My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Scored a copy from Amazon Prime! Huzzah!
I've been waiting for this for a long time. And now here we are:
This is a dubious text for the cause of Light. - The Night WatchAfter Last Watch, which was the 4th book in the Night Watch series, I didn't know what else Sergei Lukyanenko had to tell us.
This is a dubious text for the cause of Darkness. - The Day Watch
Oh wait, what about an element of this world that is so pervasive and so unusual while remaining completely unknown?
This book begins with Anton walking into an airport and hearing a 10 year old boy predict that a plane will crash. That sets a train of actions into motion which lead us to London, Taiwan, and to Baba Yaga's hut. We also ponder the nature of prophecy, humanity versus Others, and what we will do for love.
The book itself was not the strongest of the series but was satisfying and it was a really superb concept ending.
What an accomplishment. A series of 5 books, all of which make good reading and all of which have deeper underlying thoughts about human nature for us to ponder. Highly recommended.
Scott Danielson and I discussed Night Watch on A Good Story is Hard to Find podcast.
Other books in the series: Night Watch, Day Watch, Twilight Watch, Last Watch