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Conversations in the Abyss

Conversations in the Abyss 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 d

  • Title: Conversations in the Abyss
  • Author: MichaelBrookes
  • ISBN: 9781482712988
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 fireThe 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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    1. MichaelBrookes

      Michael Brookes is an Executive Producer with a leading UK games developer Working in games and writing are two of his life passions and he considers himself fortunate to be able to indulge them both He lives in the east of England, enjoying starry skies in the flattest part of the country When not working or writing he can sometimes be found sleeping Which is good as that is where many good ideas come from.

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    1. I was given this book free in exchange for an honest review, via the Lovers of Paranormal group.As with the first installment in this series ('The Cult of Me'), I had mixed feelings with this book. Our narrator is trapped in a prison, this time truly escaping through his mind, where he meets supernatural beings who can enter into that sphere of existence and communicate with him. There, they hold long philosophical discussions about the nature of the universe, God, creation, etc. This is paralle [...]


    2. This is the second book in a trilogy. I didn’t know this until I’d already started reading, and it took me a minute to get into it, but once I did, I discovered it is really a good read. The author has an easy writing style that flows well and suits the subject matter.The story centers on a protagonist, the Deathless Man – so called because he stole the miracle of immortality from Lazarus - who has been imprisoned in a wall in a monastery. He is the focus of a prophecy which names him as t [...]


    3. Conversations in the Abyss is the second part of a trilogy and although you could read it as a standalone book I would recommend that you read volume one, The Cult of Me, first; although other readers who’ve reviewed the book just read it alone and thought it was great. I thought this book was amazing: there’s so much in it. If you like devils and demons there’s something for you; if you like to be horrified there’s something for you too; if you like a good old political thriller there [...]


    4. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. This sequel to the book The Cult of Me continues after Lazarus has been destroyed. Imprisoned in a brick wall, he escapes into the Abyss, a portion of his mind where he can escape the torment of the fires that continually burn him. There he meets of with a few characters, and learns of the coming apocalypse, and that he can help divert it.This sequel continues an interesting story line with our hero still being the anti-hero. Will he be [...]


    5. I received this book for an honest review (LoP). I'm hooked! I really enjoyed this sequel to The Cult of Me. Again, twists I didn't see coming! I am really looking forward to the third in the trilogy!!!! Thanks for the GoodRead :O)


    6. Rating; 4.4Conversations in the Abyss is the sequel to the Cult of Me. I am a great fan of Mr Brookes' writings but I admit that at first, I struggled with the Conversations in the Abyss. I found the Conversations were a bit hard going, because it is all metaphysical stuff and to be honest, even though it is interesting, it is also a bit abstract. Especially to someone who has never read the Bible.So, I did what I usually do when I need to concentrate and understand something, I waited for every [...]


    7. The sequel to Cult of Me adds another dimension to the world of the veil, as well as yet another doomsday. You finally get a sort of name to a face of the protagonist. He is called “The Deathless Man” and is heralded in some long lost and secret prophecies as the savior of the world, the one who prevents the end of the world from happening.It begins as the last one ended with the yet unnamed character imprisoned behind the walls of the monastery. He learns that Lazarus is trying to escape fr [...]


    8. [Full disclosure: Michael Brookes sent me a free ebook in exchange for an honest review.]I didn’t really like Conversations in the Abyss as much as I liked the first book in The Third Path trilogy, The Cult of Me. Not because it’s a bad book, but because it’s a completely different tone than the first book. I’d be lying if I said I hated Conversations in the Abyss, but I’m definitely feeling more neutral toward this book.Part of my problem seems to be, as I said, the change in tone. Wh [...]


    9. I was lucky enough to win this book in a draw on a forum and I feel privileged to have done so. To me, the blurb doesn't do it justice, what drew me in was the prologue. I read that and was hooked.Although the second book in a trilogy, having not read the first book did not diminish my enjoyment of this story and I will now go and read The Cult of MeThe story really does feel in the main like a conversation between The Deathless Man and the other protagonists. I rather enjoyed that style and fou [...]


    10. In this sequel to The Cult of Me, Brookes begins at the beginningof everything! A quasi-religious, Big Bang beginning, which establishes the place of all beings, especially humans and Arch-angels, in the universe. In this highly entertaining supernatural thriller the Anti-Christ is preparing for the Apocalypse, and a small handful of people are rushing to stop him. But the book is not full of battle or chase scenes, nor Omen-like scenes of horror, nor is there even much in the way of political m [...]


    11. Conversations in the Abyss is the follow up to the novel The Cult of Me, and is an enjoyable read.We follow the so called Deathless Man and his eventually discovery that he may be the prophesied saviour of the world. Spending time with him as he escapes the torment of the miracle and into the solace of his own mind and the abyss allows for us to really get to know him, and see a version of angels that are unique and for the most part, avoid cliches.The story switches between the Deathless Man, T [...]


    12. He stole Lazarus's gift of immortality, which combined with his ability to invade the minds of others, made him the most dangerous man in the world. Imprisoned deep within the walls of a monastery, he retreated deep into the recesses of his mind as an invisible fire scorched his body. It is here the Deathless man, discovers the apocalypse, and his role within it.Before reading, "Conversations in the Abyss", I was unaware that it's the follow up to "The Cult of Me". Even though it's a sequel I wa [...]


    13. This is an amazing novel which weaves together a number of strands. We meet The Deathless Man, an entity who has been imprisoned within the walls of a monastery and is visited by a good and a fallen angel. We meet a group of clerics from Rome who are chasing an ancient document, The Gospel of Lazarus and a newly discovered prophecy, and we follow the preparations made by The Antichrist for The End Times. It’s an intriguing tale and is very philosophical and metaphysical. I don’t think I’ve [...]


    14. This is the sequel to The Cult of Me and is an unusual and absorbing read. The theme is the battle between good and evil, namely archangel Michael and fallen angel Lucifer. The arena stretches from heaven to hell and an imprisoned deathless man is a key player. 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. I root [...]


    15. Conversations in the Abyss is a supernatural horror-thriller, and is the second instalment in The Third Path trilogy. It centres on the protagonist - the Deathless Man - who having stolen Lazarus’ gift of immortality has been imprisoned within the walls of a monastery and is continuously burned with an invisible fire. He learns that he is the only one who can prevent the upcoming apocalypse by defeating the Antichrist.Read the full review on my blog: yellowhairedreviewer.


    16. This is the second part of 'The Cult of Me' but it can be read as a stand-alone novel as well because there's enough information in it to understand the story. Having read the first novel, I found this story more plot driven and was completely absorbed.It's a good versus evil tale but every bit as unusual as the first book, featuring characters of the first novel and introducing some new ones. There's food for thought in this one as well and… room for a third instalment? I hope so and definiti [...]


    17. I finished Micheal Brookes' Conversations in the Abyss yesterday and enjoyed it very much. I'm glad I had the opportunity to read most of it in one gulp as I don't think it could ever be classified as an 'easy read'. It requires thinking about, I'd say.The prose is exemplary. Wonderful follow on from The Cult of MeI look forward to the next book.


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