Witchers are magically enhanced humans who fight monsters for money. They are faster and stronger than humans, live longer, possess extraordinary skills and make use of elixirs that could kill a normal person to enhance their abilities; they also feel no emotion, thanks to their special training, and they are feared and hated by most people.
Geralt of Rivia is one of them, maybe the most famous. With his milky white hair, his two swords, and his wolf medallion, he travels looking for jobs to make a living. He will encounter monsters, but also elves and druids, wizards and sorcerers, queens and bards and druids.
Continue reading The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski
June is over, half the year is already behind us, and honestly? I don’t know where the time went. I feel like it has stopped somewhere around the middle of March.
I managed to read six books in June, which makes this my “worst” month since the beginning of the year. Most of the stuff I read was pretty long, though, so I guess it makes sense.
Continue reading June Wrap-up
I’ve been thinking for a couple of days about the first post I should write on this blog. Should it be a favourite list? A review, straight away?
And then I thought: it’s June. It’s time for the Mid-Year Freak Out Book Tag! What better way to give you an idea of what I’ve been up to until now, and my reading taste? So let’s get into it!
Continue reading 2020 Mid-Year Freak Out Book Tag