Necroscope V: Deadspawn

Necroscope V: Deadspawn

There's a maniacal murderer on the loose, brutally slaughtering young women with a ferocity that rivals that of vampires Harry Koegh has spent his life combatting. The Necroscope's been asked to solve the crimes...asked by the dead spirits of the madman's victims. Harry cannot turn down a request from the dead...even if it costs him his soul. In the climactic battle with t There's a maniacal murderer on the loose, brutally slaughtering young women with a ferocity that rivals that of vampire...

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Title:Necroscope V: Deadspawn
Author:Brian Lumley
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:Necroscope V: Deadspawn
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:608 pages pages

Necroscope V: Deadspawn Reviews

  • Daniel
    Dec 14, 2013
    Again, Lumley has a beautifully written novel, that is unlike any vampire novel. This is a great book; combining elements, of Judeo-Christian aspects, with science-fiction, horror, and Lovecraftian weirdness. Even the vampire on vampire, sex is so bizarre, that it doesn't titilate the ...
  • Bill
    Jan 23, 2008
    OK, time for the Spoiler Alert warning. This being the fifth installment of a series,I can't really write about this one without giving anything away from the previous books. Consider yourself warned, and don't read this if you haven't read any of this series yet...not major spoilers ...
  • Jak
    Mar 23, 2015
    Deadspawn is the last of the Harry Keogh Necroscope Series, bringing to a close this five book series. It's certainly been an interesting journey with some pretty well thought out concepts and a merging of sci-fi, fantasy and horror. The final book is essentially three stories in o...
  • Kenny Oswald
    Jun 13, 2008
    The 5th book in the series, this book is great! Easily comparable to the 1st and 3rd. These first five books complete the original story arc, and what a finale it is! If you liked the others, you are in for a shock and awe thrill! Beware - this is by far the most graphic yet... ...
  • S.J.A. Turney
    May 01, 2012
    A fitting crescendo for the series, this book ends what I consider to be the classic series of Necroscope books. It is filled with wonder, pathos, wickedness and twists that play on everything we've learned from the previous four. The book should make you sad and thrilled in equal m...
  • Khanada
    Aug 14, 2010
    The Necroscope series is one of my favorite series of all time. This particular book ranks as a favorite of that series! It's brilliantly dark, deep, moving, and thoroughly enjoyable. ...
  • Thompson
    Dec 07, 2015
    Strange book. Book was more like a compilation of three novellas. The protagonist, Harry, has godlike powers of being able to travel instantly anywhere. He can also travel in such a way that he can see shadows of the future. Oh, just to reinforce the Christ images (later he is crucifie...
  • KK
    Dec 18, 2014
    Harry Keogh, vampires, Necro-evil, Darcey Clarke, E-branch, the Perchorsk Projekt, Starside and Sunside... Deadspawn has all the horrific aspects of the Necroscope series and more. It's just an awesome addition to the series. I loved the Crime style element with a Necrotwist, Harry's ...
  • Jason Gusman
    Aug 11, 2011
    In the last book, Harry had a vampire seed planted in him when he visited Faethor Ferenczy's grave. E-Branch suspects that something awful is happening to Harry, but calls him in anyway to help find serial killer Johnny Found, whose methods tend to be more indicative of a wamphyyri tha...
  • Molly
    Jun 30, 2017
    Probably one of the most poorly edited books I have ever read, haha but an interesting end to the Necroscope series. I still plan to read Blood Brothers and The Last Aerie. ...
  • Jerry Kimbro
    Sep 18, 2012
    I really do love Brian Lumley- not the least reason is that he was a small part of the Lovecraft circle and appeared in the now classic (and out of print)Ballantine book edition of Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. So I have been reading his horror fiction for decades. I love his Necro...
  • JP
    Dec 27, 2015
    I think I'm done with the Necroscope series, at least for the time being. And hey, technically this is the end of the first Necroscope series. On the negative side: This feels like 2 or 3 novels shoved together. There's the parts on Earth where Harry tracks down a serial killer...
  • Slobodan
    Aug 21, 2012
    Harry Keogh has been waging war on vampires most of his adult life. A guardian on Earth from an evil which originated from a far, distant world, where the blood is the life. In Deadspawn, Brian Lumley has damned his character with the curse of that which he has so long battled again...
  • Dollie
    Sep 07, 2014
