Day Watch (Watch, Book 2) by Sergei Lukyanenko

By Sergei Lukyanenko

The second one e-book within the the world over bestselling fable sequence, Day Watch starts off the place Night Watch left off, set in a modern day Moscow the place the 1,000-year-old treaty among gentle and darkish keeps its uneasy stability via cautious vigilance from the Others. The forces of darkness maintain a watch in the course of the day, the Day Watch, whereas the brokers of sunshine display screen the evening. Very senior Others known as the Inquisitors are the neutral judges insisting at the crucial compact. whilst a really powerful artifact is stolen from them, the results are dire and drastic for both sides. Day Watch introduces the viewpoint of the darkish Ones, because it is instructed partially through a tender witch who bolsters her evil strength by way of leeching worry from children’s nightmares as a counselor at a girls’ summer time camp. while she falls in love with a good-looking younger mild One, the stability is threatened and a loss of life has to be avenged.
Day Watch is replete with the exciting motion and complex plotting of the 1st story, fuelled by way of crafty, cruelty, violence, and magic. it's a fast-paced, darkly funny, haunting international that may take root within the shadows of your brain and stay there ceaselessly.

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The coded lock was broken, the floor was littered with the trampled butts of cheap cigarettes. Inside the elevator the walls were covered with graffiti, the word Spartak scrawled as often as the usual crude obscenities. The plastic buttons had been burned through with cigarettes and painstakingly plugged with chewing gum that was now rock-hard. The door to the apartment on the fourth floor was a good match for the entrance: some kind of hideous old Soviet artificial leather, cheap aluminum numbers barely held on by their crooked screws.

Having fun, are we? " I reached down and picked up the mouse that had frozen still in fear. The tiny bundle of fur trembled on my hand. I blew on it gently and whispered the right word. The mouse stopped trembling, then it stretched out on my palm and went to sleep. " Vitaly asked in a slightly offended voice. " "There are a few spells like that," I admitted. " The werewolf's eyes glittered brightly with malice, but he didn't say anything. His rank wasn't high enough to try arguing with me. I might only be a simple patrol witch, but that was way above a mercenary werewolf.

And she doesn't understand it's her own character that killed my father's love for her. I'll never do that to anyone. And I won't let Mom do it either! There was no one in the hallway, but even if there had been it wouldn't have stopped me. I turned back to face the door and looked at it in a special way, with my eyes slightly crossed… so that I could see my shadow. My real shadow. The one that's cast by the Twilight. It looks as if the gloom is condensing in front of you, until it becomes an absolutely black, intense darkness—so black it would make a starless night look like day.

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