Sergei Lukyanenko

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Sergei Lukyanenko

Sergey Lukyanenko (Russian: Сергей Лукьяненко) (born April 11, 1968) is a science fiction and fantasy author, writing in Russian, and is arguably the most popular contemporary Russian Sci-Fi writer. His works often feature an intense action-packed plots, interweaved with the moral dilemma of keeping one's humanity while being strong.

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Night Watch (2006)[edit]

Translated by Andrew Bromfield

  • Love is happiness, but only when you believe it will last forever. Even though every time it turns out to be a lie, it’s only faith that gives love its strength and its joy.
    • p. 221
  • Nobody can be forced to commit an act of villany. You can't push anybody into the mud; people always step into it themselves. No matter what the circumstances of life are, there are no justifications and there never will be any. But people look for justifications and they find them. All people have been taught to do that, and they've all proved diligent pupils.
    • p. 385

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