Twenty years ago, the horror world was forever altered by the publication of Necroscope. An instant classic, Brian Lumley’s astonishing feat of imagination spawned a universe which Lumley has explored and expanded through more that a baker’s dozen of novels and novellas. Millions of copies of Necroscope and its successors are in print in a dozen languages throughout the world. Nominated for the British Fantasy Award, Necroscope has inspired everything from comic books and graphic novels to sculptures and soundtracks.
This new edition of Necroscope uses the author’s preferred text and includes a special introduction by Brian Lumley, telling how the Necroscope saga came to be. It also includes chapter ornaments by Hugo-Award-Winning artist Bob Eggleton, long identified with Lumley’s blood-sucking monsters.
As a classic, Necroscope rightfully claims a place in the Orb trade paperback list, for scholars of the field and the dedicated Lumley collector. And also for all the people who have read more than one mass market copy of the book to tatters.
Harry Keogh is the man who can talk to the dead, the man for whom every grave willingly gives up its secrets, the one man who knows how to travel effortlessly through time and space to destroy the vampires that threaten all humanity.
At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.
"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