Friday 19 September 2014

Conversations in the Abyss Review Roundup

We're halfway through the month long sale of Conversations in the Abyss. Until the end of September you can buy this sequel to The Cult of Me for only half price. I enjoyed writing this book a lot and I'm always pleased when I read about someone who has enjoyed reading it. So rather than giving you the hard sell on my wonderful book :-) here are some opinions from readers from Amazon and Goodreads:

I found this a quick read possibly due to the conversational style but was left with probably what the best endorsement I can give, I couldn't wait to finish it to pass it on to a friend. It is one of those books that you want to share so that you can discuss it with them after they have read it. A book has to really draw me in before I would recommend it to a friend, this one did. 
Theresa Cutts

There’s some wonderful imagery used here and the action of the story is exciting. There’s also considerable food for thought. If you’ve read Michael Brookes’ first novel, ‘The Cult of Me’ it will fill in some background on characters you meet here but it’s perfectly possible to appreciate this book on its own merits. Particularly at the beginning, I found some of this book rather lyrical, poetic, in its descriptions. I’m assuming there will be more. I’ll certainly be reading it.
Kath Middleton

I loved the way this was written and I thoroughly enjoyed the imagery and theories put forward about why and how the world exists. This isn't a very long book and I read it in a day but had to take breaks to reflect on parts of it. 
Babus Ahmed

The second book in 'The Third Path' trilogy.

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.

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