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Sergei Lukyanenko
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. show more

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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Birth date: April 11, 1968
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XOX
XOX rated it 1 year ago
First part is about Anton saving a prophet. Twilight has a being that nickname Tiger has come to kill the prophet so that the prophecy would not happen. The theory goes, and not confirmed is that any prophecy told to human would come true. The prophet could either be killed before he or she ...
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This book takes no prisoners in terms of having read previous books in the series - much will be very unclear if you haven't. If you have - well, we're still following Anton Gorodetsky's career. His daughter is a teenager and constantly being watched - but that doesn't prevent an attempt on her life...
Dispatches from Terabithia
Dispatches from Terabithia rated it 5 years ago
The Others walk the streets of Moscow, split into the Night Watch, those of the light who watch over the actions of the dark, and the Night Watch, who do the opposite, in the effort to maintain the balance between good and evil. This follows Anton, who stumbles across Svetlana and Egor, both unalign...
A Constant Reader
A Constant Reader rated it 5 years ago
Leí este libro hace mucho tiempo, solo recuerdo que no me gustó para nada. Voy a tener que volver a leerlo algún día a ver si cambio de opinión.
XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 5 years ago
The first chapter-or prologue, as it is,-seemed fairly intriguing if a little badly written, but then it switched to first person narrative and, as with most other FPNs it got bad and continued to get worse still. I'm not in a place to be reading about Vampires that aren't Vampires, but are Vampires...
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