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I thought that this instalment was actually much better than the previous two at first. The plotline was all over the place and the structure of the book a total mess, which was, you know, not entirely satisfactory and stuff. Also, this has to be one of the worst translations in the history of worst translations I'm assuming the book isn't as badly written in the original Polish as it is in English but I recently assumed I was going to enjoy reading The Fifth Season so I guess I can't really be trusted as far as, um, you know, assuming stuff is concerned , which is, you know, not that wonderful and stuff.

So, as you can clearly see, it wasn't that bad at first.

Then feminism started committing suicide over and over again. The way women are portrayed in this book is simply delightful. Thank you so much, Mr Sapkowski, for offering us such a sharp, acute, splendid, expert, flawless depiction of the gentler sex. I wonder why it is that this magnificent opus hasn't yet become the official feminist bible. I mean, all you need to know about women is beautifully summed up here: they are either evil sluts or treacherous bitches. Or evil bitchy sluts.

Or treacherous slutty bitches. They are also quite remarkably frivolous. And one-dimensional. And superficial. This is all so extraordinarily accurate and so fabulously point on I might faint any second now. I mean, we all know that all women care about is bitching about each other. And bitching about men. And discussing men. And fighting over men. And shamelessly trying to seduce men while wearing barely-there, virtually nonexistent, see-through clothes.

And hooking up with men. And bitching about other women who spend their time either discussing men or fighting about them or trying to seduce them while wearing barely-there, virtually nonexistent, see-through clothes, either before or after hooking up with them.

Something just occurred to me yes, it hurt. Very badly! Sapkowski doesn't devote half the quarter of the third of the time he spends detailing sluts and bitches' women's lack of clothing he does describing what men wear. Strange, isn't? He probably forgot about it. Yeah, he must have. Besides, the men in his story have better, much more important things to do than worry about silly clothes.

I mean, they are MEN, for fish's sake! They do great, serious, manly things and stuff. They have no time to waste on foolish frivolities. Something just occurred to me again if I keep this up I might end up in the E.

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Her name is Ciri. Sapkowski wanted to make her a badass. So he gave her a sword. And masculinized the fish out of her. And now we come to the part of the book I loved most. I'm telling you, my Little Barnacles, Sapkowski gives the expression "saving the best for last" a whole new dimension. Because this crap here? And Sapkowski saved it for the very last pages of his charming tale. How sweetly kindhearted of him.

And now I am going to spoil the fish out of this book, so beware. To summarize. Ciri is about to get raped by Kayleigh.

Luckily enough, Mistle comes to the rescue and chases the loathsome creep off. And what does Mistle do next? She proceeds to rape Ciri, of course because that's what girls who have also been sexually abused in the past do to scared, lonely teenagers.

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Ciri feels "the grip of fear and disgust" but submits, and later falls asleep in Mistle's sweet embrace. She wakes up in the morning and all is fine and dandy because she is no longer alone and everything is wonderful and the birds are singing and the sky is blue but, weirdly enough, she kinda sorta feels filthy and tainted I wonder why so she goes down to the river and washes herself "with sharp movements of her hands, trying to remove what could not be removed" and cries but hey no biggie because at least she's no longer alone and stuff so of course she's going to stay with Mistle because, you know, Mistle saved her from Kayleigh and stuff and, really who the bloody stinking fish cares if Mistle ever so slightly raped her?

And now excuse me while I shoot my little self in the head once more. The end. No, I will not be reading the rest of this series. The end again. I'm still pissed as fish about this. Whoever said writing reviews was cathartic is full of shrimp. It almost did. Also, don't get me started on the way women are portrayed in this book. Unless you want to die a slow, painful, slightly excruciating death, that is.

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Not sure when, though. I think I need to sacrifice a few puny humans to relieve my anger first. Joey Woolfardis I am odds with this series. The Last Wish is a million miles away from what these have become, which is just generic fantasy that is badly written or translated.

In The Last Wish we have good battles with monsters, re-tellings of our own fairytales and interesting characters. In this series, which is made up of what are supposed to be full-length books, we have absolutely none of that and it's very disappointing.

The dialogue is the worst thing of all. There is an abysmal attempt at humour, and an attempt to make the characters-I suppose-"normal", or at least, not speaking in thees and thous. However, it goes too far and all the characters speak the same, swear the same, call every woman a slut the same and are just dull and ridiculous both.

I don't know if it's the translation, the transcription or the original author, but a translator can only do so much with what they're given. Beyond the dialogue, everything is is pretty much just generic fantasy with battles, swords, magic and men calling all females sluts or bitches. There is a small attempt to make interesting female characters, but just giving them magical powers doesn't do that. All the female characters are at odds with each other, bitching about them behind their backs, wanting their men, talking about men, doing nothing but bitching or talking about men.

There is a wonderful opportunity here to make excellent female characters with power, working together, being helpful to each other, being friends, being wonderful.

