Last Watch : Watch

  • by Sergei Lukyanenko
  • Narrated by Paul Michael
  • Series: Watch
  • 11 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The fourth novel in the blockbuster series from one of Russia's most popular authors, Last Watch returns us to the hyperimaginative world of Sergei Lukyanenko, where the endless battle between good and evil is about to reach its climax.
Anton Gorodetsky is just getting a feel for his new powers, when his boss, Gesar, sends him to assist the Scottish Night Watch in Edinburgh in a murder investigation. A young Russian man has been murdered - apparently by a vampire. But the mystery is more than it seems, and soon Anton is himself in danger. The murderer appears to be someone with intimate knowledge of the Night Watch. Before long, Anton realizes that a plot is being hatched by the forces of both darkness and light that - unless he can intervene - may mean nothing less than Armageddon.


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Customer Reviews

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Good end to a great series

The last watch is a bit different from the other books in the series. It still has the same 3 part format, but each part feels much more like a continuation than in the previous books, and the book also reads almost like a detective story. But none the less, it is still a great addition to the series because the characters are what really drive this series for me. I also felt that this one had a bit more action in it, which is a plus for me, as the second book in particular was a little slow for me. All in, a good end, which was left open for further adventures with the great night watch agent, a magician now beyond classification, Anton Gorodetskyi! Also, the narration was fantastic. Really helps to bring the characters to life.
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- Jared

The watch books just keep getting better

The "Watch" verse, where those who champion the forces of light "The Night Watch" and the darkness "The Day Watch" and the balance "The Inquisition" are as always, drawn into conflict in an eternal struggle for power that results, as always in balance of a kind. And perhaps in this case forgiveness?

And Merlin. Who is very cool.

A beautiful tight series of the three interconnected stories where the Dark Ones and the Light Ones once again prove that most the differences between them are semantics. The real barriers are the ones between the Others and the rest of us.

I highly recommend the whole series, but this book in particular is top notch.
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- Reading Tyme

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-29-2010
  • Publisher: Audible Studios