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Necroscope Mass Market Paperback – January 15, 1992
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In the Balkan mountains of Rumania, a terrible evil is growing. Long buried in hallowed ground, bound by earth and silver, the master vampire schemes and plots. Trapped in unlife, neither dead nor living, Thibor Ferenczy hungers for freedom and revenge.
The vampire's human tool is Boris Dragosani, part of a super-secret Soviet spy agency. Dragosani is an avid pupil, eager to plumb the depthless evil of the vampire's mind. Ferenczy teaches Dragosani the awful skills of the necromancer, gives him the ability to rip secrets from the mind and bodies of the dead.
Dragosani works not for Ferenczy's freedom but world domination. he will rule the world with knowledge raped from the dead.
His only opponent: Harry Koegh, champion of the dead and the living.
To protect Harry, the dead will do anything--even rise from their graves!
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I just bought this on Audible simply because I have more windshield time than reading time. The audio rendition is very well done. Please Audible, add more of the books in this series!!
Read through it already. Decent little side-trip into Lumley's Necroverse with some interesting shorts starring his best character: Harry Keogh. It does make mention of some members of the teeming dead "moving on" from their place in the Great Majority, which is something that threw me for a loop - I've read the 5 Necroscope novels, the Bloodbrothers books, the Lost Years (I'm in the middle of the Jake Cutter trilogy), and I honestly do not recall there EVER being anything in any of them that says the dead can ever move on into...something more, EXCEPT for Harry himself.
For Lumley to bring this in this late in the game (albeit in a story that is set in the past) is problematic. If it is so, it alters everything for the dead, motivation, purpose, desire, etc, and it all would reflect heavily on their "actions" on Harry's behalf as well as on their own. Here's hoping that there is something in the Cutter trilogy (or in the "The Touch" or "Other Weird Heroes") that resolves this. Over the years, Lumley has built an incredible alternate reality with what is simply the best vampire fiction ever written, I'd hate to see it tarnished by wandering off poorly towards the end.