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The first two arts of this were exciting and full of mysteries and 5 star stories The last Crisis in Bethlehem part was a mostly dry russian introspective courtroom slog that seriously dinged my enjoyment I loved the two characters in the first twoarts I was constantly engaged in where they were going and how it related to the overall story They both had depth and although Lukyanenko clearly loves characters living inside their own heads the first two were minimized enough to add to the story instead of weigh it down The last The Return of the Twelves piece to the overall book felt like an overly complicated courtroom drama without the drama Theieces I did like were the vodka drinking session and the view spoiler two lovers being true to their love hide spoiler 35 stars Day Watch is the second book in the Russian Watch series by Sergei Lukyanenko Like the first book it s split up into three stories that build on each other to tell a larger story Unlike the first book each story focuses on different charactersI had a lot of mixed feelings while reading this First of all one of my biggest complaints about the first book had been all of the repetitive musings on morality In this book I m happy to say there wasn t very much of it There was a little in the first story but it was from the Dizzy Jimmy perspective of a character on a different side of the conflict than the one who did all the moralizing in the first book so it was relatively interesting and this time the author didn t make the mistake of repeating the same thoughts all throughout the rest of the bookI enjoyed the first story up until close to the end I enjoyed seeing things from theerspective of the Day Watch and I liked getting in the head of one of the characters who had been a villain in the first book However I was very annoyed near the end when view spoilerAlisa and Igor fell in love after one day of wistful glances from a distance an awkward conversation and then a night full of sex And then this is followed up with the tragic duel between the star crossed lovers after they learn who each other really is It was supposed to be tragic but I would have had to buy into the relationship first With so little development either on or off the Locuras lejos de casa! (Serie Lady Pecas 1) page it wasn t even a relationship in my book hide spoiler Continuing my rereading of the series and it isroving a satisfying experience which is always the test of a good book for me The first time through one is taken up in the excitement of the storyline unfolding The second time around when one is relaxed and looking around the neighborhood so to speak is when a story shows staying ower or the lack thereofMy original review is belowLoneliness dejection the contempt or ity of Grammar by Diagram people around you these are unpleasant feelings But they arerecisely the things that Murder Maker produce. The second in a blockbuster series of novels from Russia's mostopular science fiction author Day Watch brings us back into the hyperimaginative world of Sergei Lukyanenko and continues the dramatic battle between good and evil light and dark day and nightSet in a modern day Moscow the epic saga chronicles the eternal war of the Others an ancient race of humans with supernatural owers who must swear allegiance to either the Dark or the Lig.

Genuine Dark OnesAs with the revious book in the series The Night Watch this is comprised of three stories Unlike the Ask Yourself This previous book this is told from the Dark Onesoi Second book in the series featuring the ongoing struggle between the dark and the light Like the first book it is told in a series of three interwoven stories but the changing narrative styles are somewhat hard to follow Much of the book describes the battle between these forces and the two organizations established to monitor their actions The Night Watch which is staffed by Light Magicians virtuous and the Day Watch which is staffed by Dark Magicians freedom loving libertarians At the center is a treaty drawn to restrict the use of magic and to license the activities of vampires werewolves and other creatures There is a doomed love story a Good Witch, Bad Witch powerful relic on the loose and the mysterious agendas of the two leaders of the Watches while they sacrifice their chessieces in an attempt to emerge victorious I enjoyed The Day Watch a lot than the The Tokyo Zodiac Murders previous book The Night Watch However at times it did struggle to hold my attention So ho hum enjoyable but a low three stars 2014 The reasons why I will never read another one of Lukyanenko s books are at the bottom of this review 2013 Unless you happen to be a chessmaster in the neverending chess game of life you are nothing but aawn to be sacrificed when the strategy demands it The game is eternal only the time the figures spend on the checkered board is finite It really doe Another three stories following on from the events of The Night Watch which had resolved matters uite nicely thank you There was a time when this series would have been Yours, Mine and Ours (Second Chances published as a nanology not a trilogy The Nightwatch had a somewhat unsettling habit of switching from the firsterson Riverview, Gone But Not Forgotten perspective of Anton Nightwatch Agent to a thirderson Boneshaker (BA 43-500, perspective whenever the author felt the need to describe events Anton was not witness to The first story in the volume switches to a firsterson A Star Is Born perspective of a character encountered briefly a number of times in therevious volume and she is from the Day Watch Other first CSA Scenarios for the MRCGP, third edition personerspectives are used in the subseuent stories and again third The Ornament (Ornament, person is used whenever the author feels like it All this switching around is a little distracting and detractingThe witch Alisarotagonist of the first story in the resent volume is not a likable character downright unpleasant in my view and I m confident she is not meant to be Yet at the denouement I found myself sympathising with her than a little that is uite some achievement on the art of Lukyenenko who is at his best a very capable writerThe middle story I found to be relatively weak because the central character literally is not a character Lukyenenko th. Ht The agents of Dark The Day Watch keep an eye during the day while the agents of Light keep watch over the night For a thousand years a treaty between the two sides has maintained an uneasy balance but when a very Rant potent artifact is stolen from the inuisition an impartial group of Others who keep watch over all the conseuences are dire for both sidesDay Watch introduces theerspective of the Dark Ones as it is told in art by a beautiful.

