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Enter the world of The Witcher by Andrzej Sapkowski, New York Times best-selling author and winner of the world fantasy award for lifetime achievement. 

Geralt of Rivia is a Witcher, one of the few capable of hunting the monsters that prey on humanity. A mutant who is tasked with killing unnatural beings. He uses magical signs, potions, and the pride of every Witcher - two swords, steel, and silver.  

But a contract has gone wrong, and Geralt finds himself without his signature weapons. Now he needs them back, because sorcerers are scheming, and across the world clouds are gathering.  

The season of storms is coming...  

Translated from original Polish by David French.

Witcher collections - The Last Wish Sword of Destiny 

Witcher novels

Blood of Elves

The Time of Contempt

Baptism of Fire

The Tower of Swallows Lady of the Lake Season of Storms 

The Malady and Other Stories: An Andrzej Sapkowski Sampler (e-only)  

©2018 Andrzej Sapkowski (P)2018 Hachette Audio

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Thank you Mr. Sapkowski

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Very happy the story isn't over. This is a must have in any true Witcher fans collection. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Also. For those starting out on the Witcher books; I'd recommend starting with this one. As this is a prequel.

Although, those who have read all of Mr. Sapkowski's works, will have some laughs as well.

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  • 06-10-18

Another masterpiece from Sapkowski

Another masterpiece from Sapkowski and exquisite reading from Peter Kenny which gives every chance to slip away into the world Sapowski creates. For anyone looking for a near perfect series this is one part in it. The times I need an escape from the sickness I face in this life, I open this series and all fades away. I look forward to the next work that is translated for English.

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Worth the wait!<br />

This was definitely worth the wait although it was bittersweet because I knew how fast it would be over.

This book is no exception to the others that have come before it and neither is the narration which is what initially pulled me in to the Witcher series. Season of Storms tied some stories together from the previous (future) books and does it well.

If you've heard the previous books then there's no need to think about getting this one. It's a must listen.

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ENJOYABLE

While there are not enough adventures, especially monster hunting, in this novel, it is one of the better books in The Witcher series.

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another excellent title in an unforgettable series

sapkowski proves again that this story of The Witcher is an eternal one. Superseding the books in its own graceful fashion, we're provided an insight into the ever-deepening character of Geralt, whom We've Come To Love. For fans and newcomers alike, there is a journey here worth taking.

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Murphy's Law hits Geralt

One bad day after another for Geralt, beginning with the loss of his swords, and whats a Witcher with no swords. This book is said to take us back between the stories of The Last Wish, a prequel collection to Blood of Elves. After finishing the series, this book and listening to Peter Kenny once more, is a real treat. With the bonus fantastic ending, it's a must listen for fans.

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A masterful midquel

Leave it to Andrzej Sapkowski to write a story, in the middle of his greater story that not only expands the world without stepping on the toes of the stories that it precedes or succeeds but also leaps a hundred years forward and leaves us feeling riddled with questions! The ending is magnificently done, and Sapkowski has left me with little doubt that these side story novels will only enhance the rest of the Witcher saga, seeing as he stated he will not write further than Lady of the Lake.

Peter Kenny's narration, as well as his voice for Geralt of Rivia is just as great as I've always remember it, and it seems to range if emotion has even enhanced since the other novels! I know it's a long time coming before the next addition to the series, but I'm looking forward to seeing Geralt and Mr. Kenny in more of these 'master pieces'.

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  • 05-28-18

the story goes on.

the narrator as always was great, the story itself for me was a real slow burn. I enjoyed it overall though.