Necroscope III: The Source
Brian Lumley's Necroscope III: The Source is a chilling, epic tale of horror and suspense that expands into science fiction as the vampires' otherworldly origin is revealed!
Psychic spy Jazz Simmons disappears while investigating a secret installation in Russia's Ural Mountains. His boss at E-Branch, Britain's ESPionage organization, interrupts Harry Keogh's search for his missing infant son to ask the Necroscope to seek Jazz among the dead.
Jazz is not dead. Captured by the Russians, he was sent through a weird portal to Starside/Sunside, a world where one side always faces a broiling sun while the other faces the frigid darkness of space. Where people survive in a narrow strip of land that neither burns nor freezes. Where the vamphyri hunt. Starside/Sunside is the vamphyri homeworld.
His last, desperate psychic message to Harry: the vampires are preparing to invade Earth.
Harry must do battle on the vampire homeworld, but on a planet were few people ever truly die, there is no army of the willing dead to battle at the Necroscope's side. His greatest ally is his son, Harry Junior, mysteriously grown to adulthood seemingly overnight. Together, the two men have tremendous power...but Junior is keeping secrets that imperil father, son, and all of Earth.
Necroscope III: The Source is the third volume in an entertaining series that has enthralled millions of readers with its very different look at vampires and vampire hunters, at the dead and the living and the worlds they share.
Praise for Necroscope III: The Source
Praise for the Necroscope® series:
“An original take on the vampire story, full of atmosphere, totally unpredictable.” —Fantasy Literature
“Lumley’s lively mix of action and monstrosity [turns] the vampire into a wonderfully contemporary bane.” —Fear
“Vampires like you’ve never seen before...with a complex nature found nowhere else in the literature.” —Science Fiction Chronicle
“Wide-angle horror of a scope too rarely seen. [Lumley's vampires] are vicious, savage, ruthless, and unrepentantly evil--a feast for the horror fan.” —F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author
“[An] intensely riveting horror novel [that] transcends the horror genre, mixing elements of science fiction and spy novels with bloodthirsty vampires and the dead rising from their graves. A complex and engaging work.” —Curled Up With a Good Book
“Grabs the reader and keeps them hooked the whole way through. Weird and disturbing. I highly recommend this entire series, but especially books 1-3. They belong in the collection of any fan of horror novels.” —The Mask of Reason
“One of the most enjoyable books I've read in a long time. Intensely deep and interesting...rich and deeply fascinating. Completely envelops the reader.” —SF Signal
“[Lumley's] creatures are so horrifyingly real they make the Transylvanian version seem little more than a shadow of the real thing.” —VOYA