The Twilight Watch

The Twilight Watch
Pub date 16th July 2012
Original publisher AST (Russia)
Publisher (UK) William Heinemann
Publisher (US) Miramax Books
International publishers Alma Littera (Lithuania), Info Dar (Bulgaria), Shanghai 99 (China), Triton (Czech Republic), Into (Finland), Albin Michel (France), Alliance (Georgia), Random House (Germany), Fantastikos Kosmos (Greece), Ulpius-Haz (Hungary), Graff (Israel),  Arnoldo Mondadori (Italy), Basilico (Japan), GoldenBough (Korea), Jumava (Latvia), A.W. Bruna  (Netherlands), Wydawnictwo MAG (Poland), Presenca (Portugal), Alnari (Serbia), Tricorp (Slovak Republic), Penguin Random House (Spain), Eurasian Press (Taiwan), Pegasus (Turkey), Tre (Vietnam)

It's high summer in Moscow, and with wife Svetlana and daughter Nadya still away, spending the summer on a dacha not far from Moscow, Night Watch Agent Anton Gorodetsky is trying to enjoy the last day of his holidays. But when a call comes in from Gesar – his Boss and Night Watch top dog – requesting a private meeting, it quickly becomes clear he’s going to have to go back to work early…

Gesar has received an anonymous note, stating that an Other has revealed the full truth about their kind to a human, and now intends to do the supposedly impossible: convert that human into an Other. Even more worryingly, the note has been sent to Zabulon head of the Day Watch, and to the Inquisition’s offices in Berne – and only the very highest-level Others know the address. So the Inquisition has ordered the Night Watch to cooperate with the Day Watch and unmask the culprit. Anton will be the Night Watch representative, while the Day Watch is sending Kostya Saushkin, once Anton’s teenage neighbour and idealistic friend, now a Higher Vampire and, at the age of twenty, the youngest in Europe...

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