All things related to The Witcher - books, games, TV you name it. Please check out Kerry's Newcomer's Guide to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt here (PDF). Is there a place where i can read the books online for free or download them. Download at ukraine-europe.info?book=B00U68KUE2. [PDF] Download Sword of Destiny Epub Click button below to download or read this. Read Download Sword of Destiny (The Witcher) |PDF books PDF Free Download Here.
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Now I'm not sure if this is considered piracy or not, but I guess if it is, it can be taken down. But it has been on the Witcher forums for a while and hasn't been deleted, so I guess it's fine. The Sword of Destiny pdf , mobi , epub. Times of Contempt pdf , epub. No mobi, and they removed the epub version for some reason, so I put the one I uploaded. Baptism by Fire pdf , mobi , epub.
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Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book Details Author: Andrzej Sapkowski Pages: Paperback Brand: Description TheNew York Timesbestselling series that inspired the international hit video game: The Witcher.
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Has anybody read them? If so are they any good? Edit by Alucard: I decided to include the reading order and the book links in the opening post as well. Here are direct download links for fan translations in both kindle format and epub from dropbox. Amazon links for official translations for kindle version, and kobobooks links for Epubs.
Hope you find it useful. Last edited by a moderator: May 19, Haven Became a Faceless Man Apr 13, The books are quite popular among some people, I myself have never read any because 1 The translations took too much time and 2 For once, I think the game might actually be better. Witcher 2, my god, what a game! Shame I'll never be able to play Witcher 3 unless I win the lottery and am able to afford a really expensive gaming rig.
Alucard In the name of the Pizza Lord. Staff member. Apr 13, I read The Last Wish which is a collection of short stories about Geralt and Blood of Elves which is a 3rd book in the series. The Last Wish is usually taken as the first book and for some reason Gollancz decided to skip the translation of the 2nd book in the series Sword of Destiny Miecz przeznaczenia which is also a collection of short stories as the first book.
There are 7 books in the series and English translations are up to book 5, excluding book 2 as I said. If you can read Spanish or German, everything is translated in them. I have read two books as I said in English and I'm a big fan.
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So now I'm considering reading in my native language because originals are in Polish, and Polish and my language are in same family of languages Slavic , so there's a lot less that is lost in translating and the structure of grammar is easier to mirror back and forth, than it is to translate in English, where you lose more.
I really love the world Sapkowski has built and the character of Geralt. I can recognize same old mythological elements that are present in my culture as well, and for that reason I feel very close to that world. I absolutely love the games and the books.
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I played both of them and I can't wait for the next. For a person that is not sure, I would recommend reading The Last Wish, to get a taste of the Witcher's world through those short stories. If you like it go for Blood of Elves.
Books are short pages or so so you're not investing so much time trying them out.
For people that can't wait there are fan translations English circling the Web, and although I haven't read them, people claim they are pretty good, so after book 5 if you get hooked and you can't wait for official translations, there are books 6 and 7 and book 2 which English translators decided to skip already out there.
Hope I helped you a bit. Good luck. Haven said: Alucard said: Last edited: Jun 9, Hand of Fear Journeyed there and back again Apr 13, I've read the Last Wish awhile ago I enjoyed the book and the story was pretty good, can't really remember to much more but if you like the game I'm sure you will like the book. Hand of Fear said: Ian Blackport Guest Apr 22, I absolutely love the Witcher games.
Brilliantly crafted with such a dark, unforgiving world. I love when games tackle complex issues that are commonplace in Witcher.
Too often fantasy video games have an obvious good and evil choice in every dilemma. You can either be a pure hero or heartless. But The Witcher just isn't like that. There were times I agonized over making a decision because no choice seemed right.
And I loved that uncertainty. A few times I followed what I thought was a noble decision only to find I'd made the world a worse place.
The games play with your mind in the best way. Plus in the second game you can miss entire towns and regions because of choices made earlier in the game, giving you a great excuse to replay it. For once, I think the game might actually be better.