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Did you enjoy The Witcher on Netflix? Are you ready to dive into Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher books? "The Witcher" is a heroic fantasy series created by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Fans of the genre equate the saga of Geralt to the cult works of Tolkien and Martin.Sapkowski created an amazing book world with a curious system of magic, charismatic characters, a non-tri Did you enjoy The Witcher on Netflix? Are you ready to dive into Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher books? "The Witcher" is a heroic fantasy series created by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Fans of the genre equate the saga of Geralt to the cult works of Tolkien and Martin.Sapkowski created an amazing book world with a curious system of magic, charismatic characters, a non-trivial plot, sparkling humor, and a non-classical narrative style. In the works of the Polish science fiction writer, there are many diverse characters and time transitions.In order to perceive the events described in the saga organically, it is necessary to read the stories and novels in the correct order. This guide will help you.You can also use the reading list as checklist. Simply use the inbuilt highlight feature to highlight all the books that you have already read.Enjoy!


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Did you enjoy The Witcher on Netflix? Are you ready to dive into Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher books? "The Witcher" is a heroic fantasy series created by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Fans of the genre equate the saga of Geralt to the cult works of Tolkien and Martin.Sapkowski created an amazing book world with a curious system of magic, charismatic characters, a non-tri Did you enjoy The Witcher on Netflix? Are you ready to dive into Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher books? "The Witcher" is a heroic fantasy series created by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Fans of the genre equate the saga of Geralt to the cult works of Tolkien and Martin.Sapkowski created an amazing book world with a curious system of magic, charismatic characters, a non-trivial plot, sparkling humor, and a non-classical narrative style. In the works of the Polish science fiction writer, there are many diverse characters and time transitions.In order to perceive the events described in the saga organically, it is necessary to read the stories and novels in the correct order. This guide will help you.You can also use the reading list as checklist. Simply use the inbuilt highlight feature to highlight all the books that you have already read.Enjoy!

30 review for The Witcher Books in Order: How to read Andrzej Sapkowski’s series? Your Full Guide & Checklist

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I found this to be very helpful! I am a fan of the Witcher. Ignorant to its origin, I first binge watched the Netflix tv series. After which I immediately wanted to soak up everything Witcher . I was admittedly confused with the story line due to what seemed to me as unclear timeline, that affects my understanding of what is going on in each story segment, I found myself realizing that it I had a clearer indication that the episodes \story's where in no way chronological , if have not been so ut I found this to be very helpful! I am a fan of the Witcher. Ignorant to its origin, I first binge watched the Netflix tv series. After which I immediately wanted to soak up everything Witcher . I was admittedly confused with the story line due to what seemed to me as unclear timeline, that affects my understanding of what is going on in each story segment, I found myself realizing that it I had a clearer indication that the episodes \story's where in no way chronological , if have not been so utterly confused, as without knowing they jumped back and forth in time and thus the main characters had or had not experienced things or knew ppl they were interacting with had me half crazy, ex. An episode showed Garld in one scene with yennifer, ( this is assume he knew her while watching a later episode, ) when it fact that later episode was actually the story about when the first met eachother... Which was glaringly obvious , and caused me to have to practically go back and rewatch every story from from the beginning, and do my best to wipe my mind of understanding to figure out which parts where in the past , so I could perceive what was happening accurately rather than what happened before I knew it jumped around, therefore I didn't sit there dumbfounded, thinking 'wait, wtf Gerald! Why are u doing that when u already knows this person that lied and deceived you so badly once before!' .. Needless to say when researching it with correct chronological context, it was very clear , cause he didn't know yet duh. Point is THANK YOU to this guide , after I've watch the show, and now have read the first book a bbq d am staring the second, (I still had moments of confusion) that this author s this helped me set straight, and now look forward to continuing my reading with a much more solid base of understanding, that I'm thinking will hopefully allow my enjoyment with reading to increase greatly without the cloudy confusion I trudged on with detracting from the greatness of the Witchers tale.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Brian Nattrass

    A Good Introduction to The Witcher and it's author I just finished watching the entire first season of the Netflix series The Witcher, which I enjoyed so much that it motivated me to read the books that the series is based on. Upon doing a search on Amazon, I discovered that the Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski had written several fantasy full-length books plus short stories on the hero's extraordinary adventures. So I wanted to get an overview of the entire body of work on The Witcher as well as A Good Introduction to The Witcher and it's author I just finished watching the entire first season of the Netflix series The Witcher, which I enjoyed so much that it motivated me to read the books that the series is based on. Upon doing a search on Amazon, I discovered that the Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski had written several fantasy full-length books plus short stories on the hero's extraordinary adventures. So I wanted to get an overview of the entire body of work on The Witcher as well as to learn more details of the lives of the main characters. I was very happy to find this introduction written by Ted West. I am glad that I bought it because it helped to answer a lot of questions that I had as the Netflix episodes unfolded. It also helped me to decide which of the books I wanted to start with reading. This is a helpful book and I recommend it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joan T Bui

    Great outline! Thank you for explaining the The Witcher. I’ve never read the books before. I watched the series on Netflix and was hooked. I had to watch it again and again. The series sucked me in but it was a little confusing with the time lines. After reading your guide...I had a better understanding of the characters, events that took place, and the reasoning for all this chaotic and exciting adventures in the story. Splendid details you gave me. Thank you! :)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Enrique

    A good resource book for readers new to the Witches universe The author provides the reader with a good introduction to the Witcher universe without spoiling the stories of the book series. He provides enough detail to prepare a reader for what he will encounter without giving away any plot. I read this after playing Witcher 3 and watching season one of Netflix' The Witches. I'm now reading The book series and really recommend it to any fan of the fantasy genre. A good resource book for readers new to the Witches universe The author provides the reader with a good introduction to the Witcher universe without spoiling the stories of the book series. He provides enough detail to prepare a reader for what he will encounter without giving away any plot. I read this after playing Witcher 3 and watching season one of Netflix' The Witches. I'm now reading The book series and really recommend it to any fan of the fantasy genre.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Reese

    More than expected I was more than a little surprised by how much information was presented in this book. I was expecting a list of which books to read in order. Instead I got not only the list but an in-depth review of the history of the series (which i loved). A pleasant surprise that I will be recommending to my friend who are also interested in the series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Good guide for all things Witcher Worth reading, for sure. Includes an interview with Andrzej Sapkowski. Notes all the various book, comics, video games, etc. Short, sweet & to the point. 9/10 unicorns 🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄

  7. 4 out of 5

    Patrick J. McKinney

    Great And Informative This will help me to reread these books, and better understand what is going on. A must for the people who haven’t read the series!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Janet Desmarais

    Interesting Enjoyed it very much. It's a change from what I usually read. I'm thinking I'll try another in the series. Interesting Enjoyed it very much. It's a change from what I usually read. I'm thinking I'll try another in the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Swingle

    Excellent Recap Great as an introduction to the Witcher series as well as fulfilling those of us with a hunger for more information about the Witcher’s world. Thanks, Ted.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alexandr Shaluhin

    Helps me to organize and read the saga in order without getting ahead of myself.

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