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The Lady of the Lake

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Andrzej Sapkowski

Narrated By: Peter Kenny

Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA

Date: March 2017

Duration: 20 hours 20 minutes

Summary:

The Witcher returns in this action-packed sequel to The Tower of Swallows, in the New York Times bestselling series that inspired The Witcher video games.

After walking through the portal in the Tower of Swallows while narrowly escaping death, Ciri finds herself in a completely different world... an Elven world. She is trapped with no way out. Time does not seem to exist and there are no obvious borders or portals to cross back into her home world.

But this is Ciri, the child of prophecy, and she will not be defeated. She knows she must escape to finally rejoin the Witcher, Geralt, and his companions - and also to try to conquer her worst nightmare. Leo Bonhart, the man who chased, wounded and tortured Ciri, is still on her trail. And the world is still at war.

Witcher novels
Blood of Elves
The Time of Contempt
Baptism of Fire
The Tower of Swallows
Lady of the Lake

Witcher collections
The Last Wish
Sword of Destiny

The Malady and Other Stories: An Andrzej Sapkowski Sampler (e-only)


Translated from original Polish by David French

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  • Glenn S

    While the author frequently takes too long to move the plot forward, Peter Kenny is the best narrator I've listened to. I sometimes forget it's just one person talking. He has an incredible ability to voice a large number of diverse characters.

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  • Aaron V.

    This book has me torn. Once again, Peter Kenny performs an awesome read. I cant say anything bad about his reading of any of the novels - absolutely fantastic. Sapkowski on the other hand, delivers a good book, but i think is trying too hard. I stead of staying true to the story, he introduces a wild new twist at the beginning and the end of the story that really has no bearing on the plot and ends up distracting and disappointing. I also find his treatment of Ciri confusing - on the one hand shes this strong and independent woman who’s slayed beasts, survived at odds, joined a gang, been almost killed, taken on enemies and won, and yet when Geralt or Yennifer are around they treat her like a 6 year old. Its just too far of a gap to bridge between them. This book also splits off considerable amounts of time to nit even secondary or tertiary characters but beyond and even new characters, none of whom actually advance the story in a meaningful direction. They’re great stories and Sapkowski does a great job telling the stories, but most are sadly a distraction from the actual story. Again, sadly, the ending seems rushed like he ran out of time to tell the real story (go figure), and most story lines are poorly wrapped up. I feel like its a good book, and the narration certainly makes up for what the book is lacking, but overall this book could be so much better!