The Twilight Watch (Watch, Book 3) by Sergei Lukyanenko

By Sergei Lukyanenko

Night Watch and Day Watch, the 1st books during this striking sequence, tested Sergei Lukyanenko as a breathtakingly daring expertise. half fable, half vampire tale, and half detective potboiler, this is often the main winning technology fiction sequence of all time in Russia and a real overseas sensation. In the United States, Fox Searchlight published the movie version of Night Watch to rapturous stories, and diversifications of the subsequent books are in creation.
The global of Lukyanenko is as difficult and inventive as Tolkien or the simplest Asimov: dwelling between us are the "Others," an historic race of people with supernatural powers who swear allegiance to both the darkish or the sunshine. A thousand-year treaty has maintained the stability of strength, and the 2 facets coexist in an uneasy truce.
In Dusk Watch, the Others face their maximum possibility but. A renegade different, his identification as but unknown, has absconded with a fabled spell-book of untold strength and looks bent on attacking the full earth. Now forces of the sunshine and the darkish -- the evening Watch and the Day Watch -- needs to cooperate to forestall him. Anton, the hero from Night Watch, is again, but if the perpetrator seems to be none except his associate, the race opposed to time turns into extra pressing than ever. In an international the place truth and magic commingle, and the place assorted levels of life are layered one atop the opposite, not anything is ever really what it kind of feels.

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The security man asked which floor I lived on, in which block, and then he showed me the way to the elevator. Surrounded by chrome, mirrors, and conditioned air, I rode up to the eighth floor. I actually felt rather insulted that I lived so low down. Well, I hadn't exactly been expecting the penthouse, but even so ... On the landing-if you can apply that dreary term to a hall with one hundred square feet of floor space-I wandered from one door to another for a while. The fairytale had come to an abrupt end.

And you're alone on the cold battlefield, With no enemies from now on, But the sky presses down on your shoulders, What can you do in this empty desert? But you will wait For what time Will bring, You will wait. . And honey will taste more bitter than salt, Your tears more bitter than the wormwood in the steppes, And I know of no pain worse than this, To be alive among so many who are sleeping. But you will wait For what time Will bring, You will wait. . Catching myself trying to sing along out of tune with the quiet female voice, I tugged off the earphones and switched the player off.

Especially the most likely ones! The Other might be a vampire or a werewolf... " I nodded. "He might be a Dark One," said Gesar. " I didn't say anything. I'd been thinking the same thing. "And most important of all," Gesar added. " I asked. " Gesar asked. "So many Others with broken lives ... so many fine people condemned to live only their short, human lives . . Nothing of the kind has ever happened before. " "Then I'll assume it is possible," I said. "I can't give you any amulets," Gesar advised me.

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