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Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Book Review: Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates by Brian Lumley
Author: Brian Lumley
Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Solaris (13 May 2010)
Harry Keogh makes his long-awaited return as the Necroscope in this collection of novellas ans short stories. Set during the fan-favorite Lost Years era of Keogh's career, these tales see the Necroscope do battle with horrors both real and imagined, eternal et ethereal. In "For The Dead Travel Slowly" Harry Keogh's encounter with an old school friend leads to a fight for his very soul against an ancient evil lurking in the woods. "Harry and the Pirates" finds the Necroscope hearing the confession of a long-dead pirate but is all as it seems or is Harry being taken for a fool?
"The world is full of dead things. How would you feel if you could hear their thoughts?"
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