Twilight Watch (Night Watch Series #3)

Twilight Watch (Night Watch Series #3)

by Sergei Lukyanenko
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Twilight Watch (Night Watch Series #3) by Sergei Lukyanenko

The third book in Sergei Lukyanenko's dark and thrilling Night Watch series—a visionary blend of urban fantasY and riveting thriller, set in contemporary Moscow

Night Watch and Day Watch revealed the "Others," an ancient race of supernatural beings—magicians, shape-shifters, vampires, and healers—who live among us and swear allegiance to either the Dark or the Light. For a millennium, these opponents have coexisted in an uneasy truce, guarding each other and tottering on the brink of war.

In Twilight Watch, the Others face their greatest threat yet. An ancient book of spells with the power to turn ordinary humans into Others has fallen into the wrong hands, threatening to destroy the precarious balance between the forces of Darkness and Light. Now the Night Watch and the Day Watch must cooperate to stop the culprit. Anton, the hero from Night Watch, is back, but when the renegade Other turns out to be closer to home than he expected, the race to prevent global war becomes more urgent than ever. And as Anton gets closer to discovering the true nature of the Others, he begins to question how much of a difference there truly is between the Dark and the Light.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062310132
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/18/2014
Series: Sergei Lukyanenko's Night Watch Series , #3
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 309,535
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Sergei Lukyanenko was born in Kazakhstan and educated as a psychiatrist. He began publishing science fiction in the 1980s and has published more than twenty-five books. He lives in Moscow with his wife and son.

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Twilight Watch 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 64 reviews.
TBrokaw More than 1 year ago
I really like this series, it's an interesting take on supernatural mythology, with a great play between good and evil especially the blurry line between. I think the perspective of the author is unique, and I really identified with the main character Anton. Good books if your looking for something different.
ChelseySanes More than 1 year ago
When I first read Night Watch, i was captivated. I soon read Day Watch and then Twilight/(or Dusk) Watch (they go in order) Lukanenko has got the whole perspective thing down. He explains things like others, and the gloom so well. He does it in such a way that when you try to explain what the book is really about to your friends, it doesn't do it justice. It sounds cliche but in reality its far far from it. I have never kept with a series like this ever. Im growing antsy for Last Watch
and every time I get to the end of one of the books, i put it down, because i don't want to finish it because then its over. Im recommending this series to anyone who appreciates fantasy and writers that don't sell out and make cliche vampire love stories (im not knocking Stephanie Mayers and Twilight but the hype is just annoying and frankly there is really nothing special or extra ordinary about those Twilight books)
The Watch Series isn't about love, I cant tell you what the books are about, because everyone takes something different out of them. I will tell you, what I took out of it- I think its about finding the light within yourself amidst the evil that surrounds us in this world. These books truly were fascinating, enlightening, and amazing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I have read this book in its original language, that is Russian of course. But I still think that the book would be interesting to anyone who likes science fiction or just wants to spend some time with a good book in their hands. The story starts out with something you would never expect that can happen in the world of Others. You meet your favorite characters, and once again author shows us how thin the line is between good and evil. It twists your mind because you're not even sure anymore if the 'Dark ones' are bad at all.. Author also makes it clear that good and evil are just two halves of a whole. There is also a theme of doing something that is good for everyone, themes of being equal, and how it is not possible in the world we live in. Something that is good for one is bad for the Other. It is simply those who have more power decide what will happen... Wonderful book, keeps your attention until the very end. The style is very typical for this author, when you feel sad even if at the end everything is fine.
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