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The Day Watch (Watch, #2) - Community Reviews back

by Sergei Lukyanenko, Andrew Bromfield
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Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it 3 years ago
Morose and melancholy and I loved every second of it. 3 1/2 of 5 Battle Axes Full Review Here Due to the Likes&Attributions bug still being rampant, I will be putting in a link to my full review over on Blogger. Once that bug is gone for a month then I'll go back to putting up my full reviews ...
Prerazmišljavanje
Prerazmišljavanje rated it 4 years ago
1. Noćna straža Drugi deo petoknjižja prikazuje granicu između Straža iz ugla Tamnih, iako Anton Gorodecki ostaje "najglavniji" junak. Jednakost između vojnika Svetla i Tame, kao i neopredeljenost autora, vidi se već na prvoj strani, koja se ni po čemu ne razlikuje od prve strane Noćne straže. P...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 5 years ago
The sequel to Night Watch, this is three linked stories in the dark Moscow and Russia of the author's imagination. It's three stories from the dark side this time. The first is Alisa's story, starting with a mission that drains her power and ending with her falling in love for one of the night w...
altheaann
altheaann rated it 6 years ago
The sequel to 'Night Watch,' presented in a similar format - three separate stories that together form an arc.While 'Night Watch' shows the perspective of the traditional 'good guys,' the stories in 'Day Watch' are from the point of view of the 'Dark Ones,' which means that they're a bit less sympat...
nataliya
nataliya rated it 6 years ago
Unless you happen to be a chessmaster in the neverending chess game of life, you are nothing but a pawn 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 doesn't matter which side in the war you belon...
thomcat
thomcat rated it 7 years ago
Like the first book, I greatly enjoyed this collection of three inter-related stories. Lukyanenko's Watch universe is what the World of Darkness should have been - intrigue, grand events and wheels within wheels. Still haven't seen the movies made from the first book, which I will probably tackle be...
FriedEgg
FriedEgg rated it 7 years ago
After the events of the first book, in which we saw the Night watch achieve a series of victories over the Day watch, the tables are turned and we see how the Dark Ones maneuver their way back onto more level terms.Generally though, it's more of the same. Split into three interrelated stories in whi...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Another three stories, following on from the events of The Night Watch, which had resolved matters quite nicely, thank you. (There was a time when this series would have been published as a nanology not a trilogy.) The Nightwatch had a somewhat unsettling habit of switching from the first person per...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 11 years ago
A novel told through several different stories. In the first, a Dark witch is sent to summer camp to recharge her magic, and falls in love with a Light sorcerer there. In the second, a man with extraordinary abilities and amnesia arrives in Moscow, where he gets caught up in the eternal battle bet...
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