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Ciri staje przed swoim przeznaczeniem. Drakkar wiozący Yennefer trafia w oko czarodziejskiego cyklonu. Czy wśród przyjaciół wiedźmina ukrywa się zdrajca? Czwarta, przedostatnia odłona epopei o świecie wiedźmina i wojnach, jakie nim wstrząsają. W zagubionej wśród bagien chacie pustelnika ciężko ranna Ciri powraca do zdrowia. Jej tropem podążają bezlitośni zabójcy z Nilfgaar

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    Evgeny

    Nov 25, 2016

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    Shelves:
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    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 spoiler:
    Spoiler

    Sufficient 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 afte

    Sufficient 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.
    Dandelion
    Unfortunately the passage in question is not very long, but for me it was the best part of the book bar none.

    Something else to note: in terms of violence the novel has more 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!
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    Sr3yas

    Nov 19, 2017

    rated it
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    review of another edition

    Believe it or not, the hero of this installment is not the Witcher, Yennefer or Ciri. It’s Andrzej Sapkowski and his masterful storytelling technique, which utilizes various POVs, narrative styles and multiple timelines across the centuries and locations. He weaves a narrative yarn which should have been confusing but surprisingly turns out to be fresh, sharp and fun to read.

    I bow down before you in supreme awe.

    Mild spoilers are the necessary evil, they are necessary.
    —————– Sreyas, t

    I bow down before you in supreme awe.

    Mild spoilers are the necessary evil, they are necessary.
    —————– Sreyas, the tales of
    SPOILERS AHEAD

    The last installment had very little narrative space for Ciri and Yennefer (no complaints there), but this one brutally revamps Ciri as on hell of a character by pushing her limits like never before. At the risk of sounding corny, let me say Ciri is like a diamond, and in Tower of Swallows, they cut her.

    The story opens with Ciri, who recounts her tale to a Hermit named Vysogota, who found her wounded in his forest. Sapkowski did an excellent job with these two characters and their interactions, effectively building CIri’s story arc with the old school storytelling method.


    *Ciri and Vysogoto chilling*

    Witcher’s story arc is still my personal favorite because of the company he keeps and the adventures he stumbles on to. In this installment, Witcher’s fellowship adds a new young member to their ranks and this completes the adopted dysfunctional family of Witcher. The scene where Geralt accuse Cahir of betrayal and the mayhem that follows afterward was spectacularly hilarious, proving once again the colorfulness of Geralt and his company.

    Yennefer once again gets least screen time, and once again her chapter blew me away with complex narrative style and sheer visual spectacle. I was never a fan of Yennefer before this book, but now I am a fan.

    What makes this volume stand out from others is the bold narration and widened explanation of what the hell has been going on outside the main characters. All the installment before Swallows gave me an impression that I am looking at the great Nifflegardian War through the wrong end of the telescope. Tower of Swallow finally confronts or at least untangles the politics of war and character motivations through chapters featuring Twany owl as well as Dijkstra.

    I especially loved Dijkstra’s chapter, the last pages of this chapter was storytelling at its best.

    Swallows even stepped up the action. The action scenes featuring Witcher and Co were complete mayhem as always, and there are many memorable moments.But Ciri stole the show with amazing finale fight on the ice. Seriously, words fail me!

    And appropriately, the artist featured the battle on Ice near Tower of Swallows Spanish edition cover.

    Needless to say, My love for Spanish edition covers continue.

    I want to talk more about stuff like how assassin Bonhart reminds me of DC’s Deathstroke, and I want to talk about how fascinated I am with world of Witcher because of some crazy and similar aspects it share with our own world (Months, twisted Norse mythology, festivals), and Spawaski’s writing style which at one point reminded me of old western. (view spoiler)

    But I don’t think there will be enough space and moreover, I don’t think I can put them in words properly!

    So TL: DR? Another great installment in Witcher series!

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    Markus

    Jul 27, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    the-white-wolf

    Buddy read with Celise!

    “I’m Ciri from Kaer Morhen. I’m a witcher. I came here to kill.”

    Daaaamn.

    Quite possibly the best book in the main saga.

    Ramblings to come.