Picking up where the last book left off, Geralt is enlisted by Emperor Emhyr var Emreis to go on a secret mission. He sets out with old friend Dandelion and new comrade Ciri, but little does he realize the perils that await him. Deathless creatures stalk his every step, and treachery lurks around every corner. If Geralt hopes to keep those he loves safe, he must traverse the empire using all of his wit, might and magic – lest he become one more victim in this dark tale.
For who is this book for ?
Sword of Destiny is a book for anyone who loves a good fantasy story with characters that you can’t help but root for. Geralt, Dandelion and Ciri are all engaging and sympathetic protagonists, caught up in events larger than themselves. With thrilling action set-pieces, Sapkowski weaves an addictive tale that’s sure to keep readers hooked until the very end.
- The book is well-written and engaging
- It has a rich, detailed world that immerses the reader
- The characters are compelling and interesting
- The book is slow to start
- The ending feels rushed
- Geralt can be difficult to relate to
Learn more about the author
Andrzej Sapkowski is a Polish fantasy writer who has written several books in the Witcher series.
“A great book that has you hooked from start to finish. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves a good Fantasy story with plenty of action and adventure.”
” sword of destiny is a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. i absolutely could not put it down and finished it in two days. [it] has everything from mystery and intrigue, to action-packed scenes with heart-stopping suspense.”