Publishing company Orbit Books is printing more than half a million new copies of Andrzej Sapkowski’s book series, The Witcher after the adaption of the series hit Netflix in December.
According to Orbit Books, the demand of all eight books within the series increased steadily as people anticipated the release of the new Netflix show. After the release, however, sales for the books have been “phenomenal in all formats,” including print, ebooks, and audiobooks.
Orbit Books say both inventory team and printers are working to get all 500,000 new copies back on bookstore shelves across the United States.
The Witcher follows Geralt of Rivia, played by Man of Steel‘s Henry Cavill, as he fights monsters like dragons, kikimoras, and strigas. As the Witcher saves kings, queens, and townsfolk from these beasts, he’s thrown into a loop as destiny takes its course. This is how he comes across a powerful sorceress and a young princess.
The Witcher books also inspired one of the most popular video games in recent years, according to Orbit Books. If you’d like to “toss a coin to your witcher” and binge this highly talked about series, you can watch The Witcher right now on Netflix.