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Miecz przeznaczenia Miecz przeznaczenia jest zbiorem opowiada stanowi cych swoist kontynuacj przyg d Geralta ze zbioru Ostatnie yczenie a zarazem poprzedza histori opisan w Sadze o wied minie Generalnie opowiadania sk

  • Title: Miecz przeznaczenia
  • Author: Andrzej Sapkowski
  • ISBN: 9788370540371
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Miecz przeznaczenia jest zbiorem opowiada stanowi cych swoist kontynuacj przyg d Geralta ze zbioru Ostatnie yczenie , a zarazem poprzedza histori opisan w Sadze o wied minie Generalnie opowiadania sk adaj ce si na omawiany zbi r nie r ni si niczym od napisanych wcze niej Geralt dzi ki swojej sile, odwadze i inteligencji walczy z potworami b d w inny spos Miecz przeznaczenia jest zbiorem opowiada stanowi cych swoist kontynuacj przyg d Geralta ze zbioru Ostatnie yczenie , a zarazem poprzedza histori opisan w Sadze o wied minie Generalnie opowiadania sk adaj ce si na omawiany zbi r nie r ni si niczym od napisanych wcze niej Geralt dzi ki swojej sile, odwadze i inteligencji walczy z potworami b d w inny spos b stara si pomaga ludziom wiat, w kt rym rozgrywa si akcja, jest przedstawiony w spos b niezwykle plastyczny, co sprawia, i mo na go sobie bez wi kszych problem w wyobrazi Ksi ka przesi kni ta jest emocjami, marzeniami i warto ciami Na kartach opowiada widzimy mi o , po wi cenie, honor, determinacj spowodowan zamiarem udzielenia pomocy ukochanemu, przywi zanie do w asnej ziemi.

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    1. Michelle on said:

      (Review of 2 books: “The Last Wish” and “The Sword of Destiny)It’s been a while since I’ve indulged in some sword and sorcery, and I’m happy to have come upon a trailer of “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” on Youtube. It’s visually stunning and highly fascinating! I wanted to learn more about the game and, to cut this story short (I guess you know where this is going anyway), discovered Andrej Sapkowski’s written wonders. I’m sure the games are awesome, but I’m quite glad that I [...]

    2. Evgeny on said:

      This is a second collection of short stories featuring Geralt of Rivia. If I understand correctly it was written before The Last Wish, but chronologically comes after that one. The stories of this anthology are longer and less funny although one of them can be considered to be entirely humorous. As most of the people already know Geralt is a witcher. This means he hunts monsters for living. He is also considered to be a mutant by many as his training included undergoing some chemical (herbs) and [...]

    3. ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans) on said:

      Uh-oh, I think my boyfriend Geralt is on strike. I mean, why else would the Most Deliciously Scrumptious Witcher Ever aka the Super Hot if Slightly Mutant Monster Slayer (MDSWEakatSHiSMMS™) butcher such a ridiculously low amount of supernatural beasts in this volume? Well, I guess it is also possible that his evil boring twin took over while I was, um, otherwise engaged with some of my other harem, um, boarders and stuff. Or maybe he was abducted by aliens, submitted to vigorous brain reprogra [...]

    4. Fredrik on said:

      I read this book in swedish (called Ödets Svärd - Sword of Destiny) and let me just say;WOW. Sapkowski, you f-ing rule.It doesn't seem like the Swedish publishers will publish any more Sapkowskibooks, and all I can say is; Your Loss, man.Luckily, the Witcher Saga is available in English!Everything about this book is awesome, from the characters to the world, to the humor and the fighting scenes. Geralt is a true badass, although he tries not to act like one. And his, kind of tragic, love story [...]

    5. Knjigoholičarka on said:

      Jedne večeri se Džon Grin i Paolo Koeljo otkinuli od Rubinovog Vinjaka i odlučili da pišu fantastiku pošto tu sad leži lova. "Ti dnapišeš onaj 'lozofski deo one one 'nutrašnje mono-loooge i spoljašnjekaksezovu", zapetlja Grin jezikom, "a ja ćdnapišem ljubvne priče i dialogitakoto". "Ae", reče Koeljo, pre nego što je glavom opalio o već lepljivi sto i skotrljao se na pod bifea "Čep".I tako je nastala ova knjiga.

    6. Markus on said:

      This second short story collection is unfortunately the weakest part of the Witcher universe that I have read. It is not on the level of The Last Wish, the stories feel mashed together without the same sense of purpose as in the other book, and they are less exciting, less symbolic and less epic.However, I love experiencing the world of the Witcher and following Geralt of Rivia and Yennefer of Vengerberg on their adventures (even though Yennefer is dreadfully annoying in this book compared to ot [...]

