Michael Wilson

Biography

Michael Wilson was born on the 24th April 1992 in Berlin, Germany but has spent most of his life moving around the UK. As he is a curious person by nature, Michael's work mirrors his love of questioning both the unknown and the things that other people won't.

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Books

Without A Trace
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 14,620. Language: English. Published: June 3, 2011. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Whitechapel. 1888. A sleepless terror haunts the dark streets. It cannot be found. It cannot be stopped. This is the story of the most infamous killer in history. This is the story of Jack the Ripper.
The Spoken Confession
By
Price: Free! Words: 1,010. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2011. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Flash fiction
(4.00 from 5 reviews)
The Spoken Confession is a short monologue about Guy Fawkes’ last words. It is the first piece of fiction from Michael Wilson. Modernised and historically accurate, it explores one possible explanation for what could have been one of the most historic acts of terrorism until the destruction of the World Trade Centre some four hundred years later.

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  • Split on Jan. 29, 2011

    It is refrehing to see this Vampire story back where they belong, the thriller section. The twists are amazing, especially for a short story. Very, very good.
  • Integrity on Jan. 29, 2011

    Though the proofing was, at times, sloppy, Integrity's story-line is quick and to the point - good for a short story. The ending leaves the reader asking what will happen next and I would be interested to see what the outcome of GOLD is.
  • Bone Saw on Jan. 29, 2011

    While Bone Saw could use some editing and the language could improve, the story-line is incredibly twisted. I see this as a very good thing. A classic horror and a good read.
  • Underneath on Jan. 30, 2011

    Having not read another story from Kealen Patrick Burke, I wasn't sure what to expect. Underneath, though, can go down as a genre classic. The language is good and the plot-line is amazing, with a phenominal twist at the end. I will certainly be reading more of Kealen's books. Must read!
  • Perfection Syndrome on Feb. 02, 2011

    As a man who has always been curious about the duality of human beings, I think that Teymur Roshdi makes a very good point in this article. Good examples, good language, good piece.
  • Shredder on Feb. 02, 2011

    Wow! This book has everything a good thriller needs. The pace is perfect, the characters are beautifully written and every page left my dying for more. I am glad to hear it is being made into a film - one definitely worth watching. Thanks Garry - Brilliant 6/5 stars.
  • Hell and Back: A Short Story on Feb. 25, 2011

    Here, Joshua Scribner has created a very clever story with a moral that has been argued over for generations. I would be interested to see it as a longer piece but 'Hell and Back' is a very entertaining short story.
  • The Fey on March 05, 2011

    The first thing I would like to say about The Fey is that the formatting and proofing is not perfect... I say this first because it is the only bad thing about this book. Here, Claudia Hall Christian has created a perfect view of what it is like to recover from trauma as well as a brilliant view of the dangers in the modern world. The characters she creates are wonderfully developed, portrayed well and best of all, easy to relate to. The story line is brilliant. Claudia manages to make the reader feel like her characters, which is exactly what is needed in a good book. There are moments when the reader feels all is lost, and brilliantly written comedic moments that made me laugh exactly when I needed it. In all, this is a stunning piece of work and I recommend it to any reader. Nice work, Claudia!
  • Vicious Race on March 12, 2011

    As a flash-fiction piece, Vicious Race is fast-pace and brilliantly executed. I would be interested to see a longer peice explaining the story a bit more.