Wieża Jaskółki

Wieża Jaskółki

Andrzej Sapkowski / Feb 16, 2020

Wie a Jask ki Ciri staje przed swoim przeznaczeniem Drakkar wioz cy Yennefer trafia w oko czarodziejskiego cyklonu Czy w r d przyjaci wied mina ukrywa si zdrajca Czwarta przedostatnia od ona epopei o wiecie wied m

  • Title: Wieża Jaskółki
  • Author: Andrzej Sapkowski
  • ISBN: 9788370541248
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ciri staje przed swoim przeznaczeniem Drakkar wioz cy Yennefer trafia w oko czarodziejskiego cyklonu Czy w r d przyjaci wied mina ukrywa si zdrajca Czwarta, przedostatnia od ona epopei o wiecie wied mina i wojnach, jakie nim wstrz saj W zagubionej w r d bagien chacie pustelnika ci ko ranna Ciri powraca do zdrowia Jej tropem pod aj bezlito ni zab jcy z NilfgaarCiri staje przed swoim przeznaczeniem Drakkar wioz cy Yennefer trafia w oko czarodziejskiego cyklonu Czy w r d przyjaci wied mina ukrywa si zdrajca Czwarta, przedostatnia od ona epopei o wiecie wied mina i wojnach, jakie nim wstrz saj W zagubionej w r d bagien chacie pustelnika ci ko ranna Ciri powraca do zdrowia Jej tropem pod aj bezlito ni zab jcy z Nilfgaardu Tymczasem dru yna Geralta, unikaj c coraz to nowych niebezpiecze stw, dociera wreszcie do ukrywj cych si druid w Czy wied minowi uda si odnale Ciri Jak rol odegra osnuta legend Wie a Jask ki

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        Andrzej Sapkowski, born June 21, 1948 in d , is a Polish fantasy writer Sapkowski studied economics, and before turning to writing, he had worked as a senior sales representative for a foreign trade company His first short story, The Witcher Wied min , was published in Fantastyka, Poland s leading fantasy literary magazine, in 1986 and was enormously successful both with readers and critics Sapkowski has created a cycle of tales based on the world of The Witcher, comprising three collections of short stories and five novels This cycle and his many other works have made him one of the best known fantasy authors in Poland in the 1990s.The main character of The Witcher alternative translation The Hexer is Geralt, a mutant assassin who has been trained since childhood to hunt down and destroy monsters Geralt exists in an ambiguous moral universe, yet manages to maintain his own coherent code of ethics At the same time cynical and noble, Geralt has been compared to Raymond Chandler s signature character Philip Marlowe The world in which these adventures take place is heavily influenced by Slavic mythology.Sapkowski has won five Zajdel Awards, including three for short stories Mniejsze z o Lesser Evil 1990 , Miecz przeznaczenia Sword of Destiny 1992 and W leju po bombie In a Bomb Crater 1993 , and two for the novels Krew elf w Blood of Elves 1994 and Narrenturm 2002 He also won the Spanish Ignotus Award, best anthology, for The Last Wish in 2003, and for Muzykanci The Musicians , best foreign short story, same year.In 1997, Sapkowski won the prestigious Polityka s Passport award, which is awarded annually to artists who have strong prospects for international success.In 2001, a Television Series based on the Witcher cycle was released in Poland and internationally, entitled Wied min The Hexer A film by the same title was compiled from excerpts of the television series but both have been critical and box office failures.Sapkowski s books have been translated into Czech, Russian, Lithuanian, German, Spanish, French, Ukrainian, and Portuguese An English translation of The Last Wish short story collection was published by Gollancz in 2007.The Polish game publisher, CD Projekt, created a role playing PC game based on this universe, called The Witcher, which was released in October 2007 There is also a mobile version of the game which has been created by Breakpoint Games and is being published by Hands On Mobile in Western Europe,Latin America and Asia Pacific.The English translation of Sapkowski s novel Blood of Elves won the David Gemmell Legends Award in 2009.


    1. How can I give an outline of the plot of the sixth book of a series without giving huge spoilers? So here you are, a huge spoiler:Sufficient to say, the book picks up right where the previous left which is logical considering that nothing whatsoever was resolved by the end of that one - actually I had a feeling it ended practically in mid-sentence. Let me just say that we will see the fate of all interesting major people from the previous installment. None of them ended up with happily ever afte [...]

    2. Believe it or not, the hero of this installment is not the Witcher, Yennefer or Ciri. It's Andrzej Sapkowski and his masterful storytelling technique, which utilizes various POVs, narrative styles and multiple timelines across the centuries and locations. He weaves a narrative yarn which should have been confusing but surprisingly turns out to be fresh, sharp and fun to read.I bow down before you in supreme awe.Mild spoilers are the necessary evil, they are necessary. ----------------- Sreyas, t [...]

    3. Buddy read with Celise! "I'm Ciri from Kaer Morhen. I'm a witcher. I came here to kill." Daaaamn.Quite possibly the best book in the main saga.Ramblings to come.

