The Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski – Book Review 06, Sep

Alright, everyone, you know the drill by now – I’ll yammer on about each of the short stories in this here Witcher anthology until your eyes are bleeding, your ears are bursting, and your monitor is on fire. Ready, set, go!

Ah, Geralt of Rivia, how I love thee. With the CDProjekt Red games behind us and the Netflix show soon to come, now is the best time to finally acquaint myself with Andrzej Sapkowski’s signature works.

The Sword of Destiny (The Witcher #2) by Andrzej Sapkowski Book Review 20, May

4.5/5 noticeably made a big screw up when they decided to release Andrzej Sapkowski's The Witcher series stateside. While they did a decent enough translation of the text, taking cues from the video game, they made the mistake of assuming the anthologies were not actually part of the saga. They released the first anthology, The Last Wish, but then skipped to the third book in the series The Blood of Elves because they didn't realize its story picks up directly after the events of this book. As such, The Blood of Elves confused a lot of fans who read it as it refers to events and characters we haven't read about.