The Ghost Finders are in deep trouble - but is teaming up with their evil ghost-busting rivals at the Crowley Institute really the answer?
The North Sea is bitterly cold, grey and unfriendly . . . and it's also home to a major threat to humanity. The interdimensional entity known as the Flesh Undying, a monstrous being of unimaginable power, is way out of the Ghost Finders' league, so JC Chance, Melody Chambers and Happy Jack Palmer have no choice but to accept an alliance with their evil counterpart, Project Crowley.
What they don't yet know is that the creature lurking in the seabed has already turned its eye upon the Ghost Finders - and dispatched an assassin with a deadly vendetta against them . . .
Forces from Beyond is the sixth and final title in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green's Ghost Finders series featuring Eddie Drood.
Seemingly unrelated back-to-back incidents have paranormal investigators hopping in Green's fifth Ghost Finders novel (after Spirits from Beyond). JC Chance, Melody Chambers, and Happy Jack Palmer are called to a room where four university students sit in a state of suspended animation, seated around a Ouija board. Adrian Volke, their psychology professor, insists he's conducted similar psychological "experiments" before, with benign results. This time, though, Melody is certain they are facing diabolical forces from the Outer Reaches. Then Carnacki Institute field team leader Catherine Latimer dispatches the team to a small radio station where everybody's hearing voices. Grisly visions of team members being grotesquely murdered heighten the sense of danger. Green comes through with more than enough gore, wit, and mild suspense to satisfy series fans.