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Andrzej Sapkowski Анджей Сапковський Сергій Легеза
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  • Title: Хрещення вогнем
  • Author: Andrzej Sapkowski Анджей Сапковський Сергій Легеза
  • ISBN: 9786171214880
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Hardcover


Evgeny Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
In the previous book Geralt's POV ended with him getting beaten the crap out of, in a really bad way. In the beginning of this book he did not recovered, but he really had no time for full recovery as he needed to finish what he was trying to do before he was stopped. He left the sanctuary he was staying in and went straight toward the war front - all the nearby kingdoms were entertaining themselves in all-out war. Geralt still had an illusion that he would be able to stay neutral. To make a lon [...]
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Sr3yas Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
4.5 StarsNot only this is my favorite Witcher book, but this might just be my favorite fantasy book where hardly anything happens to further the plot.Okay, I am not even sure that is a classifiable category, but I am going to roll with it. [Mild spoilers ahead and major spoilers are made invisible by magic (view spoiler)[Seriously, this is not coding(hide spoiler)]]A lion's share of this tale belongs to Witcher and his posse's journey to Nifflegard [Which they never reach] and the rest of the na [...]
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Mogsy (MMOGC) Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2015/08/23/aOver the last two months, I’ve been working my way through all the available Witcher Saga novels in audiobook format. The series is surprisingly addictive, so much so that it feels like I was just listening to the first book Blood of Elves yesterday. And now that I’ve come to the end of book three, I find myself a bit lost and drifting. After all, the print version of the next book (The Swallow’s Tower) hasn’t even been transl [...]
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Joey Woolfardis Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
This review can be found on Amaranthine Reads.We come to book three of the Witcher series, or book five if you're counting the first two collections of short stories. Whichever way you want to look at it, Baptism of Fire is the same dull book as it would be in any order.The series continues with Geralt the Witcher searching the land for the Child Surprise, Ciri. The war rages on around them and it seems every faction is on the look out for Ciri, too. But Geralt is injured and the sorcerers are i [...]
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Jennifer Melzer Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
The symbolic Baptism of Fire is repeated throughout the story, as beliefs are challenged, paths reforged and it becomes certain that through the fire one must trek if he wishes to be born anew, like a phoenix rising from the ashes. There were so many delightful parts of this story, clever and witty moments that made me laugh out loud, as well as emotionally gripping instances that touched my heart in ways that will surely linger long after the entire story is finished. Now I move swiftly into Th [...]
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Marta Conejo Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Terminar un libro de Geralt de Rivia para coger otro libro de Geralt de Rivia. Esa es mi actual vida. Andamos con nuestro querido brujo y su querido juglar, con una Ciri cuya vida ha cambiado totalmente, con un consejo secreto de hechiceras los caminos están llenos de cuerpos, sangre, guerra, cosas feas, y, si fuera George Martin, supongo que también dragones. Pero es Andrzej Sapkowski. Es verdad que esta saga se ha ido focalizando mucho más a la parte de la historia Ciri-Geralt, pero eso no [...]
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Celise Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Netflix is making a TV series adaptation of these books and I am HYPED. I highly, highly recommend reading the series, starting with The Last Wish, which is a short story anthology introducing the world and characters. Two of the books in this series have been some of my most enjoyed reads, and have made it onto my rather sparsely populated favourites list. This review doesn't really contain spoilers, but you probably won't want to read it if you haven't read the books.Baptism of Fire is the fif [...]
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Thomas Stacey Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
True rating = 4.5 stars. I had the hardest time deciding whether to give 4 or 5 stars - I settled on 4 because there wasn't nearly enough of Ciri. This is still a great book: plenty of action and intrigue as war rages across the land, with Geralt and company heading straight into the heart of it in search of Ciri. This is a dark tale that pulls no punches when depicting the chaos of war.Some compelling new characters are introduced, and a couple of minor players are given their time of day. Rare [...]
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Thomas Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Βαθμολογία: ★★★★★Στο τρίτο βιβλίο της πενταλογίας, ένα συγκεκριμένο πρόσωπο συνεχίζει να αγνοείται, ο Geralt ξεκινά ένα μακρύ ταξίδι για να την αναζητήσει ενώ γύρω του σχηματίζεται η πιο παράδοξη συντροφιά. Μαζί θα διασχίσουν πεδία μάχης, θα συναντήσουν φίλους και εχθρούς, [...]
