Fiction by

Brent Knowles

novel & story collections

Summer Lover

Cover for Shroud #12
A young wife spends a frightful summer at her husband's family beach-house. (Story - originally appeared in Shroud Magazine)

Almost...human in intelligence.

A bit chilling, to imagine we could not only bring life to computer programs, but also TORTURE them. Quite a new twist on the singularity. Might make you consider A.I. rights, even as we merely approach that future.

Digital Rights | Dionne

[W]e ... root for

It's a really neat idea, and the character that Knowles explores it through is someone that we can relate to and root for as he grapples with his failures, both to his family and his species

Sin and Toil | Brandon Crilly

An Author To Watch

Other stories though - "Mama" and "The Mogul's Wife" - are close to perfect in the way they provide enough detail so you understand the world of the story, and why the characters act as they do. Both these stories and "Fleshsmith" also describe intriguing possible future/alternative worlds.

Mama | Amazon Reviewer

I would recommend this to anyone.

I really enjoyed reading Feast War. I have to say in the beginning was a little worried if I would like it. However, as I continued to read it I found that I couldn't put it down. This is the story about John and how he became the Wanderer. I would recommend this to anyone.

Feast War | Nancy

Science Fiction at its finest

This is Science Fiction at its finest: the way it was meant to be. Brent Knowles appears to have a natural gift for storytelling....

The Pool: Arrival | Amazon Reviewer

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