Watching the night

or rather reading through it instead. This book has sucked me in slowly like a vampire takes blood, which is good since it’s a novel with vampires in.

According to my Kindle I’m 38% of the way through it, and I am absolutely hooked. It’s been an odd sensation, because there is no big rush, towards an event, no sense of rapid pace, and yet the book moves on swiftly dragging you along with it. Wherever it goes you just have to follow.

In fact it’s so good, I’ve downloaded the rest of the tetralogy (I can’t stand the more modern word ‘quadrilogy’. Give me old fashioned proper terms anyday) The Day Watch, The Twilight Watch  and The Last Watch.

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