Outgrowth of the Brain

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Bound up in the Cloud Brother's clandestine lives, Alf, Bert, and Professor Maurice Masterson lead mind-boggling lives. Their private adventures are so extreme that I'm compelled to report what happens to them.
In this first short story, Alf and Bert, the mansion’s burly security guards, find they are no match for professional burglars. That is, until young Master Trevor Cloud adapts Alf's cranium

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About James Field

I was born in Essex, England, in 1951.

My early days of work as an engineer led me to Norway where I met my future wife Kari. She moved to England where we married and raised our two daughters. We moved back to Norway in 1985.

My wife and I now live far in the north, well within the Arctic Circle, in the land of the midnight sun. Life here is slow and comfortable, blessed by unspoilt nature and its magnificent moods.

Being creative in the written form gives me vast pleasure. I hope, dear reader, you will take a break from your world and lose yourself in one of mine.

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Michael reviewed on Jan. 17, 2015

This is a nice off-beat short story in the Cloud Brothers series, not jam packed with action, but still delivers James Field’s trademark humour, and fleshes out some key characters and relationships.

Poor old Bert can’t cope with his security duties without Alf, who has a nasty migraine. So Bert calls in the Cloud Brothers to help. As you’d expect, their solution is far from conventional. A quick fun read and an important episode in Cloud Brothers folklore.
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James Jenkins reviewed on Nov. 5, 2013

Not to deep, but I liked it. Seems like it is the first in a series, going to get the rest now.
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Gary Weston reviewed on Sep. 19, 2013

An ok read. A little abrupt at the end. Could have expanded out into something more interesting, I thought, but nicely written.
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Victoria Zigler reviewed on March 28, 2013

This is a well written short story, which makes an excellent addition to the Cloud Brothers' story.
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