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TheLast Watch by Lukyanenko, Sergei ( Author ) ON Jul-02-2009, Paperback

The Last Watch: (Night Watch 4)

Lukyanenko, Sergei

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Book Details:
Publisher:Cornerstone ISBN:9780099510154 Published Date:2nd July 2009 Dimensions:129 X 198 X 25 mm Weight:0.277 kilograms Pages:400 Binding:Paperback Condition:VeryGood Notes:**PAPERBACK**

Short Description

Indistinguishable from normal people but possessed of supernatural powers and capable of entering the Twilight, a shadowy world that exists in parallel to our own, each other owes allegiance either to the Dark, or to the Light. While on holiday in Scotland, visiting 'The Dungeons of Edinburgh', a young Russian tourist is murdered.

Full Description

The Last Watch is the stunning sequel to the Night Watch trilogy, following the fortunes of the Others. Indistinguishable from normal people but possessed of supernatural powers and capable of entering the Twilight, a shadowy world that exists in parallel to our own, each Other owes allegiance either to the Dark, or to the Light...

While on holiday in Scotland, visiting 'The Dungeons of Edinburgh', a young Russian tourist is murdered. As the police grapple with the fact that the cause of the young man's death was a massive loss of blood, the Watches are immediately aware that there is a renegade vampire on the loose. Anton - the hero of the Night Watch trilogy - is detailed to this seemingly mundane investigation, but begins to realise that there is much more to the story than a wildcat vampire and a single murder, and discovers that a team of unlicensed Others are hunting for a fabled magical treasure, hidden in the sixth level of the Twilight by Merlin himself...


Review

As satisfying, violent and morally ambivalent as its predecessors. * Telegraph *
...the book maintains the high standards set by it precursors admirably, and we can't help but hope that it will not be the last in this exceptional series. * SciFi Now Magazine *