The Witcher saga has become very famous over the last decade, mainly thanks to the great popularity of video games developed by CD Projekt RED and the recent Netflix series of the same name.
The origins of Geralt di Rivia, the starring monster hunter of the TV series and games, however, derive from the saga of books written by Andrzej Sapkowski. Reading them is therefore a great starting point for approaching the fantasy universe of The Witcher.
The Witcher’s written narrative is divided into two different categories: the first consists of three novels that act as collections of stories to introduce the main characters of the saga, such as Geralt, Ranunculus and Cyri; the second is instead Even if they are still enjoyable in scattered order, the ideal is to read The Witcher’s books in a specific chronological order, so as to better understand the history of the characters and the correct evolution of the events that shaped the world in which
Stories of The Witcher
The Guardian of the Innocents – introduces the characters of Geralt of Rivia, Ranunculus and the magician Yennefer The Season of Storms – acts as a link between the first and third books of this first series The S
The Wicher’s novels
The Blood of the Elves The Time of War The Baptism of Fire The Tower of the Rondine The Lady of the Lake
In these five novels some fundamental themes are dealt with more deeply, such as the turbulent relationship between Geralt and Yennefer, the complex geopolitical issues between the kingdoms and empires of the continent (in particular the war with Nilfgaard),
While we’re here, you can go over the whole The Witcher thing. In case you want to recover the third chapter on new generation consoles, know that the update next-gen free of charge of The Witcher 3 arrives in Q2 2022.