    I am whipping through this Necroscope books. I just can't stop reading them. I can't write a review here, because to do so would involve spoilers, so I'll just say I love Harry and love these books. It amazes me that I would love books that involve great mathematicians. LOL ...
  • Michelleandderek Nakagawa
    Jul 05, 2017
    The 5th in the Necroscope series and, oh boy, is it a good one! If you haven't enjoyed this vampire saga, I urge you to pick it up as soon as possible. This is not your typical vampire and it is scary and bloody and extremely addicting to read. Harry Keogh is the main character and he...
  • Michael Daniel
    Mar 20, 2013
    Very good series! Imagine any knowledge that you needed at the ready for your asking. Enter Harry. Very well designed story, with a main character that is easily identified with, Harry Koegh. The imagination that came up with these characters must have experienced some truly awful thin...
  • Jenn
    Jun 25, 2013
    The Necroscope series is not your typical vampire novel series. I loved the political side to these books and the ideas were so original that they kept my reading one page after another. If you enjoy supernatural stories with a little bet 'more' than the average typical storyline you'l...
  • david carter
    Oct 23, 2018
    Great Has to be the best vampire series ever. Also have all or most of them in print. When I saw them for the Kindle they became a must buy. ...
  • Andy Strutt
    Dec 28, 2013
    Necroscope Series by Brian Lumley Review by Andy Strutt author of ?The Afflicted? I first discovered this series by receiving ?Necroscope III : The Source? as a Christmas present. I had never heard of Brian Lumley but I was instantly infatuated with his work as soon as I ha...
  • arnold miller
    Apr 18, 2019
    Serous vampirism In this continuing tale of Harry Keough ,the Necroscope we continue to see Harry continue to morph, to what?s! This series is the BIG DADDY of all vampire books,bar none. What follows should be pretty twisted & make for good reading ...
  • Scott Klusty
    Sep 04, 2017
    A good series and I think a good ending point. I enjoyed the first three books much more than the last two, however, the imagination of the author to create the worlds and the stories within are brilliant. If you can get past the cold war part of the story you will enjoy the series. ...
  • Courtney Wendleton
    Oct 11, 2018
    Ends the life of Harry Keogh with a bang. I do not quite like how it is open ended, but at the same time it kind of wraps up nicely. Did not see the religious side coming. ...
  • Nancy McQueen
    Feb 15, 2019
    Excellent ending to the Necroscope series! ...
  • Lisa
    Aug 08, 2015
    So, the time has finally come to bid a fond farewell to one of my favorite characters of all time, Harry Keogh. Human, innocent?, necroscope, tighter of wrongs, and finally Wamphyri! Sad to say goodbye, but those death "life" darts of his will get around. I enjoyed everything about thi...
  • Maria
    Feb 01, 2018
    Lots of strange scenes in this one, which is saying something because Lumley is a clear weirdo. Seems like there were a lot of unnecessary parts.. still trying to figure out what the point of the dead guy with the Harley was.. feel free to fill me in! ...
  • Johnnie Howze
    Jul 22, 2017
    The Necroscope After first reading this series about 20 years ago, ample time to forget, I'm reading it again for the second time and enjoying out immensely. Just finished "Deadspawn." After a short break and breakfast, I'm on to the next book in the series. ? ...
  • Jim Spencer
    Dec 19, 2015
    Another brilliant book in the saga. This is especially good as it is the last one with Harry as the main character. He does make odd appearances after this one (in some way or another) but here we get to see his true fall into... essentially craziness. you get all the expected tropes b...
  • Kissu
    Aug 31, 2016
    Es un libro muy completo, hasta parece que abarca varios libros (por las historias). No esperaba el final pero aun así, y a pesar de que no soy muy fan de dios y esas cosas, me gustó. Me alegra mucho que Harry haya sido capaz de dominar su vampiro (algo así). ...
  • Stacy Croushorn
    Mar 29, 2016
    Really good book. The part about the Ice lands seemed to drone on for a while, but it was necessary to set up the ending. Not sure if I liked the ending. And it never explained why Harry was so special. Yeah, it said his maternal line had special telepathic powers, but Harry's powers w...
  • Ryan Morris
    Mar 24, 2018
    on to the next one in this series hope its as good as the others necroscope's!! enjoyed deadspawn flew thru it pretty fast was a hefty book too most of them are that's the only thing I can say bad about these books is that there too long ...