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"WORLD OF WATCHES" Series, (6 books,) by Sergei Lukyanenko.

They are a fantastic read, and PLEASE, do *not* judge them by the movies named for the 1st two books, ("Night Watch," & "Day Watch,") the series is far, far, better than those films suggest. I have only read them in translation, but put several genre reading friends onto them!

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