Some stories were great, such as the one that seems to be a bit inspired by the little mermaid. It was surprisingly emotional and showed a completely different side to Geralt of Rivia that I have longed to see. Not just the brutal insane killer previously exploited.
The story of a mimic who can change into anyone and adopt their mannerisms was hilarious, and rightly caused mayhem! Gerald showed his honourable side once again in this and calmly strode towards the solution. He can be so cool!
However, it does confuse me how Geralt is sometimes completely calm and executes plans perfectly, but becomes somewhat of a bumbling man in other stories, particularly around Yennefer. It seems like inconsistent and exaggerated characterisation, which frustrated me at times.
So overall, Sword of Destiny was another fun experience with Geralt of Rivia in this world of monsters and hunters. His camaraderie with Dandelion was a high point once again, as were the interesting creatures that feature. I look forward to reading the other novels at some point in the future.