS ahead So, please be cautious while reading, if you have not read this short story collection and do not wish to be spoiled on the events that lead up to the main story and video games In order to become a wi...


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    People, Geralt turned his head, like to invent monsters and monstrosities Then they seem less monstrous themselves When they get blind drunk, cheat, steal, beat their wives, starve an old woman, when they kill a trapped fox with an axe or riddle the last existing unicorn with arrows, they like to think that the Bane entering cottages at daybreak is monstrous than they are They feel better then They find it easier to live It is my personal belief that when it comes to myths nobody beats Ancient Greeks Those are widely known and appear from time to time in literature Cerberus I mean Fluffy in the first Harry Potter book for example Thanks to Tolkien however the majority of fantasy written since his magnum opus borrows heavily from Celtic mythology I can only think of Arabian jinns as another mainstream example of a mythological being While not as well known as the examples above when it comes to myths and fairy tales Slavic people can give others good run for their money Consider the following guys and girls Koschei the Immortal A traditional bad guy as his name implies he is immortal and as such cannot be killed by any conventional means His downfall is his weakness to young beautiful women He u...


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    I tried to make this short I really did I failed I really did. One thing before we begin this thing I had never heard of this book series author until my Canadian Nemesis aka Evgeny the Sometimes Wise One read it it him And given that 1 The Sometimes Wise One s book taste is not e...


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    Fantasy isn t really my thing, but this was enjoyable enough It s nice to read some non English fantasy, especially since this didn t seem to be as influenced by the usual Tolkien style stories as most English written epic fantasy A few of the stories were casually misogynistic, but there were also some really good ones in here as well The second half is much, much better than the first.The Voice of Reason 3 5Kind of an interstitial story, broken up into chapters between each other story A clever way to tie it all together into a cohesive novel, comprised of several mostly unconnected stories.The Witcher 3 5I enjoyed the world built here, and the concept of a striga being born of a curse, etc Sort of a tragic story, but seems to be a good introduction to the Witcher Little girl monster idea seems a little played out, but whatever.A Grain of Truth 2 5Sort of like a twisted Grimm fairy tale The casual misogynistic tone that this one took was pretty bothersome, and Geralt s code isn t really making sense to me yet It seems to just be whatever the plot needs it to be He takes pity on a man who is turned into a monster by the priestess that he raped, and then saves him from his new girlfriend who TA DA turns out to be a monster who is just using him for protection So far there s a theme of women being evil.The Lesser Evil 1 5The monster that Geralt has to kill in this one is literally just a woman trying to exact revenge on a wizard who conspired...


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    Hmmmm, I listened to this on audio instead of reading my paperback and the sound was really low so I didn t catch all of it I know I m going to have dad pick me up some proper headphones for the tablet If I order some they will be wrong and blow things up I enjoyed the stories of Geralt and I really, really, really want to play the game But I was told it was only for PS4 and I have PS3 That sucks, really, really, really sucks I don t know if or when I could ever get a PS4 so I shall wait I also think I could be in love with Geralt, don t judge me I fall in love with lots of them in my books, so there Anyhoo, I m going to read the rest of them and not try the audio from Overdri...


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    Overall pretty fun There were some generic epic fantasy issues, especially mundane sexism, which was boringly rampant The dialogue was also pretty uneven, had way too much exposition, and varied wildly in tone, but some of that at least had to be the translator s fault.But the mythology was great, and it opens up some great mysteries for the series I particularly liked the references to and retellings of old myths a lot was there something about an evil Snow White The world feels expansive and alive thanks to the glimmers of myth and history we re given.And obviously Geralt the witcher is a super cool character, roaming the wor...


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    The Last Wish, first published in Polish in 1993 and later in an English edition in 2007 by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, is a cool and different approach to high fantasy, distinct from Tolkien inspired adventures.More akin to urban fantasy, Sapkowski s The Witcher Wied min , was published in Fantastyka, Poland s leading fantasy literary magazine and the protagonist, Geralt of Rivia, is closer to Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden than to Aragorn.A witcher is kind of a cross between a sorcerer and a fighter with special training allowing him to fight and kill monsters.Sapkowski crafts together a series of connected shorter works with a framing story as Geralt recalls past adventures There are various references to central European Grimm s fairy tal...


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    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Before picking up The Last Wish, I was briefed by my friends on what to expect, prepared to experience a pulp fiction story similar to Robert E Howard s Conan and Michael Moorcock s Elric, so I was not surprised to find this novel a frame tale collecting a series of unrelated short stories Certainly, I could see that there was an overarching plot right under the surface, but the fascinating thing about this volume was the unique spin on old fairy tales, the compelling introduction to the main character And so for the type of book it was this initial installment of The Witcher series was was a damn fine read.The protagonist, Geralt of Rivia, is a witcher A man trained and transformed to hunt and destroy monsters In his world, monsters few though they may be still torment humankind, and to be rid of their threat, nobles and commoners alike are willing to employ witchers to hunt down and destroy these creatures But though he and his fellow witchers are useful, Geralt s kind is not loved, but viewed as a necessary evil at best, charlatans at worst Even worse is the reality th...

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