July 2020 Wrap-up

July was a pretty good month for me reading-wise. I read a total of 15 books, most of which I loved, so I’m really happy about how it went. So let’s dive into it, because it’s going to take some time.

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The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski

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.

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