The Witcher: The Time of Contempt

A few days ago I finished listening to the audiobook for The Witcher: The Time of Contempt, the narration was a lot better than the first book which was read at a faster pace than other books. The story unfolded and was good in places, I enjoyed Ciri’s I’m never lost mindset and that was referenced nicely in the Witcher 3.

After playing through all 3 games, I was able to better picture the vast amount of characters and a much more clear idea of the setting. The overall story is a lot easier to follow and much more enjoyable having played the games first, then reading/listening to the books. It’s easy to see why CD Projekt Red adapted the Witcher series into games.

Definitely picking up Baptism of Fire next month along with The End of All Things by John Scalzi.

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