Necroscope Mass Market Paperback – Jan 15 1992
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“Since reading Lumley's "Necroscope" series, I know that vampires really do exist!” ―H. R. Giger
“Provides plenty of fun in the classic pulp tradition.” ―Publishers Weekly on Necroscope: The Touch
“Lumley has accomplished the impossible by creating a book that will captivate fans of science fiction, horror, and espionage alike.” ―Romantic Times BOOKReviews on Necroscope: The Touch
“Lumley combines horror and alien-invasion themes uncommonly deftly.” ―Booklist
“Lumley excels at depicting heroes larger than life and horrors worse than death.” ―Publishers Weekly
“A vampire adventure for the Tom Clancy set.” ―Fangoria on Necroscope: Avengers
“Necroscope fans will find themselves reading as fast as Lumley can type.” ―Kirkus Reviews on Necroscope: Invaders
About the Author
Brian Lumley is the author of the bestselling Necroscope series of vampire novels. The first Necroscope, Harry Keogh, also appears in a collection of Lumley's short fiction, Harry Keogh and Other Weird Heroes, along Titus Crow and Henri Laurent de Marigny, from Titus Crow, Volumes One, Two, and Three, and David Hero and Eldin the Wanderer, from the Dreamlands series.
An acknowledged master of Lovecraft-style horror, Brian Lumley has won the British Fantasy Award and been named a Grand Master of Horror. His works have been published in more than a dozen countries and have inspired comic books, role-playing games, and sculpture, and been adapted for television.
When not writing, Lumley can often be found spear-fishing in the Greek islands, gambling in Las Vegas, or attending a convention somewhere in the US. Lumley and his wife live in England.See all Product Description
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CENTRAL IN A DENSELY WOODED TRACT OF LAND NOT FAR out of the city-where the Serpukhov road passed through a saddle between low hills and gazed for a moment across the tops of close-grown pines towards Podolsk, which showed as a hazy smudge on the first lights of evening-stood a house or mansion of debased heritage and mixed architectural antecedents. Read the first page
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Having said that, the book is a very interesting and unique blend of supernatural, espionage, and science fictions. If you have read other time travel stories and find the notion intriguing, you'll have no complaint. On the other hand, if the problems inherent in time travel is not your cup of tea, then you might want to brace yourself before plunging in.
Harry Keogh is a very special boy that grows into a talented man. He can speak to the dead and they listen! This makes him a Necroscope, a valuable resource to the British Secret Service. Just imagine, an agent is killed with vital information that the British needs. What do they do? Call Harry!
The book is full of great ideas that I have never read about. There are departments within the Russian and British secret services that use ESP to track nuclear Subs, predict the future, question the dead, kill with the evil eye!
Since reading this story, I have bough every single one of Lumley's books. That's how much I enjoyed this story.
Mark E Cooper
Author of The Warrior Within (ISBN: 09545122)
This book concerns the young Harry Keogh, who can talk to the dead and becomes mixed up in a fight against Boris Dragosani, a guy who can torture dead people for their knowledge, and who is also working for Thibor Ferenczy, a near-dead vampire stuck in the ground in Eastern Europe somewhere. Because Dragosani is working for the Soviet Government, this pulls in a whole level of political intrigue which carries over to the rest of the series as well.
Dragosani (with his tendency to kill people for their psychic powers, and his slight derangement) and more so Thibor (with his great speeches and AAAAAAHHHHs) make a great pair of villains for the Necroscope to face off against. The characters are all well developed and interesting (more so than in the crowded volumes of the rest of the series) and Thibor makes an extremely cool and scary enemy to lurk in the dark.Read more ›
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Good Book liked the first couple of books books of the series.Published 12 months ago by Jaret Sherman
Great book! Can't wait fer the rest to order the rest of the series!Published 19 months ago by Mikey
This book was much different than expected - and much better. I had the impression it was a vampire novel and it was more than that. Read morePublished on Oct. 1 2010 by Chris
I finished the book and then purchased the rest in the series. I am now on the sixth book in the series and let me tell you, they only get better. Read morePublished on July 10 2004
For anyone who is reading this book expecting Tolstoy or Dickens all I have to say is don't read it. Read morePublished on July 4 2004 by E. J. Myers
I am immensely enjoying this novel, and am currently almost done with it. Highly engrossing and very unusual, complex, original, this is one of the most unique novels I've ever... Read morePublished on June 27 2004 by Barry Lee Dejasu
Brian Lumley is so detailed in his writing like how he went in and told you all about Boris' and Harry's back-ground. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2004
Overall, an excellent book and a must have. Lumley is an absolute genious, I love his ideas. I enjoy the horror genre,authors such as Brian Lumley are among my favorite authors. Read morePublished on Dec 14 2003