By Sergei Lukyanenko
The final Watch is the beautiful sequel to the evening Watch trilogy, following the fortunes of the Others. Indistinguishable from general humans yet possessed of supernatural powers and able to getting into the Twilight, a shadowy global that exists in parallel to our personal, one another owes allegiance both to the darkish, or to the Light...
While on vacation in Scotland, vacationing 'The Dungeons of Edinburgh', a tender Russian vacationer is murdered. because the police grapple with the truth that the reason for the younger man's loss of life used to be an enormous lack of blood, the Watches are instantly conscious that there's a renegade vampire at the free. Anton - the hero of the evening Watch trilogy - is special to this doubtless mundane research, yet starts to grasp that there's even more to the tale than a wildcat vampire and a unmarried homicide, and discovers workforce of unlicensed Others are looking for a fabled magical treasure, hidden within the 6th point of the Twilight by way of Merlin himself...
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