MIA KERICK CHARACTER INTERVIEW with MICHAEL “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear.” – the monster to Victor in Frankenstein

29 thoughts on “MIA KERICK CHARACTER INTERVIEW with MICHAEL “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear.” – the monster to Victor in Frankenstein”

  1. Michael is fascinating. Loved the interview. (and kudos for picking something other than Catcher in the Rye for a book a sociopath would claim as his favorite. Frankenstein makes a lot of sense).

  2. That is one seriously messed up kid. I haven’t gotten that far in the book yet, buy I suspect there is more to him than spit and anger.

    Peace ❤
    Jay

  3. I love Michael already. He reminds me of my Damion (from Drown). Lots of flash and bang, anger beneath, at pain at the core. I agree with Sabrina 🙂 Great things, even if not good ones.

  4. Oh goodness, what an interview 🙂 I actually like Michael…tough, street-wise, smart-mouthed, but oh, so vulnerable in areas. Thank you for posting this, Mia 🙂

  5. Jana- thanks for commenting- the use of the Frankenstein book in Michael Bowler’s novels is pretty much genius!! Very intense and unforgettable!!

  6. Sabrina- I find what you wrote very interesting and very perceptive!! You really got to understand Michael from this interview!

  7. Sandy (Abby)- I think you will enjoy your reading experience with Michael. He is not an easy character, but is interesting.

  8. ladygodivamagic- I find the series to be quite compelling. Book 1 lays the foundation, they keep getting more and more exciting- I am now on book 4!! (as a beta reader)

  9. Reblogged this on Sir Lance Says and commented:
    Check out this Interview With A Monster. The contest is over, but Michael, of “Running Through A Dark Place,” still compels.

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