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Season of Storms

Narrated by: Peter Kenny
Length: 11 hrs and 44 mins
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Summary

Geralt. The witcher whose mission is to protect ordinary people from the monsters created with magic. A mutant who has the task of killing unnatural beings. He uses a magical sign, potions and the pride of every witcher - two swords, steel and silver. But what would happen if Geralt lost his weapons? 

Andrzej Sapkowski returns to his most popular hero in a stand-alone novel where Geralt fights, travels and loves again, Dandelion sings and flies from trouble to trouble, sorcerers are scheming...and across the whole world clouds are gathering - the season of storms is coming.... 

©2018 Andrzej Sapkowski (P)2018 Orion Publishing Group Limited

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great

excellent as always. Peter Kenny narrates so well .I always enjoy listening to the Witcher saga's.

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A saga i wish would never end

Peter Kenny as usual nailing it.
Not much to say about the book other than my favourite The Witcher books are the ones of Geralt doing the witcher around the world.

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Good story

Great 2nd part into the story of the witcher series, some memorable moments and was impressed with the ogre voice over, did make me laugh.

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  • JD
  • 12-05-19

Not the best in the series, but great to hear more

More Geralt stories is always a good thing, even if this novel isn't the best in the series. The story never seemed to quite link up as well as it should have, and some of the humor was a little more slapstick than the deadpan we are used to but its still a must read for fans of the series.

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great

another good book in the series! loved it and the performance narration from Peter Kenny

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Never gets old

I wasn't sure how I felt about this book before I started. With it being a stand-alone story. However it had me hooked from the start.

Andrzej Sapkowski certainly hasn't lost his touch.

Peter Kenny never ceases to amaze me with his immersive narration.

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Best book in the series

Absolutely amazing book!! Fantastic dialogue and story telling, compelling characters and a great ending. I would give it a higher rating if I could. Highly recommended!

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Very enjoyable experience.

Full of excitement and entertainment, never a dull moment for are anti hero, until the very end.

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Satisfactory

No Ciri in sight, so all good. As per usual, the plot is a bit choppy and fragmented, but the university created by the author is, again, absolutely wondrous and fascinating. One of the best books of the Witcher saga.

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Made me sad, but in a good way

Peter Kenny delivers another stunning performance in yet another excellent Witcher book. The story goes along at a perfect pace and is yet again full of loss, humour and excellent times with a cast of characters I have grown to love. Eagerly looking forward to further works in the Witcher universe.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-06-18

Sapkowski does it again

Are any series-long questions answered? NO. Do we get a definitive ending? NO. Do we get any details that change the reading of previous parts in the saga? NO. What we do get is some beautiful insights into the world and characters, some of the most exciting of Geralt's adventures, real stakes despite this being a prequel and Sapkowski's unique style and humor at its finest. Great for series veterans AND newcomers who aren't sure whether or not they'll like the saga, but want a taste. The vocal performance is stellar as well.

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  • Agnes Kuczewska
  • 09-05-19

electric

amazing journeys, love it how all books are connected with each other. and can't wait to set up on the journey again.