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All The Witcher Books in Order

The Witcher books were originally written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski back in the 1990s. In recent years, the popularity of The Witcher books has only increased, largely due to the successful Netflix series. However, with eight different books that lack any numbering, it might be difficult to discover the correct reading order of the books. That’s why we created a list containing all The Witcher books in order. This list will tell you exactly which volume to start with!

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Originally the books were written in Polish, under the name ‘Wiedźmin’. English translations have been around for a long time though, so you might find different editions. On very rare occasions, the series might be referred to as ‘The Hexer’, but modern translations should always refer to the series as ‘The Witcher’. Here’s the complete list of all The Witcher books in order for you:

  1. The Witcher: The Last Wish (published in 1993)
    • The stories of The Last Wish were previously published as ‘The Witcher’, only available in Polish. Although The Last Wish was published after Sword of Destiny, it is now considered as the first book in the series.
  2. The Witcher: Sword of Destiny (published in 1992)
  3. The Witcher: Blood of Elves (published in 1994)
  4. The Witcher: Time of Contempt (published in 1995)
  5. The Witcher: Baptism of Fire (published in 1996)
  6. The Witcher: The Tower of the Swallow (published in 1997)
  7. The Witcher: The Lady of the Lake (published in 1998)
  8. The Witcher: Season of Storms (published in 2013)

The English books are also available as The Witcher Boxed Set.

The Witcher Books in order

In addition to the books and the Netflix series, there are also games and comic books of The Witcher. For a complete overview, check out our The Witcher Timeline.

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Lars

Lars is a game journalist since 2005. He loves virtual adventures and appreciates a good story, whether told through environmental storytelling or deep lore. He has a large collection of books and comics based on his favorite games, like Halo, Assassin's Creed, and Metal Gear Solid.

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