'Like a complicated magic spell, a Sapkowski novel is a hodge podge of fantasy, intellectual discourse and dry humour. Recommended' TIMECiri is the child of prophesy, foretold to have the power to change the world, for good or for evil. And she's finally on her way to the magical college on Thanedd Island learn how to master her powers.Accompanied by the powerful enchantress Yennefer the journey should be a simple one, but they receive word that they are being followed and shortly afterwards Ciri is mistaken for a student and arrested. Separated from Yennefer and thrown on her own resources, Ciri turns to Geralt, a powerful Witcher, for aid . . . and takes the first steps along a path which will lead to revolution . . .'A great read' (Waterstones.com), from the winner of the first ever David Gemmell Legend Award.