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Ereby defeating his own great strength of making his rotagonists beleivable The reasons behind this weird situation are explained but still the story is not what it Challenged to Win perhaps could have beenThe final story sitserhaps between the other two in uality this time because I felt that dragging Germanic and Christian mythology to the forefront of matters was a mistake It somehow distracted from Lukyenenko s own imaginative creationsOver all this volume is weaker than the first and it is because it is disjointed The changes of Kids Draw Knights, Kings, Queens, Dragons perspective between characters leave you without the unifying influence that the use of Anton s firsterson view in all three arts of The Night Watch rovided I found this book of the Watch series really hard to get intoI suppose because Lukyanenko s morose and realistic writing was great for Night Watch but was totally depressing and frustrating in Day Watch There s only so much human weakness moral reasoning and realistically bad endings I can take okay I m a natural optimist It gets to meAh Much betterIt was still well written The characters were still great Lukyanenko is still absolutely brilliant Sometimes though I want to live in dream land where everything is great and the good guys always win Nightwatch was told in the voice of just one of the Light ones Anton This book continues the story weaving in threads from the The Color of a Leader previous book while creating a whole nother cluster fuck for the characters involved It is brilliant It is also in threearts but this time each Into the Planet part is told by a different Dark One The firstart is told by a love struck witch called Alisa Honestly the author did an amazing job but I wasn t sure I could stand a whole book about her Luckily it is the Dusk (Rosales Saga, perfect amount I even began toity her myself Kristin I think you d really like her George Washingtons Secret Six part in everything The secondart is told be a owerful magician who is suffering a bit of amnesia The climax of his story is beyond words The third art is told by the magician Edgar the temporary stand in for the extremely The Caretaker powerful vacationing head of the Daywatch He himself is not thatowerful by any means so he is trying to figure out why the hell he was called to Moscow Stevie S this is the story for you All three stories connect in the end beautifully woven in and out of each other Love Tragedy Conspiracies Magic Religious debates Ethical dilemmas Fucking good For a while good sweet old Hufflepuff me was considering joining the Daywatch It has all the good vs evil banter of Good Omens but it is taken further in the absence of God and The Devil And the ending oooh that bastard Lukyaneko My fist was raised shaking to the heavens He got me I thought I had figured it out but he got me well doneFUCKING GOOD STORY Can t wait to Clara After Dark - 01 pick up the Twilightwatch. But troubled young witch When she falls in love with a handsome young Light One the balance is threatened and a death must be avenged Replete with the thrilling action and intricatelotting of the first tale Day Watch is fuelled by cunning cruelty violence and magic It is a fast Quanta Reset (The Shadow Ravens, paced darkly humorous haunting world that will take root in the shadows of your mind and live there foreverDescription from the back cover of tradeaperback editio.

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