The Last Watch

The Last Watch

Book - 2007
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While on holiday in Scotland, visiting a macabre tourist attraction, "The Dungeons of Edinburgh," a young Russian tourist is murdered. As the police grapple with the fact that the cause of the young man's death was a massive loss of blood, the Watches are immediately aware that there is a renegade vampire on the loose. Anton--the hero of The Night Watch , The Day Watch, and The Twilight Watch --is detailed to this seemingly mundane investigation, but on arriving in Scotland begins to realize that there is much more to the story than a wildcat vampire and a single murder.

Aided by Thomas, the head of Edinburgh's Night Watch, Anton investigates and ruminates, and becomes aware that a team of unlicensed Others are hunting for a fabled magical treasure, hidden in the sixth level of the Twilight by Merlin himself.
Publisher: [Toronto, Ont.] : Anchor Canada, [2007]
Copyright Date: ©2007
ISBN: 9780385663991
Branch Call Number: LUK
Characteristics: 376 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Bromfield, Andrew


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Dec 13, 2014

First two parts are a bit slow and dragging a bit. The last part is better. The best part is that it is building up from the previous three books. Author finally reveals the nature and the remaining levels of Twilight, and at the same time, ties up many loose ends. Even mentions the Night Watch movie might be a parallel world story.

The Sixth Watch is a MUST read. I rank the "Six" second to "Night".

Aug 12, 2012

Great ending, great series. There are short stories and at least one other novel in this universe, but I'll have to find them in Russian to read.
This book has the same three story structure as the others; it works very well. I especially enjoyed the character of Afandi.

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