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Jeraviz Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Curiosamente tiene una estructura justo al contrario del cuarto libro. En la anterior novela me quejaba de que terminaba con el típico viaje a caballo donde no pasa gran cosa. Pues aquí continúa ese estilo durante casi ¡150 páginas!.Pero cuando ya estaba maquinando la reseña que iba a escribir aquí, de repente Sapkowski se debió de dar cuenta de algo y el último tercio vuelve a lo mejor del anterior libro: diálogos inteligentes, acción, humorY termina dejándome con ganas de seguir co [...]
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Anirudh Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
It is a sad experience when your favourite book lets you down. The Witcher, spawner of books and 3 hugely popular games fails to create the charm it held in the previous books of the series. Plot The biggest let down of the book, the plot of Baptism of Fire is simply non existent. The story is about Geralt setting out to find Ciri but the story gets lost midway. In the whole book, nothing really happens. The witcher mopes, grunts and travels and yet reaches nowhere. There is no ending or a twist [...]
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Anthony K Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Man, I am eating these things up like muthafuckin candy. I love all the characters well except Yen lol I am a long time witcher fan from the games, and Yen has always rubbed me the wrong way although I guess she rubs Geralt the right way :PIm already pretty deep into the next book, I just havent taken the time to get on GR the last week.Highly recommend these.
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Online Eccentric Librarian Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Ah, Geralt of Rivia. I can’t quite put my finger on why I enjoy this series, or rather the world they are set in so much. It is a very classic fantasy where the exploring of new places (read: questing) is a big part. But it is also a very modern fantasy with gritty undertones and imperfect protagonists. Or more accurately, the dry British humor in which the story is told - never making a joke of the world, but let the reader see th [...]
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Mizuki Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
I think it is a good transition book and the new characters are interesting, the plots about the wizards' coup and the other political schemes are getting clearer as well, can't wait to see how the main characters' journey will turn out!
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Laura Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
¡Qué final! De lo mejor hasta ahora.Todo lo relacionado con el vampiro me ha parecido muy interesante.Me habría gustado que saliesen más Triss y Ciri, pero agradezco no haber tenido que aguantar a Yennefer."Geralt de Rivia". Me ha encantado.
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Kenchiin Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Narrative is a little bit weird in this one. Sometimes I felt I was reading a lighthearted comedy about friends traveling from one place to the other. Suddenly, I was in the middle of a bloody and political war.The ups and downs kind of turned me off at some point, and I know this is supposed to be a Medieval setting but the use of the femme cast sometimes worried me. It looks like in the Witcher world you can only be an "angry feminazi" or a "useless woman". No shades of grey. Anyways, still a [...]
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KatHooper Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Will review soon at fantasyliterature.
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Piotr Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Zazwyczaj środkowe tomy większości serii fantasy są ich najsłabszym ogniwem - oczywiście są niesamowite wyjątki, jednak - są to wyjątki. W środkowe tomy są zazwyczaj zapchajdziurami, rozwlekającymi niepotrzebne wątki (Koło Cczasu, ekhm) i eksploatującymi bohaterów do znienawidzenia ich przez czytelnika u Sapkowskiego nic takiego nie ma. Książka jest świetnie skonstruowana pod względem stylistycznym i fabularnym. Mimo iż akcja skupia się w jakichś 80% na wiedźminie i jego [...]
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Fantasy Literature Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Baptism of Fire is the fifth book in Andrzej Sapkowski’s WITCHER series. It starts up immediately after the events in The Time of Contempt, which you must read before picking up Baptism of Fire. This review will contain spoilers for previous books.Previously, in The Time of Contempt, Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri got caught up in a coup on the island of Thanedd. The Chapter of Mages was destroyed as the sorcerers and sorceresses were either killed or otherwise dispersed. Geralt was defeated and [...]
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Dustin Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Great book. Picks up almost immediately where the last book ended. Geralt still on his quest to find and save Ciri. My only disappointment was that it ended sort of abruptly.
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Sebastien Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
That was rather bad actually.It was meandering and pointless, none of the characters really managed to do, well, anything. Geralt walked around a bit along the river but is still pretty damn far from getting where he wants to go. Ciri is still pretty much at the same place (both geographically and mentally) as she was last novel and the sorceress spent the whole novel building a misandrist cult that still hasn't really done anything.Geralt was actually extremely obnoxious in this novel. He spent [...]
