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November 24th, 1999, 10:35 AM
Quite a few of you have been asking where you can find this wonderful series and I am now here to supply the answer:
Do a search for the three titles, Psychomech, Psychosphere, and Psychamok! and you will find them.
It's your best shot at getting it right now until Tor releases it again in the states. Is that scheduled soon? I would think so, but I'm not even going to guess as to when. http://www.brianlumley.com/ubb/smile.gif
November 25th, 1999, 01:17 AM
... and in Canada you might want to try:
November 25th, 1999, 05:32 PM
I'm not sure if anyone else cares but I think this triology is brilliant too but nowhere near as good as the necroscope series.
Ps. Cool name Lord ShadoeWolfe
November 30th, 1999, 03:40 PM
The series deals with psychic talents and the use of a machine to boost their power (if memory serves, it has been a while since I read these fantastic novels). The best was the last (PsychAmok!)... near-future in setting, with the detailed descriptions of the plague of insanity spreading the globe... muahahahahaha
Brane Phried: 95% human 5% pork.
December 1st, 1999, 02:30 AM
Licheloathe- They are good books, but my personal opinion is they fall short of the Necroscopes.
December 4th, 1999, 01:05 PM
Well Lichloathe.. what can I say, in my humble opinion...
Book one - starts off as good if not better than most other books, quality tale, you will not or shouldn't be disappointed.
Book two - The weakest of all the three, shame, but a necessary read....
Book three - An absolutely amazing roller coaster ride from start to finsh - I personally bloody love book three EXCELLENT.
If I was you I would give them a go... http://www.brianlumley.com/ubb/wink.gif
December 4th, 1999, 01:35 PM
Licheloathe sure they are still better than what most other authors are putting out.
December 4th, 1999, 07:06 PM
Agree 100% with Moth.
December 16th, 1999, 01:43 PM
Good Read. Not like the Necroscope, but well worth the money. I think alot of people were looking for the necroscope in this series and thats why they were disappointed. I started out that way but the 2nd time around I took them for what they were and it was a good read again.
December 16th, 1999, 07:44 PM
I really didn't like this series much. Perhaps because I was going to it fresh off of reading the necroscope series for the first time, but I found books 2 & 3 a bore really. Book one was okay.
December 21st, 1999, 03:49 PM
Sorry--sales conference and family stuff have kept me off this site for a while . . . .
We will be publishing the Psychomech trilogy in trade paperback, starting early in 2001. They will have new covers.
I can't predict how often these will come out, as we also have new Lumley to publish, but they are on the way. It's likely that it will take a couple of years to get the whole trilogy back into print.
Melissa Ann Singer
December 21st, 1999, 04:17 PM
I don't remember the series, I don't even remember if I read all three books or not, I know I read at least the first one. Maybe I should reread those books....
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