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From renowned master of lovecraft-style horror Brian Lumley, comes Necrosope II: Vamphyri!, the second audiobook in the Necroscope® series. 

Not the end of life, Harry Keogh discovered - and not the end of his battle against the terrible evil of vampires. In a secluded English village, Yulian Bodescu plots his takeover of the world. Imbued with a vampire's powers before his birth, Bodescu rules men's minds and bodies with supernatural ease. He is secretly creating an army of vampiric monsters, things that once were men but were now walking masses of destructive hunger!  

Harry Keogh, Necroscope, thought that the war with the vampires had ended with the destruction of Boris Dragasani - and of Harry's body! But the man who talks to the dead lives on, more powerful than ever, able to transport himself instantly to any spot on the globe and to speak mind-to-mind with both the living and the dead.  

Are Harry's new powers enough to defeat Yulian Bodescu and his legion of monsters - or will the vampire army overrun the living Earth?

©1988 Brian Lumley (P)2018 Macmillan Audio

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Fantasy Horror at its finest.

It has taken Audible 3 years to make the second book in this series available and finally my frustration is sated (for now). I loved this series of books when they were first published in the 1980s and revisiting them in the audio format, has been like meeting an old friend after years apart. As with all Brian Lumley stories, this one is well structured and all the characters are well fleshed out. As a result, you never know which characters are going to make it to the end of the page, let alone the book. The narration is very smooth and easy on the ears, with a variety of accents being utilized during the story telling.

I cannot recommend this series of books highly enough.

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A wonderful blast from the past!!!

I absolutely loved this book. I read the books 30 years ago and audible brought it back in grand fashion!!!

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Excellent

I have been waiting for these books. They r excellent. You can’t go wrong with them. Worth the credit.

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great performance, but flat story

This is a fine story but does not take the genre anywhere. The main characters aren't developed and dont seem to grow or change much from beginning to end. between the absolute apathy characters seem to Express at the loss of coworkers and the casual way they deal with the supernatural the supporting cast just come off as more like robots than people.

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old series yah on audible<br />

good, story was harder for me to stay focused. awesome series though. looking forward to whole audible version

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Great Story

Really enjoyed this one. Cannot wait to start the next. Great audiobook for long trips or commuters.

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Best Vampire series ever!

Have waited for years for this series to be turned into audiobooks and I wasn’t disappointed. James Langton does a superb job of narrating these books. Good accents and great dramatisation. So much better than the previously released books from the series (Möbius murders) which had an American attempting various British accents and not well unfortunately. These books are well worth the credits and/or the cost of buying them.

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  • Thomas
  • Auberry, CA, United States
  • 10-18-18

It was better when I was a kid.

This is still a great series but my memory of it from 30 years ago was that it was amazing. Still the concepts are great and it is fun. Though I will admit that if the British E-Branch was put in charge of my safety and protection then I would be on the first plane out of the country. There ineptitude was historic and it made it hard to read the story sometimes.

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love the series

great read. actor kept the book going at a steady pace but I really love the author

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Awesome

Great book, awesome narration of a personal favorite. The Necroscope series is absolutely the best!

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  • jamsie-boy-70
  • 09-22-18

What an amazing audiobook!

I think the Necroscope series of books are a bit like Marmite -Some people love it, others hate it. I love them! Brian fuses together vampires and espionage (emphasis on the ESP) and it feels a bit like mixing oil & water at times, however, Brian has the most amazing vampire creations of all time, please move over anybody else that has ever written vampire books! This book and beyond is definitely worth a read just for the vampires. So if you are a fan of horror - go for it!
The Tibor/Faethor Ferenczy substory within this book is absolute class!

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  • Greg
  • 08-14-18

A long overdue classic, beautifully performed!

Since I found the first Necroscope Audiobook on A Well Known Online Video Platform a few years ago I've been wondering why nobody has done any more. The Titus Crow books are all available in audiobook form, as are the Psychomech series. But for the longest time it seemed as if Lumley's seminal vampire series was going to have a massive audiobook gap between episodes 1 and 17.

So when I saw Book II pop up and Book III become available as a pre-order I was apprehensive. James Lengton's interpretation of the characters had become inextricably woven into the story for me and without him it would be much like pressing a giant reset button.

But to my joy - The Man himself is back and is on the same superb form as before. Langton's character performances are varied and subtle. His vampires hiss and growl with fiendish delight. His accents (various regional English as well as Russian, Scottish and more) are immaculately delivered in a way that never once pulls you out of the story.

The story itself is a logical extension of Lumley's unique combination of parasitical lovecraftian vampires and psychic spies, but this time the plague spreads to the rural heartland of england and the crew must take swift action to prevent a new plague spreading through the country.

Essentially, if you liked the first book either as an audiobook or in written form - you will like this one too. I heartily recommend it.

If you enjoy these and want another series to get your teeth into (no pun intended) I also recommend Lumley's series of Titus Crow books which expand of HP Lovecraft's cosmic horror pantheon.

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  • Craigie
  • 08-11-18

Delightfully Wholesome Lustful Horror!

As with all of Lumley's works I've had the pleasure of reading I was gripped from the first chapter. Necroscope: Vamphyri continues where book one left us in the wake of the aftermath where Harry Keogh and his deadly allies destroyed the Soviet E-branch and it's vampire master Dragostani.
We get the backstory of the old thing in the ground and his other prodigy whom has come of age back in England.
Great stuff but if considering make sure to pick up book one first.
Great narration from James Langton who does a fantastic job with his characters and their accents.