Nightwatch: I liked the way the thriller parts were written. I'm not sure how that was done but it captured me and refused to let me go. I just had to keep reading until the problem was solved.
Daywatch: I got dissappointed. I don't think this book contains any thriller. It's just romance and reality escape. Telling how good it is to be an Other. All those stuff an Other can do which is amazing and romantic (you know how dark ones think). I guess young kids can be hooked by the reality escape it provides but I'm not impressed.
This is spoiler about the end pages: What happened to Igor? He just vanished. Was it because he did more harm than good and realised it?
Twillight watch: Finally getting back on track. With some nice action and some thriller. However, it begins to draft toward a detective genre. With clues and puzzles to solve. The author must be a fan of those.
Haven't read the 2 last ones yet.