Monday, July 20, 2009

Giveaway! "Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates" by Brian Lumley

I'm baaaack! And I bring gifts! Thanks to Tor Books I have a copy of Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates: and Other Tales From the Lost Years. Harry Keogh, the first Necroscope, is arguably Brian Lumley’s greatest creation. In the Necroscope series, readers saw Harry learn to use his powers to talk with the dead and travel instantaneously to any point in space and time. They saw him take arms against the evil, twisted, metamorphic alien vampires who sought to feed off humans and enslave mankind. They saw him suffer a great personal loss and then recover his family, and later his humanity, through a new love. And they saw Harry wage the grimmest battle of his life—against the vampire he himself was becoming! Even after Harry’s story was done, Brian Lumley continued to write books about Harry’s legacy—the other Necroscopes who inherited his weird talents. But Harry himself would not go quietly into that darkness that lies beyond an author’s imagination . . . and now Brian Lumley has written three new novellas about Harry and his supernatural adventures, which are published for the first time in the United States in Harry and the Pirates. Doesn't that sound great? To enter, just enter the field below and I will randomly pick a winner by Tuesday August 4th. Make sure you fill out all the fields or I cannot accept the entry. Please no multiple entries at the same address-- I will disqualify those entrants as well. Open everywhere. Good luck! **Contest Closed**

3 comments:

RD Williams said...

Welcome back, how was the vacation?

Charles Gramlich said...

I've been told I would really enjoy the necroscope books. I have one or two around here but have never read them. I think in the past I've been put off by their size.

SQT said...

@RD

It was good-- thanks for asking. Nice to get away, but nice to be home too.

@Charles

This might be a good one to start with--it's not very big. I haven't read it yet because I haven't read the series, but it looks interesting.