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La dama del lago (Saga Geralt de Rivia #7) by Andrzej Sapkowski (2 star ratings)
What an odd way to get the characters out of the situation. The events may seem far removed from the legend the title of the book references. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Here is why- the plot was wrapped up only with Ciri in mind. My least favorite volume in the series.
Yes, it would have been incredibly sad, even xel devastating, but their getting saved, it just kind of cheapened the end, to be honest. Hopefully much was lost in translation. With the development of Ciri, and couple of other things. We come to the end of the Witcher series, and I say thank Belzebub for sapkowksi. Seeing that she was trapped and at his mercy, the Elven king had proposed a bargain: Feb 21, Isabel Bitterblau rated it really liked it.
Not a bad thing of course. The main character of The Witcher alternative translation: The timeline jumps all over the place in this one, leaving you not always sure where you are. In the middle of all this, Geralt and his companions are also continuing their search for Ciri, but with the recent abduction and imprisonment of Yennefer, the Witcher now has even more troubles on his hands.
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Talking about the world of the Witcher. Presvedcilo ma to uz v zivote nevziat do ruky knihy o zaklinacovi. I had to force myself to continue reading and be finally done with the book the saga.
I’m going to talk about some spoilers, so I’m going hide them. Instead of focusing on the characters like Geralt, Yennefer 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. I know she is supposed to be the main character from the very beginning, so no problem with that, but was it necessary to kill off anyone else who had no place in her “happy” ending?
This is the final tale in the dark fantasy series The Witcher, and all though it had a decent start the ending will, no doubt, disappoint many readers. What I hate the most is what happened to Ciri in the end.
The cost, the lag of war – were all deserving of the exposition Sapkowski gave them. Eighteen years after its original publication in Polish, this concluding volume of The Witcher series finally has its official English translation. Emhyr has murdered countless individuals and literally plunged a continent into war and more in order to obtain Ciri, so the site of tears changing his mind is mind-bogglingly unbelievable.
She’s salkowski a woman to take this in her stride. The fantasy elements in here are predominantly dark and twisted. This whole book is concerned with the impact of legend, and the story of the witcher and the sorceress and the witcher girl having passed into myth.
In part because I can’t even fathom how the author wrote another story in this world, with Geralt, unless it was to go back somewhere else in the timeline. Dwma problem with this series is lagl it felt like one ENORMOUS tumour had begun to manifest in it by the end of the second book, and grew to full form at the fifth.
They’re simply people with a slightly more interesting story to them, and even their story depends on everyone they’ve met, even briefly. However, this time round Sapkowski goes off on some major tangents, not always leading anywhere and making me lag what the purpose was.
There are still no women who get along with other women, they all wish to sleep with Sapkowsii or kill any other woman who desires the same and the fact that we are supposed to believe that Geralt and Yennifer’s “love” is true and wonderful is ridiculous considering that in The Last Wish spoiler in the title, by the way Geralt wishes for Yennifer’s love.
I run a real risk of going on an endless ramble with this review so let’s impose some structure. Yet, when it comes to the end, that same author chooses to write a half a page ending to a character, developed during few hundred pages and dedicate 80 pages to a single fight scene?! Without spoiling it for anyone, the ending was bad, so was the character development.
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Lady of the Lake [Nov 1, ]. I was really disappointed with this novel. You never really get a feel for why Regis was with them, and Cahir doesn’t really have a moment that feels like it wraps up his arc. Sapkowski has been particularly ruthless to his characters and to us by extension in this final installment. Refresh and try again. Over time, the series lost its endearing wit and charm and became overly detailed, bleak, and ridden with political turmoil.
There is no need to read the books in order, the “plot” is so easy to follow regardless of book. The ending is dreamlike and ambiguous as a result. While these novels were never exactly flattering towards women, they never left me this disgusted.
Everything It’s kinda hard for me to talk about this book right now.
La dama del lago 2 – Andrzej Sapkowski – Google Books
The problem of the last two at least books of the saga is that there are unnecessary long. All the characters, good and bad die off sapkowaki fire, and other than Ciri vs. And of those 8 books, countless pages were told about each important character.