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Light Perpetual: Book Three

Andrzej Sapkowski

4 Reviews

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Fantasy

The epic conclusion to the Hussite Trilogy by the bestselling author of The Witcher finds Reynevan - infamous magician and disgraced scoundrel - on the run after being sentenced to death by the Catholic Church.

Reynevan is besieged on all sides and faces torture and execution if he makes any mistake in his quest to find his beloved, Jutta of Apolda. Aided by his companions - the ever-pragmatic Scharley and the mysterious being known as Samson Honeypot - his journey takes him all over the Bohemian realm.

And Reynevan will need every ounce of his wit, intelligence and cunning if he is to succeed in his search. The political and religious alliances of the Hussite Wars are ever shifting, and the battle for dominance threatens to devour anyone who gets in their way.

Faced too with dark magical forces summoned by the malevolent Birkart of Grellenort, aided by his terrifying band of Back Riders, Reynevan knows the odds of finding Jutta decrease with every obstacle he is forced to overcome along the way. But he has never let impossible odds stop him before - and he will be reunited with his love, whatever the cost.

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Praise for Light Perpetual: Book Three

  • Like a complicated magic spell, a Sapkowski novel is a hodge podge of fantasy, intellectual discourse and dry humour. Recommended - Time [on the Witcher series]

  • Like Mieville and Gaiman, Sapkowski takes the old and makes it new - Foundation [on the Witcher series]

  • Sapkowski's love for the period is clear as he touches on notorious historical events and figures . . . This is historical fantasy done right - Publishers Weekly (starred review)

  • A ripping yarn delivered with world-weary wit, bursting at the seams with sex, death, magic and madness - Joe Abercrombie

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Andrzej Sapkowski

Sapkowski was born in 1948 in Poland. He studied economy and business, but the success of his fantasy cycle about the sorcerer Geralt de Rivia turned him into a bestselling writer and he is now one of Poland's most famous and successful authors, selling more in his own country than Stephen King or Michael Crichton.

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