On the first day of the New Year, Winston makes a play for help from Jehan Plowright, Master of Plow, with middling results. Gordon makes a gamble that pays off, allowing him his much-needed in with Sligh Skinner. Neville has a devastating loss, but his best friend is there to catch him.
Glendale is ringing in the New Year: from the Sun Terrace of the Duchess’s castle, to the backyard of Rounds, the whole city is kicking up its heels. Gordon wonders about the true identity of Gray, and the various friends Adelaide has made come together for a firelit celebration.
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After a busy workday, Adelaide receives an unexpected visit and hears a great deal of troubling family history.
At long last, Adelaide finally begins to learn some important family history, right from the source, when an unexpected visitor pays her a call.
The Night Watch, which contains the Glorious May 25th reference, is the 6th in the Watch books, but believe me, you’ll get there fast. The comedy is that gentle, observational humor that doesn’t leave anyone bruised (except bullies), and leaves you feeling a bit wiser to the human condition.
Today is a very special day – it’s the Glorious 25th of May!
Back before May the 4th became A Thing, May 25th was Geek Pride Day, where everyone knew where their towel was (Douglas Adams) and were proud of a little thing you got punched for loving – Star Wars. Most importantly, it is a reference to Terry Pratchett’s phenomenal Discworld books.
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The date comes from The Night Watch, lauded as one of the best in a series with many bests.