    7. Mogsy (MMOGC) on said:

      4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2015/12/17/aSword of Destiny is a collection of short stories featuring Geralt of Rivia, and it is actually the second book in The Witcher sequence. But because the English editions of the series’ first three full-length novels were released before this one (not to mention I was also pretty adamant about waiting for the audiobook, which wasn’t released until December 2015), I had to read it out of order.Now that I’ve completed the book though [...]

    8. Mili on said:

      It started out way too boring, its not that the characters are not interesting but it lacked a plot. Im not a short story person perse. After the mermaid chapter it got more intense and interesting. Thats when it picked up my interest (Brokilon, cool amazonian chicks and Ciri ) and I went through it quickly. Really cool ending, got me a wee it emotional xD

    9. Mari on said:

      [March 18, 2017] Marking for reread and also *fanfare* upping my rating to a full 4 stars. Do I think it's a 4 star book? I don't know. I just know that this world and these characters keep growing on me more and more. I've read these stories before (obvs) but that doesn't make them a bit more interesting, entertaining or edge-of-your-seat worthy. Part of my grading comes from rereadability. I hold stories that you can visit again and again in high esteem, and this is certainly a collection that [...]

    10. Althea Ann on said:

      The Bounds of ReasonRumor has quickly spread of a dragon on the loose, and an assorted group of warriors, wizards and scoundrels have assembled. Many are clearly there to slay the dragon and gain reward and treasure - but Geralt the witcher is also there, and he says he doesn't kill dragons. As the story unfolds, we discovers that others' motivations are also more varied than we might've guessed.A Shard of IceIn a dingy midden heap of a town, Geralt must compete with a powerful wizard for the af [...]

    11. Aziz Varlık on said:

      Çok duygusaldı buluşmaları 😢İlk kitaptan çok daha iyiydi. Üçüncü cilt ne zaman gelir acaba 😫

    12. José on said:

      «La espada del destino tiene dos filos y uno eres tú».«La espada del destino» es el segundo libro de la saga de Geralt de Rivia, mejor conocido como el brujo o The Witcher. Esta saga presenta un comienzo atípico en relación a otras obras de fantasía porque los dos primeros tomos son colecciones de historias cortas que ayudan a conocer a Geralt, el mundo en el cual transcurre la saga y los personajes que acompañarán al brujo a lo largo de su viaje; se puede decir que la saga comienza de [...]

    13. Dusty on said:

      What a pleasant surprise. I've heard good things about the Witcher books, of which the Witcher video games are based on, and I wasn't disappointed. This collection of short stories is not available in an official English translation so I had to read the fan translations. I didn't know what to expect in terms of the quality of the translation, but it was actually very well done. They were in Word doc format and I combined them and created a single Mobi file for the Kindle which turned out quite n [...]

    14. Mark Halse on said:

      The more stories I read about Geralt of Rivia the more I love him. The best thing about these stories is that the characters are so very real despite living in a fairy tale world.I liked this set of short stories a little better. In THE LAST WISH the only thing holding the stories together was that they all starred Geralt. In this book the stories were connected by more and seemed to lead to something. The thing I love most about Geralt is how honest he is as a character. Sometimes he's a selfis [...]

    15. Trevor Frazier on said:

      Another great collection of Geralt's adventures!There was more emotional depth than in the first set of stories, especially in A Little Sacrifice and Something More. The very last page of A Little Sacrifice wrecked my world for a few minutes. The feels man, the feels.The only story I didn't care for much was Eternal Flame. The pacing was horrible and the twist was foreshadowed so heavily that I already knew what to expect, therefore ruining any satisfaction at the end. Reasons to give this a rea [...]

    16. daisy on said:

      y'all I actually wrote a review instead of sticking RTC in the little text box and then forgetting about it - it's a miracle!! I'm gonna be completely honest - I didn't really love most of the stories in this one. Those featuring Ciri were by far my favourites, the last one in the little collection was my fave of the lot, but the rest were kind of just? okay? Which is a shame because I do quite like Geralt and find the magic and monsters and all of that jazz enjoyable + interesting.Something tha [...]

    17. Patremagne on said:

      "It's like they said! Geralt! it's like they said! Am I your destiny? Say it! Am I your destiny?""You're much more than that, Ciri. Much more."Fuck. Too many feels in these past two audiobooks.

    18. Gorgona Grim on said:

      Za razliku od prve knjige koja je koncipirana kao niz kratkih pričica, iako se donekle ponavlja forma, priče se "ukrupnjavaju" i nema toliko brzine i skokova. Međutim, ovo blago smirivanje tempa pripovedanja uopšte ne šteti, naprotiv, predstavlja odličan prelaz ka narednim nastavcima sage.Kroz šest priča pratimo Geralta i njegove avanture. Priče su ovaj put međusobno čvršće povezane i referišu se na pojedine likove i događaje iz prve knjige. "Granica mogućnosti" je priča o mitsk [...]