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Kyle Muntz Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Still the most interesting epic fantasy series I've seen in years, and probably the best. This one is the most focused so far, and also maybe the most organic. Plus David French's translation reads incredibly well. The only problem is I still haven't been able to find any plans for releasing the next book, and it would be terrible if Orbit were to leave the series hanging here. From what I've read, Sapkowski is the most important fantasy writer in Poland, but twenty years later we still have a l [...]
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Joseph Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Bit of an odd duck, this one. On the one hand, I genuinely enjoyed reading it -- Geralt is an appealing character, and I like the world; it's suitably grubby and Eastern European in feel. On the other hand, this particular book really only works in context of the larger series -- it doesn't feel like a standalone; it feels like a couple hundred pages chopped from the middle of a larger work.So: Read it if you're already following the series; if not, best go back and start at the beginning.
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fenrir Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
'La tua spedizione ha un fine personale e privato, anzi è il carattere di questo fine a richiedere che tu lo realizzi da solo, personalmente. Il rischio, la minaccia, la fatica, la lotta con la disperazione devono gravare solo ed esclusivamente su di te. Perché fanno parte della penitenza e del riscatto della colpa che stai perseguendo. Una sorta di battesimo del fuoco direi. Passerai attraverso il fuoco, che brucia ma al tempo stesso purifica'Il battesimo del fuoco (Chrzest Ognia) è il terzo [...]
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Xavi Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Este libro esta dividido en tres personajes.1. Cahir Mawr Dyffryn aep Ceallach: Quien diria que alguien a tan corta edad tuviera el valor que se necesitaba para poder liderar un ejercito en apuros, que por unos instantes estaba derrotado.2. Jaskier este personaje sigue dandome muchas sorpresas, Guerrero no es, pero con un par de palabras en esa última lucha logro dar la última chispa que se necesitaba para que los soldados tomaran el valor necesario que les hacia falta para entrar a la batalla [...]
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Angel Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Le cuesta un poco arrancar, pero luego la cosa mejora. Lleno de crítica, humor y grandes diálogos. Me ha encantado el grupo que se ha ido uniendo a Geralt, genial me lo he pasado viendo como se discurrian los hechos en su compañía.
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Marquise Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
This was a slight improvement on the previous book, mostly because of Geralt's Hanza, that weird and hilarious bunch of travel companions our still-healing Witcher managed to gather as he went to the rescue of Ciri, and also because Ciri herself was . . . er, there was less Ciri and she was much better without the Rats. Oh, and the extremely ironic and laugh-out-loud ending also merited the half star I'm throwing in. Yes, I was feeling that generous after that good a belly laugh
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мεgяεร. Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Milva parte subito dimostrandosi un'insensibile quando gode nel dire in faccia a Geralt che Ciri è morta e lui sbianca ed a momenti sviene. Ovviamente non può che peggiorare e peggiorare di pagina in pagina tanto da arrivare ad essere il peggior personaggio dei libri fin ora.E' bravissima con l'arco, bella, amica degli elfi, con un passato tragico, analfabeta o almeno così dice lei perché a parte ripetere continuamente "ma io sono stupida" non è che poi dia veramente l'impressione di essere [...]
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Jordi Balcells Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Vale, ahora sí que arranca la gran historia que nos quiere contar Sapkowski; ahora ya empezamos a vislumbrar por dónde van los tiros. Los primeros dos libros fueron un prólogo, los siguientes dos fueron la introducción y ahora ya estamos en el nudo de esta épica. Va, decidme que sí, que 3/4 partes de este libro han sido una peregrinación de la Comunidad del anillo y me he aburrido. Luego ya han echado mano de los árboles genealógicos y se ha animado el cotarro.Los dos primeros libros er [...]
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Alain Apr 03, 2020 - 07:53 AM
Increíble. Tras leer el segundo de la saga, pensaba que Sapkowski no podría sorprenderme otra vez, pero desde luego me equivoqué. Si en los dos libros anteriores veíamos como Geralt perdía protagonismo a favor de Ciri, este libro se centra casi exclusivamente en las andanzas de Geralt, Jaskier y unos cuantos nuevos personajes, siendo marginales las intervenciones de Yennefer y Ciri.Lo que más me gustó de los dos primeros libros fue la presentación de los personajes por parte de Sapkowski [...]
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