Books, Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character, The Witcher

Geralt of Rivia: How the Setting Can Define a Character

*Note: this will be focused exclusively on the books, not the games. Game Geralt is a similar but different beast. Maybe we'll get to him later, I dunno. Also, spoilers.* In case you haven't noticed, I'm quite fond of the Witcher series. I have differing thoughts on the games and the show was alright, but… Continue reading Geralt of Rivia: How the Setting Can Define a Character

Books, How's This Book?, Review, The Witcher

The Lady of the Lake: The Moment of Destiny

Here we are. At the end at last. The final Witcher book (not counting Season of Storms, which we'll get to soon enough). It's been a wild ride. Let's hope it sticks the landing. Like... I enjoy game artwork,but I enjoy original artwork more. Verydisappointing cover. All the pieces are set for the grand finale.… Continue reading The Lady of the Lake: The Moment of Destiny

Books, How's This Book?, Review, The Witcher

Baptism of Fire: The Fellowship of the Lion Cub

I return once again to the Witcher world. Don't worry, we've only got three more to go after this. Then I might finally force myself to play the first two Witcher games. Maybe. This cover is one of the most confusing in the series; what the fuck is Geralt fighting? Unlike the previous stories, this… Continue reading Baptism of Fire: The Fellowship of the Lion Cub