    4. This review can be found on Amaranthine Reads.The Witcher series by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski continues, with the Child Surprise Ciri travelling around with a bunch of thieves and bandits called the Rats, whilst Geralt, sorcerers and the Emperor send out people to find her.This series has plummeted to the very depths of tedium. Every book has melded in to one and it's difficult for me to remember this particular one, though I do recall my consternation at the random change of narrative sty [...]

    5. 3.5 of 5 stars at the BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2016/05/24/I am so in love with these audiobooks. Peter Kenny is the incontrovertible voice of this series, making all my favorite characters come to life with his authentic reading style and superb acting. Fan translations of these books have been around for a while, but I don’t mind waiting longer if it means I can enjoy the audio editions; every time I jump into a new book, it’s like coming home to old friends.The Tower of Swallows picks u [...]

    6. Buddy read with Markus, who actually led me to discover this amazing series in the first place.The previous book in The Witcher series was a little bit choppy, with each change in point of view requiring some adjustment. By comparison, The Tower of Swallows is like a river being fed by a bunch of little streams. All of the different characters' scenes flow easily together to tell the larger story, and as a reader it's so easy to be carried along the current while observing all of the terrible th [...]

    7. Βαθμολογία: ★★★★Διαβάζοντας λίγο high fantasy τον τελευταίο καιρό, έχω έρθει στο εξής σημαντικό συμπέρασμα: Στη γενική λογοτεχνία όταν ένα βιβλίο τελειώνει είναι κάτι το φυσικό, αποδέχεσαι εύκολα ότι η ιστορία έχει κορυφωθεί και φτάσει στο τέλος της, είσαι έτοιμος να αφήσεις [...]

    8. Tengo que admitir que este hombre cambia la forma de escribir en cada libro como se le antoja, pero me ha gustado mucho. Me gusta cómo va creciendo el personaje de Ciri, curtiéndose y no siendo una niña de papa que tan sólo o vive mal o vive bien. Se sabe salvar ella mismaTengo que admitir que tengo amor y pasión por la literatura fantástica, pero odio esa literatura fantástica destinada a princesas y elfos blandurrios y sosos, con la misma moral y pensamiento, sin picos en personalidad. [...]

    9. ¡Qué barbaridad! La mejor novela de la saga con diferencia. Más de 300 páginas donde casi todo son diálogos que nos van mostrando los últimos meses de la vida de Ciri. Sapkowski nos lleva adelante y atrás en el tiempo para ir mostrando poco a poco lo que quiere. Y todo esto, repito, con diálogos, sin necesidad de meter con calzador información. Los personajes hablan sobre el mundo que les rodea y gracias a eso nosotros como lectores lo descubrimos. Absolutamente brillante.Eso sí, no s [...]

    10. Για αρχή, όσοι έχετε διαβάσει τις μεταφράσεις από fans διαβάστε όπως και δήποτε τα κανονικά βιβλία στα Αγγλικά, είναι πολύ καλύτερα και δίνουν στο κείμενο το κάτι παραπάνω που έχει στο πρωτότυπο.Προτελευταίο βιβλίο της σειράς και θέλω εδώ και τώρα το τελευταίο (θα περιμένω όμ [...]

    11. Значиии преспокойно поредицата "Вещерът" може да се преименува на нещо друго , тъй като аз ВЕЩЕР НЕ ВИЖДАМ В НЕГО! :( Цири-Мири , Скелен-Мелен , Бонхарт-Монхарт , но Вещер йок! Отгоре на всичкото Сапковския е решил да измени на стила си , и все повече да пише разказ в разказа. Еми н [...]

    12. No sé qué decir, el final me ha dejado sin palabras. Tengo que leer pronto el último libro.Espero que Ciri y Geralt se reencuentren y no acabe muy mal la historia para ellos.

    13. Leave it to Mr Sapkowski to grant your wishes with a bucketful of lemons to suck on! Not enough POVs, you said? Here, have half a dozen of theem in every single chapter. Too many jumps back and forth in the timeline, you said? No, there wasn't enough of them. Here, have some more jumps back and forth . . . And so on. Personally, what I found most jarring was the late introduction of a certain revelation that came completely out of the blue, without the remotest of remote hints in any of the prev [...]

    14. I did not read the official translation. I read a fan translation. Was still very good. The tone was not lost from the "official" translations of the previous books I read. Grammar and slang are great too. Do not hesitate to read the fan translations. They are free to download all over the place. Just make sure to purchase the official copy later so Sapkowski and his translation team do not get shafted.This is the darkest of the books in the series. Sapkowski adds a few new characters that you w [...]

    15. The best Witcher book so far. After being absent most of the last book, it's good to see Ciri take centre stage. She becomes a much darker character as the story progresses, thanks to the brutal mercenaries sent from different sides of the conflict to hunt her down. Definitely still my favourite character and I can't wait to learn her fate in the final book. There's a lot more plot progression compared to Baptism of Fire which, while very well written and entertaining, seemed to suffer from 'mid [...]

