Lady of the Lake
The final Witcher book is a solid conclusion to the series but doesn’t quite stand up to the previous two entries. When it’s focused on one of the main characters it chugs along nicely. Every couple of chapters is a long diversion into background events that are important but draw the reader too far away from the main story. There’s also a series of time/space twists that come off as a bit cheesy and distracting to me. But all-in-all I like the climax and the final twist (which I should have known from the game, but totally forgot).