Well this is an interesting concept. I barely remembered that years must have passed between the time when Harry's son disappeared and he found him again as the Dweller.
My original opinion on this series was that of skepticism. The Necroscope series was amazing, I'll give you that. Vampire World was good. But geez, how long do we drag this series out for? I;ll have to tell you that by now I've read abunch of other Lumley stuff not related to the Necroscope, like Khai of Ancient Khem. Why not have a sequel to that? That is another amazing piece of work I tell you.
So needless to say, the first book had a difficult task ahead of it. Not only did it need to be good, but it had to be so good that it could convince me that another Necroscope series was needed.
The first book was good. The characters were being developed nicely. It was cool to revisit all the old characters from the beginnings of the Necroscope's adventures. It just gave you this gushie feeling that the family was all back together again.
The second book made me lose my skepticism I was hooked. By the end of the book I hungered for more damned it! Now what the hell do I do? Excellent work. I haven't read much about werewolves in general (always wanted to, but so many books, so little time). But there you have it. Lumley brings another classic monster to life again. Ya just can't beat it!...Continua