    19. Jeraviz on said:

      Sapkowski entra en mi top de mejores escritores. Alucino con la cantidad de registros que tiene en los diálogos, haciendo que cada personaje tenga voz propia. Las escenas de acción las narra milimétricamente y cuando se tiene que poner épico, se pone como el que más. Grandísimo trabajo también el del traductor.En este segundo tomo sigue con el formato de relatos, para profundizar en la historia de los personajes pero sin un hilo conductor como sucedía en el primer libro. Esto ha hecho qu [...]

    20. Laura on said:

      Me ha faltado algo para darle 4 estrellas, pero tampoco son 3.Es entretenido porque hay muchas historias y no te da tiempo a aburrirte, pero yo ya quería una trama más continua. La historia que más me ha gustado ha sido la del dragón, porque los dragones son mi debilidad.La de las dríadas del bosque espero que la vuelvan a tocar más tarde en alguno de los libros porque tengo mucha curiosidad.Y ahora voy a hablar un poco (muy poco) de los personajes. Jaskier me hace mucha gracia y siempre e [...]

    21. Mladen on said:

      Kao i prva knjiga - brzo, osvežavajuće, bez opterećujućeg razvlačenja, s malo više humora i mnogo bolje osmišljenim celinama/pričama.Utkana poznata mitologija, to jest poznata bića ne ostavljaju utisak prežvakavanja već poznatog jer su preoblikovana u skladu s pričama - odlično utkana u piščev svet koji mi se, kako čitanje odmiče, sve više dopada. Za razliku od nekih drugih serijala, koji su mi se smučili na drugoj knjizi jer vode u beskrajno prežvakavanje po svetovima koji s [...]

    22. Michelle Morrell on said:

      Oh Geralt, how do I love you? Enough to sneak chapters on my phone whenever I can. So yeah yeah, I came to the books through the Witcher 3 game. A quick trip through the wiki helped a little, but there's nothing like source material. All this backstory is finally filling the massive holes in my knowledge (and finally introducing me to the people behind the Gwent cards).More Geralt side quests, all wrapped around more of the story of young child Ciri and their shared destiny, with some Yennifer o [...]

    23. Jennifer Melzer on said:

      I have become so emotionally attached to these characters over the last few years. By the time I got to the end of the last story in the Sword of Destiny I had a pile of tissues on the table beside me.These stories were missing, little bits and pieces of the story in the fog, but wow Just wow. Filling in those empty spaces was like coming home through memories you almost forgot were the greatest part of who you were, are and will one day be.

    24. Celise on said:

      I can't say this second volume of short stories in the Witcher Saga was nearly as enchanting as The Last Wish, but it was still good. Just a bit more hit and miss, and the monsters were less philosophical and interesting. I also couldn't seem to sit down and read an entire story in one go, which I was able to with the previous volume.My favourite was The Bounds of Reason, which I thought featured some pretty cool characters. Plus there were dragons, and dragons never get old in fantasy for me. O [...]

    25. Meseceva on said:

      Mrcvarismo se ova knjiga i ja mnogo duže nego što sam mislila da bi bilo moguće posle solidne uvodne priče. Naredne tri priče su donele veliko iskušenje da odustanem od daljeg čitanja, a time i od ostatka Sage o vešcu, što baš i nisam bila rada, pa uz nešto gunđanja i zevanja iščitah te delove slabijeg kvaliteta. A onda je došla nagrada u vidu dve poslednje, vrhunske priče - Mač sudbine i Nešto više. Nadam se da će ostatak sage biti bar približno na nivou pripovedanja u tim [...]

    26. Mizuki on said:

      After this re-reading I can confidently give The Witcher: Sword of Destiny five stars. The stories are cleverly plotted with a great sense of humor, the fairy-tale re-telling elements are well placed, the characters are freshed out, what is not to love?

    27. Razvan Zamfirescu on said:

      Spicuiri din recenzia finala care se gaseste pe blogul meuCronologic, în arhitectura temporală a lumii Witcher, volumul de față se recomandă a se citi după Ultima dorință, chiar dacă Sabia destinului a fost scrisă înaintea volumului ante pomenit. Prin urmare, unii cititori s-ar putea simți ușor ciudat, dat fiind faptul că se găsesc în fața unor serii de povestiri care încearcă, de fapt, să te familiarizeze cu un personaj pe care deja l-ai cunoscut și de care deja te-ai ataș [...]

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