The Sixth Watch

The Sixth Watch by Sergey Lukyanenko

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The streets of Moscow aren’t safe. Vampires are attacking innocent people, and the names of the victims are spelling out a message: ANTON GORODETSKY.

Higher Light Magician Anton is one of the Others, possessed of magical powers and able to enter the Twilight, a shadowy world parallel to our own. Each Other must swear allegiance to one side: either the Light, or the Dark.

But who is after Anton and what do they want? Anton’s investigation leads him to a Prophet, an Other with the gift of seeing the future. Her horrifying vision heralds the end of all life at the hands of an ancient threat – unless Anton can reunite a mysterious organisation known only as the Sixth Watch, before it’s too late.

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Sergey Lukyanenko

A book by Sergey Lukyanenko

Sergey Vasilyevich Lukyanenko (born April 11, 1968, Karatau, Kazakh SSR, USSR) is a popular Russian science fiction writer. He calls his genre "fiction of hard action" or "fantasy of the Way". Lukyanenko`s first books were published at the turn of the 1980s - 1990s. The official website of Lukyanenko claims that in the first works of Lukyanenko there is a strong imitation of Vladislav Krapivin and Robert Heinlein, but the writer quickly switched to creativity in his own original style. Graduated from the Alma-Ata State Medical Institute with a degree in psychiatry. The novels "Knights of the Forty Islands" and "Atomic Sleep" brought fame to the writer. The first SF publication was “Violation” (“Zarya”, Alma-Ata, 1988). Also, the author can single out the trilogy "Line of Dreams" - "Emperors of Illusions" - "Shadows of Dreams" as a very, very unconventional space opera, for which the genre of "philosophical and space opera" was defined, the trilogy "Today, Mom!" and "The Lord of Planet Earth". Since 1997, all more or less significant works have become available in the form of books. Speaking about the works of Lukyanenko, one cannot fail to note the novel "Labyrinth of Reflections", which has become a cult book on the Russian Internet. In addition to a large number of other literary prizes, in 1999 Sergey Lukyanenko became the youngest laureate of Aelita to date, the oldest national prize awarded for a general contribution to the development of science fiction. Sergei is married and lives permanently in Moscow with his wife Sonya and two sons - Artemy and Daniil and their daughter Nadezhda. Keeps pets and enjoys cooking.  Awards and prizes Laureate of Aelita (1999), Star Bridge (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009), Platinum Tarlan (2005), Alexander Green Prize ( 2010) [10]. Multiple winner of the "Wanderer" award in various nominations. EuroCon (2003). Corine (2007).  Of. site |  LJ ( old LJ ) |  Wikipedia |  Lurkomorye |  Science Fiction Laboratory |  Moshkov`s Library

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Sergey Vasilyevich Lukyanenko (born April 11, 1968, Karatau, Kazakh SSR, USSR) is a popular Russian science fiction writer. He calls his genre "fiction of hard action" or "fantasy of the Way". Lukyanenko`s first books were published at the turn of the 1980s - 1990s. The official website of Lukyanenko claims that in the first works of Lukyanenko there is a strong imitation of Vladislav Krapivin and Robert Heinlein, but the writer quickly switched to creativity in his own original style. Graduated from the Alma-Ata State Medical Institute with a degree in psychiatry. The novels "Knights of the Forty Islands" and "Atomic Sleep" brought fame to the writer. The first SF publication was “Violation” (“Zarya”, Alma-Ata, 1988). Also, the author can single out the trilogy "Line of Dreams" - "Emperors of Illusions" - "Shadows of Dreams" as a very, very unconventional space opera, for which the genre of "philosophical and space opera" was defined, the trilogy "Today, Mom!" and "The Lord of Planet Earth". Since 1997, all more or less significant works have become available in the form of books. Speaking about the works of Lukyanenko, one cannot fail to note the novel "Labyrinth of Reflections", which has become a cult book on the Russian Internet. In addition to a large number of other literary prizes, in 1999 Sergey Lukyanenko became the youngest laureate of Aelita to date, the oldest national prize awarded for a general contribution to the development of science fiction. Sergei is married and lives permanently in Moscow with his wife Sonya and two sons - Artemy and Daniil and their daughter Nadezhda. Keeps pets and enjoys cooking.  Awards and prizes Laureate of Aelita (1999), Star Bridge (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009), Platinum Tarlan (2005), Alexander Green Prize ( 2010) [10]. Multiple winner of the "Wanderer" award in various nominations. EuroCon (2003). Corine (2007).  Of. site |  LJ ( old LJ ) |  Wikipedia |  Lurkomorye |  Science Fiction Laboratory |  Moshkov`s Library