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Inside this Book – Later, it was said the man came from the north, from Ropers Gate. He came on foot, leading his laden horse by the bridle. It was late afternoon and the ropers’, saddlers’ and tanners’ stalls were already closed, the street empty. It was hot but the man had a black coat thrown over his shoulders. He drew attention to himself. He stopped in front of the Old Narakort Inn, stood there for a moment, listened to the hubbub of voices. As usual, at this hour, it was full of people. The stranger did not enter the Old Narakort. He pulled his horse further down the street to another tavern, a smaller one, called The Fox. Not enjoying the best of reputations, it was almost empty. The innkeeper raised his head above a barrel of pickled cucumbers and measured the man with his gaze. The outsider, still in his coat, stood stiffly in front of the counter, motionless and silent. ‘What will it be?’ ‘Beer,’ said the stranger. His voice was unpleasant. The innkeeper wiped his hands on his canvas apron and filled a chipped earthenware tankard. The stranger was not old but his hair was almost entirely white. Beneath his coat he wore a worn leather jerkin laced up at the neck and shoulders. As he took off his coat those around him noticed that he carried a sword – not something unusual in itself, nearly every man in Wyzim carried a weapon – but no one carried a sword strapped to his back as if it were a bow or a quiver. The stranger did not sit at the table with the few other guests. He remained standing at the counter, piercing the innkeeper with his gaze. He drew from the tankard. ‘I’m looking for a room for the night.’ ‘There’s none,’ grunted the innkeeper, looking at the guest’s boots, dusty and dirty. ‘Ask at the Old Narakort.’
Inside this book –The Last Wish PDF Book by Andrzej Sapkowski – Foltest was slim and had a pretty – too pretty – face. He was under forty, the witcher thought. The king was sitting on a dwarf-armchair carved from black wood, his legs stretched out toward the hearth, where two dogs were warming themselves. Next to him on a chest sat an older, powerfully-built man with a beard. Behind the king stood another man, richly dressed and with a proud look on his face. A magnate. ‘A witcher from Rivia,’ said the king after the moment’s silence which fell after Velerad’s introduction. ‘Yes, your Majesty.’ Geralt lowered his head. ‘What made your hair so grey? Magic? I can see that you are not old. That was a joke. Say nothing. You’ve had a fair amount of experience, I dare presume?’ ‘Yes, your Majesty.’ ‘I would love to hear about it.’ Geralt bowed even lower. ‘Your Majesty, you know our code of practice forbids us to speak of our work.’ ‘A convenient code, witcher, very convenient. But tell me, have you had anything to do with spriggans?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘Vampires, leshys?’ ‘Those too.’ Foltest hesitated. ‘Strigas?’ Geralt raised his head, looking the king in the eyes. ‘Yes.’ Foltest turned his eyes away. ‘Velerad!’ ‘Yes, Gracious Majesty?’ ‘Have you given him the details?’ ‘Yes, your Gracious Majesty. He says the spell cast on the princess can be reversed.’ ‘I have known that for a long time. How, witcher? Oh, of course, I forgot. Your code of practice. All right. I will make one small comment. Several witchers have been here already. Velerad, you have told him? Good. So I know that your speciality is to kill, rather than to reverse spells. This isn’t an option. If one hair falls from my daughter’s head, your head will be on the block. That is all.
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- Author of this Book – Andrzej Sapkowski
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