To test of the power of God, an insane triad of malevolent aliens decides to become so evil that God himself will have to stop them. They have already destroyed their homeworld, an entire solar system, and most of their own race. Their next target: Earth!
In addition to advanced science mankind can only dream of, the Mordri Three have the unique ability to forever alter skin, bone, and muscle with a simple touch. Once this powerful touch was used only for healing, but the Mordri Three use it as a weapon, literally turning people inside out, mutating them in front of their horrified loved ones, or seeding them with cancer.
Scott St. John is mourning the painful death of his beloved wife when he is struck by a golden arrow of light--a fragment of the soul of Harry Keogh, the original Necroscope--and gains powers he does not understand. Soon after, a mysterious, beautiful woman begins appearing everywhere he goes. She warns him to keep silent--about what, he does not know--and keeps trying to tell him something critically important, but each time, she vanishes before she can fully explain. And Scott begins to dream of a very unusual Wolf, who begs Scott--in human speech--to rescue him before the hunters come.
A fledgling Necroscope, a telepathic Wolf, a beautiful woman from beyond the stars, the ghost of Harry Keogh, the best of E-Branch's psychic fighting forces, and a dead girl who is not yet ready to seek her just reward must defeat three impossibly strong, psychically gifted monsters whose touch literally melts flesh from bone.
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Deadspawn (1991), the fifth and best entry in the series, expands upon Deadspeak (the fourth), giving fearless vampire hunter Harry Keogh richer depths while rounding out the first Necroscope quintet before entering The Blood Brothers trilogy and then The Lost Years and the final Jake Cutter/E Br...Oct 15 2003 | Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
Though best-known for his endless Necroscope series (Necroscope: Avengers, 2001, plus eleven other behemoths in the series), Lumley first arrived in print as a Lovecraft wannabe with his own Cthulhu horror series that featured Titus Crow and had more action than the master but less style (Titus C...| Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
Lord Malinari and Lady Vavara (that beautiful hag with jewel-green eyes who loves wild honey and wolf hearts) now take up plans to bring humanity into lasting bloodlust and darkness forever, enjoining it to the predawn Vampire World of Starside/Sunside and using Manhattan’s greatest building as i...| Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
Necroscope fans will welcome Brian Lumley's Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes!, featuring three new stories about Keogh (who speaks to and brings comfort to the dead) plus five reprints: three tales of time-traveler Titus Crow and two dreamland adventures of David Hero and Eldin ...| Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
The prose equivalent of a graphic novel, British horror mainstay Lumley's latest entry in his enduring Necroscope series (Blood Brothers , etc.) will dazzle some and weary others with its nonstop weird action.| Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
Harrys discorporate consciousness takes up residence in Jakes mind, but Jake is totally ignorant of the vampire invaders from the alternate universe of Sunside/Starside and the long-running war that left Harry (and, by proxy, Jake) infected with their taint.| Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
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(The similarities between Keogh and Dragosani -except that one is a champion of the dead and the other a user of them – drive this home and give clear heroes and villains.) In short, the book completely envelops the reader.Oct 06 2008 | Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
So, for the SF-loving horror fan or, perhaps, the horror-loving SF fan (if there is any functional difference), Lumley's books are thoroughly entertaining fun, with plenty of splat (in this book people being completely evaginated [look it up or read the book]) and a smattering of pseudo-scientifi...Aug 01 2008 | Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
From the accursed woods of Romania the vampire reaches out to the Necromancer, and from graves all across England the dead agree to protect their Necroscope and see this rising doom destroyed before it can stain the world with its walking plague ever again.Jul 21 2011 | Read Full Review of Necroscope: The Touch
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