But no. They just bitch or get their tits out. It's getting old. Of course, there is another female character who does none of these. The most important character of all, view spoiler [ and yet because she wields a sword, doesn't wear make-up and acts a little male, she's obviously a lesbian, because that's the only explanation.

It's supposedly about a Witcher, but I don't recall there being much Witchering going on. Geralt fights with around two monsters and gets paid for none of them. Instead, he kills humans and gets told off for doing so. There are elements of trying to philosophise about the Witcher profession and killing monsters in general, but it is lost in the deluge of mediocre writing. However, to give the book a little credit, we do have a better omniscient narration here. We see the story through many different eyes and not just main characters, which is one of the best things about reading fantasy.

We travel to different lands, as well, and experience them with the characters, so with these things this series has come on leaps and bounds because the last book was absolutely dire with those things. So hey-ho, can't have everything, can we? That'd be silly.

That'd be a good, worthwhile book and apparently those don't exist.

Thus far, four Witcher books have been published in this format, including the short story collection The Last Wish. Unhappy with these plans, Ciri devises a plan to escape and seek out Geralt, whom she has been told is not far from the city.

However, on the way she is intercepted by the Wild Hunt and given an unexpected choice. Meanwhile, more political intrigue and back-alley negotiations are happening in the shadows. A power struggle is developing, and the players must choose sides. How is a Witcher, sworn to neutrality, supposed to deal with this? Especially if that Witcher, a staunch and principled man, stumbles upon a coup that could lead to a bloody war that would tear apart the land?

Gerald faces one of his hardest challenges yet in this novel, putting all his wits and fighting skills to the test. In my eyes, The Time of Contempt is where Ciri truly gets her chance to shine. She may be destined for great and terrible things, but readers are reminded that despite all the grand prophecies about her, little Ciri is still a child. While still struggling to control the magic in her blood, she learns there is even more to her potential.

The development of her character in this novel shows that she is a strong-willed and spirited youth despite being burdened with a world full of troubles, and that in the face of danger she can still show plenty of good humor. For that reason, she was my favorite character in this book.

Also noteworthy is how much the story has matured over the course of this novel, raising the stakes in this world of shifting alliances and backroom deals. The plot comes alive, becoming more twisty and complex as the result of the lofty ambitions and power-hungry maneuverings of mages, rebels and kings.

Portending a time of war and misfortune, the spectral riders of The Wild Hunt also make their appearance in the sky, a promise that everything we see here is merely the beginning.

Narrator Peter Kenny continues to deliver a superb performance for this series, making the experience of listening to the audiobook memorable. He has a great voice for expressive storytelling, and is especially adept at doing accents and voices without drawing excessive attention.

As a fan of the games, I had initial concerns that I would have trouble reconciling myself to anyone other than actor Doug Cockle as the voice of Geralt, but Kenny quickly dispelled them.

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He truly is a talented voice artist. In sum, The Witcher series and its characters are a one-of-a-kind creation, and The Time of Contempt is another excellent novel in the sequence, not to mention a great experience in audio format.

Mili Finally, sorry but this was nottttttttt my type of plot. I mean Ciri her storyline is great but the rest and it was mostly the rest was so boring. Soooo political, too many names and I just dont know who is screwing who. So sadly I got detached from the plot.

Putting this series on a break till I get back from vacation.

I still feel a connection with the main plot, I looove the witcher concept and all the wizards. But I need less politics A mi me encanta, se hace una gozada leerlo.

Una saga de diez. Celise I feel like doing a super informal review for this one, just because this writer makes me feel so many feelings and The Witcher is on the fast-track to becoming my favourite series so quickly that I don't know how to put my thoughts into presentable order.

So here's a bunch of words for you, and a few run-on sentences most likely. It's not gushy, I promise, just ineloquent. My review of The Blood of Elves is probably a better recommendation of the series.

Many bands in Poland and Russia name songs or themselves after things in the saga. For example: the Polish folk metal band Percival Schuttenbach is named after a gnome from Wiedmin novels, whilst Russian band Dinastiya, 'Dynasty' has produced the song Yennefer about the love between Geralt and Yennefer.

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He recounts to her the story The Last been injured in battle, rests in a temple. During that time Wish. Geralt is waylaid by Falwick and Tailles, accompanied by a lot of lancers and the captain of Herewards guards, a dwarf named Dennis Cranmer. They explain Geralts options to him. If he does not accept Tailless challenge, 3. If he touches Tailles with his sword, he will be dragged to Hereward to be tortured. Geralt The Voice of Reason chooses to ght, and causes Tailles to hit himself with his own sword.

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The Witcher The Witcher 2: The Witcher Card Game Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales. Geralt of Rivia. Book Category. Authority control NKC:I am very eager to start the next book of the series. The game contains mature content. In addition to elves. Game Informer. There is a small attempt to make interesting female characters, but just giving them magical powers doesn't do that. Several new minigames were introduced. In the ensuring While getting the refreshments.

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