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Warriors of God

Andrzej Sapkowski

4 Reviews

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Fantasy

The second volume of the HUSSITE trilogy by the bestselling author of THE WITCHER takes Reynevan - scoundrel, magician, possibly a fool - into the depths of the Hussite war as he searches for his lost lover and attempts to navigate the religious fervours of the fifteenth century.

WARRIORS OF GOD, the second volume of the Hussite Trilogy by Andrzej Sapkowski, author of the bestselling Witcher series, depicts the adventures of Reynevan and his friends in the years 1427-28 as war erupts across Europe.

Reynevan begins by hiding away in Bohemia but soon leaves for Silesia, where he carries out dangerous, secret missions entrusted to him by the leaders of the Hussite religion. At the same time he strives to avenge the death of his brother and discover the whereabouts of his beloved. Once again pursued by multiple enemies, Reynevan is constantly getting into and out of trouble.

Sapkowski's deftly written novel delivers gripping action full of numerous twists and mysteries, seasoned with elements of magic and Sapkowski's ever-present - and occasionally bawdy - sense of humour. Fans of the Witcher will appreciate the rich panorama of this slice of the Middle Ages.

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Praise for Warriors of God

  • 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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