The witcher books in order 2021 – The Witcher series had gathered a large fan base with the game series that started 10 years ago. However, since it would be more correct to describe myself as a reader rather than an actor, I postponed my meeting with the Witcher until the day I read the books of the series. Fortunately, Pegasus publications announced last year that the book series will begin translation. For me, too, the last obstacle to the Witcher universe has been removed. In this series of articles, I will talk about the impressions the Witcher left on me from the perspective of a reader, not an actor.
For those who are unfamiliar with the Witcher story, let’s point out, he’s a type of wandering hunter specially mutated to hunt creatures. Although he performs this task for money, there are principles he adheres to. This prevents us from seeing him as a hired gun or a mercenary. An interesting aspect of the story is that it is a story that takes place when the creatures are gradually decreasing. Sometimes we see him lamenting creatures that are wanted to be hunted because of the superstitions born of harm to humans or what can be obtained from his body. Of course, the world where Geralt lives is not a completely safe place, on the contrary, there are monsters that have plagued various towns and villages. These are varieties and some of them are listed in the glossary right at the beginning of the book. What is certain is that most of the things that plague Geralt come from humans, not creatures. I think that even this gives an idea about the creativity of the book.
The witcher books in order 2021
- The Last Wish
- Sword of Destiny
- Season of Storms
- Blood of Elves
- Time of Contempt
- Baptism of Fire
- The Tower of the Swallow
- The Lady of the Lake
The Last Wish Reviews 2021 – The most important thing I noticed while reading the book was the opposite corners that always surprised the reader. Two of the most prominent of these themes are that the book makes some references to the dark forms of children’s tales, and that most of the stories are essentially ecological” texts. I do not need to explain them much, it would be better to see them in the book. Similarly, the story is surprisingly different from its counterparts in terms of both its anti-hero and his world. So much so that the logic of this series of books, to make an analogy, is that it would prefer to describe the party members who killed each other for the treasure found after killing the dragon, or a lineage that was exhausted by the death of that dragon, rather than the princess that the hero who killed the dragon would grab. You are never presented with an ideal hero, and a black-white contrast does not distinguish between good and bad. The distance of events and character from stereotypes binds you even more to the book.
Question and Answer
1. Who wrote the first Witcher book?
The Witcher corpus, whose origins date back to the 80s and is considered among the most successful examples of Eastern European literature, started with the book series of the Polish writer Andrej Sapkowski for the first time.
2. Who or what is the Witcher?
A type of wandering hunter specially mutated to hunt creatures.
3. In what year was the first Witcher book published?
The first novel was published in 1993
4. How many copies have been sold?
According to the data of March 2018, more than 33 million copies have been sold in the world.
5. Which is the last book of the witcher?
The Lady of the Lake