    16. Krása, takhle se má psát kvalitní "šedé" fantasy.Nenudil jsem se ani na chvíli. Pamětihodné jsou zejména části s Vysogotou, především až poeticky opakovaný odstavec o jeho chatce, ukryté na blatech. Nádhera.Tentokrát je přepínání mezi časovými linkami a úhly pohledu až extrémně časté, ale Sapkowski to dělá s takovou galantností a plynule, že mi stránky ubíhaly pod očima a příběh se rozvíjel sám od sebe. Takový ten pocit, kdy zapomenete, že čtete kn [...]

    17. Not the best, but still pretty good. Lots of action, bit of intrigue and very little of the Witcher. This book focuses on Ciri and her quest to find the Tower of the Swallow. The Saga doesn't move on very much, but still an entertaining read. Suffers from the Sane thing book three suffers from, stretching a story out to fill more books. I feel we could have got to this point midway through book 3.

    18. When I began reading the Witcher Saga, as I made progress through the series a fear began to grow in me. Although I dismissed it at first now I've come to the realisation that it was true. Sapkowski had a story big enough for a novella and stretched it over five books. Even though the book starts well and one gets the false sense of hope that the book is finally getting somewhere after the disaster of the previous books. But one soon realises that despite turning page after page we get no where [...]

    19. Continuiamo con la storia da dove eravamo rimasti, cioè con Ciri assieme ai ratti, Yennefer ancora dispersa e Geralt che cerca, in maniera discutibile, di trovare ciri.Partiamo proprio da Ciri, perché resta con i ratti? sono stupidi, stupidi, stupidi e lei quando è assieme a loro diventa altrettanto stupida. Farsi fare tatuaggi per rendersi ancora più riconoscibili ha un senso? Per fortuna alla fine sono morti tutti quanti quindi non potranno fare altre stupidaggini nei prossimi libri.Triss [...]

    20. ‘I have enormous eyes, all the better to see you with!’ shrieked the great, iron wolf. ‘I have enormous paws, all the better to seize and hug you with! Everything about me is enormous, everything, and soon you will discover it for yourself. Why are you looking at me so strangely, little girl? Why do you not answer?’The witcher girl smiled. ‘I have a surprise for you.’- Flourens Delannoy, The Surprise, from the book Fairy Tales and StoriesI finished this last night and then fiiiinally [...]

    21. The more I read into this series, the more I have doubts with it. For example, why people in this high fantasy 'swords & magic' world are using terms which are very similar with us modern men and women? Why they seem to know about genetic engineering? Does this mean the humans in this world had once come from our world?Still, aside from my doubts and the lack of explanation, I still found myself enjoying this series. The characters are still going strong whilst the political schemes plots ar [...]

    22. Re-read after 15+ years.I think it's my favourite part of Witcher Saga. Not only the tension reaches its peak & the plot dashes wildly with the intensity of a hurricane, but author excels in using few clever tricks to keep the flow - for instance he smartly continues 1 thread plot between scenes while changing characters, location & time, but with keeping the focus on the same pivot element - simple, but nicely done (& helps with the flow - a lot).In general - no complaints, well, ma [...]

    23. It was good, not great.Three stars. A good instalment in the series, but doesn't reach the heights of the previous books. A little drawn out. The story focuses mainly on Ciri, with cameos by Geralt that may or may not have happened. The story was generally well told but a bit dull in parts, and I hope the author has saved up all the good stuff for the last book.

    24. "Fu allora che si levò lo spaventoso gemito di una beann'shie, annunciando una morte rapida e violenta, e attraverso il cielo nero come la pece si lanciò al galoppo la caccia selvaggia"Ciri è fuori di testa, ormai è logico. "Come rovinare un bel personaggio" una guida di Andrzej Sapkowski. Per fortuna si riprende un po' nel finale ma passa tutto il libro ad essere odiosa e ooc da matti.La storia con Miste è un nonsense completo. All'inizio ho pensato: wow! due personaggi lesbici (il primo [...]

    25. The Witcher #06 | The Tower of the Swallow (A Torre da Andorinha) - Andrzej Sapkowski | 448 pgs Gollancz 2016 | Nota 3.8 em 5 | Lido de 15.03.17 a 17.03.17 | NITROLEITURAS #fantasiaSINOPSEO mundo está engolfado em uma guerra total. Ciri, a filha da profecia, desapareceu. Caçada por amigos e inimigos igualmente, ela se disfarçou como uma bandida e viveu livre pela primeira vez em sua vida. Mas a rede ao seu redor está se fechando. Geralt, o Witcher, reuniu um grupo de aliados determinados a r [...]

    26. Well this novel is the dreaded "Set up for the final battle" tome. Andrzej Sapkowski get all the characters moving towards each other to set up the final book in the series, which has finally been published in English in 2017. Plus for some reason the narrator Peter Kenny after 2 books decided to call Dandelion like the flower and not Dan-de-leon which just sounds better. So why the 5 stars? Because the novel had a lot of nice touches. It slowed at times when the writing shifted away from the Wi [...]

    27. "Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested"Let me tell you The tower of Swallows should definitively be swallowed. I am such mark for Witcher series but nevermind that this I awesome book.'I'm Ciri of Kaer Morhen. I'm a witcher! I've come here to kill you' At this point, you are on board with that you only thing you can say I go, girl, because the story told is that compelling.Shame only one book left.

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