Psychosphere

Psychosphere After Richard Garrison lost his sight in a terrorist explosion he developed vast mental powers that than compensated for his blindness He mastered the Psychomech machine then used it to conquer his

  • Title: Psychosphere
  • Author: Brian Lumley
  • ISBN: 9780312851910
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • After Richard Garrison lost his sight in a terrorist explosion, he developed vast mental powers that than compensated for his blindness He mastered the Psychomech machine, then used it to conquer his enemies and restore his dead love to full and vibrant life Psychomech also revealed to Garrison the Psychosphere, a startling reality where mental powers reigned supremAfter Richard Garrison lost his sight in a terrorist explosion, he developed vast mental powers that than compensated for his blindness He mastered the Psychomech machine, then used it to conquer his enemies and restore his dead love to full and vibrant life Psychomech also revealed to Garrison the Psychosphere, a startling reality where mental powers reigned supreme and could influence people and events on Earth.Once he was nearly godlike or demonic, if one dared become his enemy but now Garrison s mental abilities grow weaker with each use He tries desperately to conserve his energies, but he has begun to have strange visions of a mind so different from his own as to be other than human, and knows he must stay alert and strong.Charon Gubwa has invaded the Psychosphere Twisted and evil, sexually and mentally warped, physically corrupt, Gubwa s desires are simple More More drugs More sex More power More of the Earth under his dominion.Richard Garrison must battle Gubwa in the Psychosphere and on Earth And he must win, no matter the cost to himself or those he loves, or all mankind will be lost.

    376 Comment

    • Dollie says:

      Brian Lumley really writes some very strange books, but I like them.

    • Courtney Chambers says:

      I don't like the dream sequences, but the overall story I love.

    • Mark Muckerman says:

      So here's Literary Life Lesson #38: When shopping at the used book store, a big stack of the same title should be a warning sign. . .Just so far removed in quality of storytelling, and story itself from what we've enjoyed and come to expect from the Necroscope series, the whole Psycho series seems to fall short.While the first book was a decent Act I, Psychosphere falls short on every level of reading: > Poor continuity from the last book, and the cold introduction of new characters and plot [...]

    • Clint says:

      Brian Lumley doesn't do as well when he's not writing short stories or talking about the badass Necroscope vampires. This one's about psychics.

    • Amanda and tony schmidt says:

      Tony

    • Michael Hempstead says:

      Not as good as the first book in this trilogy. A bit plodding at times. Still, it's Brian Lumley, so worth reading.

    • Serena says:

      This is the first book I read of this kind and it captured my imagination immediately. I will read this again for nostalgic value!

    • Jaime says:

      It was ok. It had some interesting ideas, but his ESP series doesn't hold a candle to his Vampire series.

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