Out now, The Everlasting Beyond of Eternal Happiness, published by those lovely people at sci-fi-cafe.com.

"The author manages to keep you on your toes too with a fast, relentless plot...The Everlasting Beyond of Eternal Happiness is quite exceptional, it's funny without going too far, thoughtful without being too preachy and above all a very fine read." 5 Stars - Antony at SFBookReviews

Read the first three chapters

Read the first three chapters


"A ripping yarn...Homeland is funny, satirical, different, yet reminiscent of Dawn of the Dead, Alien, 1984, and a few other books and movies thrown in." Ian Hunter, British Fantasy Society

"Amos makes this perverse world come alive...the reader is pulled along with the fast action and an ending you couldn't possibly see coming." Neo-Opsis Magazine

"This story is put together wonderfully, with all the satiric elements and humor coming together for a most entertaining tale...of the Shopping Mall of Doom." Mrs Giggles, 84%

"The more I read, the more I laughed...It's a wild run through pop culture and the Patriot Act that'll keep you laughing on the edge of your seat, hanging on for dear life and listening for the subtly threatening voice of Homeland Security." Ash Arceneaux - Author of horrific romantic suspense

"This story definitely has an intriguing approach...adding in themes of fear of terrorism, shopping mall society, and other current issues. I recommend it...this is definitely a page-turner novel; this reviewer couldn't stop till the end." 5 Stars - Euro-Reviews

You can buy Homeland from Amazon:

The Rocktastic Corduroy Peach

The Rocktastic Corduroy Peach is here

"A great little book..." Tim Bearder, The Download, BBC Radio Oxford

"I like the author's breezy style and sense of humor...I'm going to steal some of his punchlines, heh" Mrs. Giggles

"Michael Paul Amos creates a read that allows emotions of love, hate, desire and grabbing and holding onto dreams to surface." Linda L. - 4 Hearts, The Romance Studio

You can buy The Rocktastic Corduroy Peach from Amazon:

Out Now!

The Assassin's Canon

The Assassin's Canon, published by The Utility Fog Press, edited by Edwin H. Rydberg.

"Silent and deadly with an arsenal of devious, lethal contraptions, or bumbling and inane and hopelessly overmatched by his target. Or just someone thrust into a circumstance that leads them to contemplate murder. All types of assassins and all types of assassinations are welcome in the Assassin's Canon anthology."

The Assassin's Canon is an anthology of dirty deeds, done dirt cheap, including the short story The Man From Health and Safety by Michael Amos.

Michael Amos

Thanks for dropping by my web page. My name is Michael Amos and I am a novelist and writer based in Oxford, the city of dreaming spires in the heart of the United Kingdom.

I love getting emails, so please contact me on mike dot amos at michaelamos dot net.

I write contemporary fiction under the name Michael Paul Amos, and science-fiction under the name Michael Amos. Details of my latest releases can be found below or from the menu to the left.

The plectrum of broken dreams My novels are largely about the absurdity of the human condition, the gap between self-perception and reality, and the hunger to belong. Although they contain nothing explicit, they are aimed at an adult audience.

Where to buy my books

An alien, yesterday My novels are published by Samhain Publishing Ltd., an independent US publisher. If your UK bookstore is having trouble ordering my books, please explain they are distributed by Bertrams Books and Gardners Books .

My books are also available via on-line stores such as Amazon.com and Blackwells. Each novel has its own web page with details of where to buy.