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Summary Wieża Jaskółki ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ The world has fallen into war Ciri the child of prophecy has vanished Hunted by friends and foes alike she has taken on the guise of a petty bandit and lives free for the first time in her life But the net around her is closing Geralt the Witcher has assembled a group of aF the war have sent brutal mercenaries to hunt her down Her crimes have made her famous There is only one place left to run The tower of the swallow is waitin. This is a story about family friendship love and loyalty It’s funny heartwarming and sarcastic It’s brutal unforgiving and disturbing It’s also relentless in the way it keeps expanding the infinite grayscale that drives the actions and choices of the characters; with believable character interactions You need to be one hundred percent focused to keep up with the twist turns and time jumps if you’re able to keep that focus the story told is absolutely fantastic I really like the writing style of the author The story and the characters are extremely captivating I am impressed by how Sapkowski creatively plays with different narrative techniues The Witcher’s storyline is told in a series of diary entries written by Dandelion most of Ciri’s part of the story is told as a series of courtroom testimonies and flashbacksA new character Leo Bonhart the vicious bounty hunter has some terrifying scene as is the gladiator scene set in a coliseum At the end of the book there’s a spectacular battle in which Ciri is on ice skates

Wieża JaskółkiF the war have sent brutal mercenaries to hunt her down Her crimes have made her famous There is only one place left to run The tower of the swallow is waitin. This is a story about family friendship love and loyalty It’s funny heartwarming and sarcastic It’s brutal unforgiving and disturbing It’s also relentless in the way it keeps expanding the infinite grayscale that drives the actions and choices of the characters; with believable character interactions You need to be one hundred percent focused to keep up with the twist turns and time jumps if you’re able to keep that focus the story told is absolutely fantastic I really like the writing style of the author The story and the characters are extremely captivating I am impressed by how Sapkowski creatively plays with different narrative techniues The Witcher’s storyline is told in a series of diary entries written by Dandelion most of Ciri’s part of the story is told as a series of courtroom testimonies and flashbacksA new character Leo Bonhart the vicious bounty hunter has some terrifying scene as is the gladiator scene set in a coliseum At the end of the book there’s a spectacular battle in which Ciri is on ice skates

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Wieża Jaskółki Á Free for the first time in her life But the net around her is closing Geralt the Witcher has assembled a group of allies determined to rescue her Both sides o. Tower of Swallows is another great instalment to the Witcher series Though I love it and think it's a great book I have a few issues with this●I didn't like the way the story is told●Geralt was barely in this the part that he was in was almost inconseuential●The writing is below average I think it has something to do with the translationApart from the above I pretty much like everything about this book Just how Baptism of Fire was Geralt's book this is Ciri's book The plot follows Ciri's life after the Rats were killed It isn’t the evil and indecent who are flung down into the depths no Oh no The evil and decisive fling down those who are moral honest and noble but maladroit hesitant and full of scruples Ciri was baldly injured and was found by Vysogota an old hermit who treated her While she was there healing she told him her story We finally got to know how she got injured and how Bonhart captured her Ciri is still smart but life has changed her she is now somewhat bitter and very vengeful Living with Vysogota for some months really helped her I'm also glad she now knows that her love ones didn't abandon herDandelion's narrative was a breathe of fresh air I had fun reading that Too bad it was short Swimming to put it mildly was–and is–not one of my strong points Had Mother Nature wanted me to swim in the act of creation and the process of evolution she would have euipped me with webbed fingers Geralt made some few discoveries about the prophesy about Ciri He finally found the Druids he was looking for but he got distracted I know that is the author's way of dragging the story but by doing that he is ruining his characterYennefer is also here her search for Ciri is even effective than Geralt's half baked plan I love her strength loyalty and dedication I never knew she cared this much for CiriCahir Milva Regis and the rest of the gang are still here they even have a new addition her name is Angoulême she is from CintraThis ended in a cliffhanger only Geralt was safe Ciri and Yennefer are both in a perilThis conversation really got me thinking it's insulting but true ‘Do you know Witcher what the greatest snag of longevity is’‘No’‘Sex’‘What’‘You heard right Sex After almost a hundred years it becomes boring There’s nothing in it to fascinate or excite any longer nothing that has the exciting appeal of novelty It has all been done already In this or that way but it has happened And then suddenly comes the Conjunction of the Spheres and you people appear here Human survivors come from another world from your former world which you managed utterly to destroy with your still hirsute hands barely five million years after evolving as a species There’s only a handful of you your life expectancy is ridiculously low so your survival depends on the pace of reproduction Thus unbridled lust never leaves you sex totally governs you; it’s a drive powerful even than the survival instinct To die Why not if one can fuck around beforehand That is your entire philosophy’ Download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ Andrzej Sapkowski

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Andrzej Sapkowski ¿ 8 Summary The world has fallen into war Ciri the child of prophecy has vanished Hunted by friends and foes alike she has taken on the guise of a petty bandit and lives. How can I give an outline of the plot of the sixth book of a series without giving huge spoilers So here you are a huge spoilerSufficient to say the book picks up right where the previous left which is logical considering that nothing whatsoever was resolved by the end of that one actually I had a feeling it ended practically in mid sentence Let me just say that we will see the fate of all interesting major people from the previous installment None of them ended up with happily ever after situation Some got killed including the people that really deserved it One point of notice we got to have Dandelion's Jaskier in some translations POV in form of his memoirs he started compiling them for the lack of nothing else to do to break the monotony In case anybody had any doubt about the guy being one of the most colorful character of the series after reading this part your doubts will go away never to return again Unfortunately the passage in uestion is not very long but for me it was the best part of the book bar noneSomething else to note in terms of violence the novel has of it than all the previous combined People get killed maimed tortured etc This combined with the fact that the second half slowed down from very fast action of the first part forced me to lower the rating by one; I really liked the beginning Readers that made it this far know that Sapkowski loves jumping back and force in time while spinning his tale Let me assure you you ain't seen nothing yet until you read this novel These jumps made my head spin giving me a complete illusion of riding a giant roller coaster I have to give it to the author he does it without creating any lasting confusion I do not recall this particular trick used to such effect anywhere In the end I have to say that if managed to finish this next to last book of a series it is too late to give up now On to the last book we go