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The Lady of the Lake
Publication information
Pani Jeziora. SuperNOWA, 1998
Andrzej Sapkowski
Translated by
David French
14 Mar 2017 (US)
16 Mar 2017 (UK)
978-0316273831 (US)
978-1473211599 (UK)
Preceded by
The Tower of the Swallow
German: Die Dame vom See. dtv, 2011. French: La Dame du Lac. Bragelonne, 2011. Italian: La Signora del Lago. Nord, 2015. More...

The Lady of the Lake (Polish: Pani Jeziora), written by Andrzej Sapkowski, first published in Poland in 1998, is the seventh book in the Witcher series and the fifth novel in the Witcher saga.

Brief synopsis[ | ]

After walking through the portal in Tor Zireael while narrowly escaping death, Ciri finds herself in a completely different world... an Elven world. She is trapped there with no apparent way out. Time does not seem to exist and there are no obvious borders or portals to cross back into her home world. But this is still Ciri! And she must get away!!! Get away to finally rejoin Geralt and Yennefer and also to try to conquer her worst nightmare - Leo Bonhart.

Translations[ | ]

  • Flag bulgaria Bulgarian: Вещерът: Господарката на езерото. Том 1 & Том 2, translated by Vasil Velchev (ИнфоДар, 2010)
  • Flag czech Czech: Zaklínač VII. - Paní jezera, (Leonardo, Ostrava 2000)
  • Flag france French: La Dame du Lac, translated by Lydia Waleryszak (Bragelonne, 2011)
  • Flag germany German: Die Dame vom See, translated by Erik Simon (dtv, 2011)
  • Flag italy Italian: La Signora del Lago, translated by Raffaella Belletti (Nord, 2015)
  • Flag Lithuania Lithuanian: Ežero valdovė, (Eridanas, 2007)
  • Flag russia Russian: Владычица озера, (АСТ, 2000)
  • Flag spain Spanish: La dama del lago 1 & La dama del lago 2, (Alamut, 2010/2011)
  • Flag Japan Japanese: ウィッチャーV 湖の貴婦人, translated by Reiko Kawano (川野靖子) (Hayakawa Publishing) (2019/7/18)

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