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Sezon burz (Saga o Wiedźminie, #0) by Andrzej Sapkowski (3 star ratings)
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Is there any plan or date to translate this book to English, Please? Ian Stewart Comes out the 22nd! Where is Season of Storms in Witcher timeline please? After Piece of Ice tale? T You can either read it after ‘baptism of fire’ or -preferably- after, ‘Lady of the Lake’. Hope you like it, in my opinion it was a pretty good …more You can either read it after ‘baptism of fire’ or -preferably- after, ‘Lady of the Lake’.
Hope you like it, in my opinion it was a pretty good addition.
See all 3 questions about Sezon burz…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. There really is no such thing as a bad Witcher book, just some are better than others.
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While this is the eighth one overall when you include all the novels and collectionsit is also something of a standalone prequel, taking bugz between the short stories bugz in The Last Wish and well before the events of the main saga.
Unfortunately, this also means that his swords are taken from him. A Witcher without his iconic weapons? After all, what use is a monster hunter without the tools of his trade? As a result, the main plot of this book mostly focuses on Geralt as he is roped into taking on all kinds of zapkowski and daring missions to try and get his swords back. It involves a lot of the elements you would expect—shady sorcerers, political intrigue, monster killing, and sexy times. In other words, Season of Storms is full of your usual Witcher shenanigans.
This novel also felt more light-hearted to me, though of course, when it comes to The Witcher, words like lightness and darkness are sapkowsku relative. In fact, that might be part of the problem. Whatever intrigues and challenges Geralt has to deal with in this book, they simply pale in comparison to those he has faced in the overarching series.
Likewise, when it comes to the relationships he forges, the villains he fights, or sapkowksi monsters he kills, all of them feel rather like superficial throwaway encounters in the context of this novel. As a matter of sapjowski, it might make a good choice if you are new to Sapkowski or The Witcher. Devices like time jumps, flashbacks, multiple plot threads are all employed here, giving new readers a good idea of what to expect from the main saga.
Thanks to Arjen for introducing me to this series and for doing a buddyread with me. I have been playing The Witcher games, but I did not know sezoh there were books about Geralt too. I was excited to immerse myself into his world, but I did not like it as much as I hoped and I’m not sure if I’ll continue this series.
A longer review can be found at Bite Into Books I do realize that this book is 0 in a series. It could definitely get better. I think this book should have just been written as a nov Thanks to Arjen for introducing me to this series and andrzeh doing a buddyread with me. I think this book should have just been written as a novella, a short story and not cover all the something pages.
If you liked The Witcher games you could try this book, or maybe just start with book 1. View all 3 comments. La historia, sin ser espectacular, se deja leer. Yo creo que no. View all 4 comments. Sapkowski is simply too good a writer.
This book is pretty unremarkablethough. While the ‘sub-quests’ unfolded, the feeling I had was to be on a drifting boat, driven by the current now in one direction, now in the other, without really getting anywhere.
Sapkowski’s delightful sarcasm and the solid worldbuilding derived from the previous books eezon made up for the lacking in substance. Sadly, however, aspkowski didn’t hold a cand Actual rating: Sadly, however, it didn’t hold a candle to the main saga. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I finished the new Witcher book – “Season of Storms”. It’s a bit disappointing, but also quite interesting.
It feels very strongly like a reaction to the games and the way the Witcher franchise has been taken over by other creators, and adopted by new types of fans. In feel it’s more like the short stories than the saga, although there are fewer folktale elements and a more politics in it. The structure of the book is puzzling at first, the important parts are at the beginning and at the very e I finished the new Witcher book – “Season of Storms”.
The structure of the book is sezo at first, the important parts are at the beginning and at the very end. The middle is like a computer game – Geralt completes andrzen, mostly related to his lost swords, but also exactly something you’d find in a Witcher game, just random monster hunts with very loose connection to the overarching plot.
There are dick mages who use genetics and sorcery to produce new species and creatures mostly of the creepy murdery kind and don’t care what happens to their creations when they run away hint: Most of the middle part seems like footnotes Sapkowski had lying around somewhere, stringed into a video game playthrough, connecting the beginning and end of the “book”.
It might’ve worked better as a short story. Still, the framing of the book is Geralt’s relationship with Yennefer – what most of the short stories were about, before Ciri came and initiated the saga. Their relationship is also obviously something Sapkowski cares about, so much so he rewrote it a few times. He also messes up the ancrzej at the end, quite beautifully.
I think it must be a joke played on the beginning of the first game, the way Geralt survives and on the fact that Ciri comes back in game n. Basically, Geralt is still wezon after a hundred years, hunting the remaining “experiments”.
Either his mutation works this way, or he’s been time-travelling, possibly with Ciri? It’ll be interesting to see if it’s coordinated with what the Wild Hunt will be about, or if it’s just Sapek trolling. D Overall it’s nothing groundbreaking, but still a pleasant read for the fans. En sus salsa, vaya. There were some references to the Last Wish and to the main series, however, this book had been an up and down for me. My main problem was that this book had too many plot lines.
Geralt arrives in the little town of Kerick, where the king has like 5 or more sons and daughters, however, the king wants another heir. I thought this had been the main story, but well I can’t tell which plot line was the ma Season of Storms takes place between the pre-stories the Last Wish and the Sword of Destiny. I can’t sdzon which plot line was the main one. While reading, I totally ssapkowski confused with the different characters, trying hard to remember them. This one was not my favourite Hexer book, but in total it was okay.
It was fun to have one more Witcher book to read, after the main saga. It’s a more contained story because it’s a standalone but it’s also kinda mediocre and jumps oddly here and there. There are kings and plots and wizards and monsters and all the usual stuff but it isn’t as engaging as before. The language is still great, and I must give kudos to the Finnish translator. It was nice to read once but it’s far from the best Witcher stuff. The story was okay-ish. My problem with Sapkowski is that his writing style reminds me of eating an old stale cookie without anything to drink.
A book with magic Volver a leer a Geralt siempre es una gozada. Y os preguntareis entonces Entiendo que al ser una novela autoconclusiva que no tiene nada que ver con la saga original, no era nada sencillo crear una gran trama.
Sadly this book didn’t live up to the old saga, and once established, my sapjowski malfunctioned. While shifting in agony Death took shape behind me and whispered: The book regained some shards of it’s honor by the end, turning out to be decent. If you are a dedicated enthusiast of the series and have read the earlier books, go ahed. But be aware, there’s always the option of leaving this one Sadly this book didn’t live up to the old saga, and once established, my heart malfunctioned.