The Last Wish - Andrzej Sapkowski

The Last Wish

By Andrzej Sapkowski

  • Release Date: 2008-12-14
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,115 Ratings

Description

Now a Netflix original series!

Geralt the Witcher -- revered and hated -- holds the line against the monsters plaguing humanity in this collection of adventures, the first chapter in the New York Times bestselling series that inspired the hit Netflix show and the blockbuster video games.

Geralt is a Witcher, a man whose magic powers, enhanced by long training and a mysterious elixir, have made him a brilliant fighter and a merciless assassin. Yet he is no ordinary killer. His sole purpose: to destroy the monsters that plague the world.

But not everything monstrous-looking is evil and not everything fair is good...and in every fairy tale there is a grain of truth.

And look out for The Tower of Fools, book one of Andrzej Sapkowski's Hussite Trilogy!

Witcher collections
The Last Wish
Sword of Destiny

Witcher novels
Blood of Elves
The Time of Contempt
Baptism of Fire

The Tower of Swallows
Lady of the Lake
​Season of Storms


Hussite Trilogy
The Tower of Fools

The Malady and Other Stories: An Andrzej Sapkowski Sampler (e-only)

Translated from original Polish by Danusia Stok

Reviews

  • Just watch it on Netflix.

    1
    By 6472749
    I enjoyed the series, so I thought I’d read this while waiting for the next season. That was a mistake. The writing (or maybe just the translation?) is amateurish, and the dialogue is like something out a 1940s gangster movie.
  • Great read.

    5
    By Zombie Bill 999
    Very good
  • Disappointing.

    1
    By Thechoedenkal
    The book was disappointing. Remarkably so.
  • Awesome read

    4
    By Younqgun
    One of my first books to finish.
  • The last wish

    5
    By KG No Fear
    Good read
  • Magical

    5
    By Dann_boy52295
    I loved the adventure
  • Superb

    5
    By Axeren234
    An amazing start to Geralt’s story.
  • Great Book

    5
    By Bryaeric
    Geralt recalls his adventures to a priestess. Not told necessarily linear, but gives you a good idea of Geralt’s character and personality. Recommend reading it.
  • Excellent reading

    5
    By DamesandersT
    Take a large cup of J.R.R. Tolkien, add a bit of the Brothers Grimm, a dash of Chaucer, a pinch of Dante, some Shakespeare and a bit of Alexander Dumas then combine with a brilliant imagination and you’ve got a terrific experience waiting for you. I completely loved this book and am already on the second one. Brilliant storytelling! I am officially a fan now.
  • Kind of slow

    3
    By Fabbas23
    The book has way to many segments of just uninteresting chatter that goes on for to many pages. Most of it is not important and just goes on. The characters the Geralt interacts with don’t show up again so what is the point of having this detail. Sure they show Geralt a personal ideals but it could have been done at a better pace. The parts were Geralt fights monsters and interacts with them is super exciting. It’s a good book just to not much talking.