By day Michael works as a Producer for one of the leading UK independent game developers but has always been interested in writing.
His published books include:
The Cult of Me
For years he dwelt apart. With his unique ability he invades and destroys their lives.
Now, bored of the game he decides to enact a bloody last stand, but while preparing his plan in prison he discovers he’s not as unique as he once thought.
An Odd Quartet
A collection of four dark short stories, each with a twist in the tale.
The Yellow Lady
A grave robber encounters a ghost from a story he was told as a child.
This Empty Place
At the heat death of the universe, the Grim Reaper contemplates his existence.
A special forces team enters a suburban house to rescue a family taken hostage, they encounter more than they were trained for.
The Reluctant Demon
A young demon prepares to take his possession exam.
Conversations in the Abyss
Stealing Lazarus’s miracle gifted him immortality. Combined with his natural ability of invading and controlling people’s minds this made him one of the most dangerous people on Earth.
But the miracle came with a price. His punishment was to be imprisoned within the walls of an ancient monastery and tormented by an invisible fire that burned his body perpetually. To escape the pain he retreated deep into his own mind.
There he discovers the truth of the universe and that only he can stop the coming Apocalypse.
A Splendid Salmagundi
A delicious salad of short stories seasoned with a light dusting of poems, covering a variety of genres.
You will find one or two true stories, some humour, some horror, fantasy, adventure and science fiction.
Many are published authors whose work you may already have read. Others will soon be favourites.
To find out more about Michael and his books, click HERE.
10 thoughts on “Author Michael Brookes”
“An Odd Quartet” sounds very interesting! I wonder how the author narrated about a demon preparing to take a possessing exam! Must look for the book! 😀
It’s in Amazon Hari 🙂
I’m gonna look for it… once I finish these many books waiting for me to read. My sister brought a very interesting book about a Japanese guy who survived the Hiroshima atom bomb. I am going to read that next. 😀
Know that feeling of books lurking in the corner waiting to pounce as you finish reading one 🙂
I stopped reading for two weeks after I finished the Pearl of China. The book was very eye-opening for me (too shocked to start another book). I heard that the book was banned in China.
I just finished The Kite Runner a few days ago. My friends could not believe that I had never read that book. She insisted that I got a copy. 😀
You’ve got great friends Hari 🙂
Ah, I do, I do! It’s one of the things I am always grateful for in this life! 😀
Cool – I’ll look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Thanks for the feature!
Welcome Michael 🙂