Night Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko, Andrew Bromfield

Russian vampires?

Night Watch by Sergei LukyanenkoI’ve recently started reading The Night Watch trilogy (Night Watch, Day Watch and Twilight Watch).  As a fan of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo series by Stieg Larrson, all modern Russian writing intrigues me. (even though his stories are set in Sweden). How can you go wrong with the paranormal underground in Moscow?

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Russian vampires. And witches, werewolves and other nasty creatures. This is my second read of the Night Watch trilogy, and I enjoyed it as much as the first time. The Night Watch (the good guys) keep tabs on the Day Watch (the bad guys) and the struggle for power and one-upmanship creates lots of tension between the two factions. If you need a fix of dark paranormal set in Moscow, this is the book.

What brought this on, Cheryl?

In which I start posting more often by including book reviews and the ins and outs of my writing life.  I may include other detritus and observations, because being a writer but not blogging on a regular basis is a crime.  Also, New Year’s resolutions. Pesky resolutions.

What book are you reading for the second time (or third, or infinity times?)



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