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Brian Lumley

Average Review Rating Average Rating 8/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Grafton

Published : 1984

Copyright : Brian Lumley 1984

ISBN-10 : PB 0-586-05787-0
ISBN-13 : PB 978-0-586-05787-2

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It started as a demented Nazi experiment. Now it erupts in the ultimate horror of Psychomech.

Thomas Schroeder is a fabulously rich industrialist. He has everything. But now he wants more - a new body for his immortal mind!

Richard Garrison is a young soldier waking from a strange dream. His life is about to explode into a fantasy of wealth, sex, power - and a kaleidoscope of purest evil.

When these men meet, they will change the world, and the darkest nightmares conceived by man will become reality... Psychomech is a shattering odyssey to the for limits of mind-searing horror.

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Review by Victim (270900) Rating (8/10)

Review by Victim
Rating 8/10
What can I say - A mechanical Psychoanalyst, basically is what the title describes, (that would be useful...) If you believe in powers of the mind, then this is a pretty good start, research has been done into this kind of thing, at least by the old soviet government, so it could be possible...

Sorry - bit of a tangent, right, the book, the main character Richard Garrison, is a soldier when he is first introduced, he is stationed in Northern Ireland, and has been having nightmares about a bomb. Quite logical in that situation, I guess. But this is no ordinary dream, for he is psychic (slightly), he meets up with Thomas Schroeder, a wealthy german industrialist, who is probably a war criminal, and this is nearly the undoing of both of them, as Schroeder has just upset the local IRA. Thus it begins.

Garrison begins a new life, after being blinded by (guess what) a bomb. I will let you find out the rest, and say that this is another stomper from Brian Lumley, yet another great British author.
Victim (27th September 2000)

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