I have Won 4 Amazon peoples Choice Awards for my two books The Death of Justice and Prison's Exposed one is my Autobiography and one is my book on uk prison's.
The Death of Justice has 18 Favorable reviews and Prison's exposed has 19.
His book gives an in-depth analysis of the prison system and suggestions for reform, I wasn t too surprised that bullying in prison is a huge element of his painfully unjust story. --Bullied By The Boss
This is the kind of book that will surprise many people who have never experienced incarceration. It details the daily grind of prison, not only for those who are innocent but for all prisoners. He knows, first-hand, how broken the British penal system system really is and he's not shy about telling it like it is. --Noel Smith, Insidetime
I can not believe that anybody reading this book will not be moved by O'Brien's experiences within the prison system. I feel strongly that it is a book that deserves to be read. --Norma Penfold, Gwales
"He knows, first-hand, how broken the British penal system system really is and he’s not shy about telling it like it is." Noel Smith, Inside Times
"I can not believe that anybody reading this book will not be moved by O'Brien's experiences within the prison system." Norma Penfold, Gwales
An insight of what it's like to be in prison on a day-to-day basis and how the prison system actually works. Michael O'Brien has first-hand experience of life inside uk Prison.s He tells the experiences of inmates and prison officer, alike.
Read Michael's unforgettable story and you will never again trust the British justice system. --ARS Review
A total death of justice. For the victim, what does that mean, what does it feel like hour by hour, day by day? None of us know who have not had it happen to us. Is it like being buried alive, conscripted into a regime? Is it to feel, day by day, that you are a dead man walking? And how does that fit. How does any human being deal with finding himself alive, but dead to the world, where he is intended to remain possibly for the rest of his life? --Gareth Pierce
Michael O'Brien was imprisoned for eleven years for a crime he didn't commit - the Cardiff Newsagent Murder. in this book he reveals all about the police incompetence and scapegoating which landed him as an innocent man in prison. It also tells of his tooth-and-nail fight through the highest courts, not only to get himself free, but to gain the highest compensation payout of its kind. While in prison, Michael lost not only his freedom but everything he'd ever had, including his wife, his child, and even his health. But he did gain something from his time inside: a self-taught knowledge of Law, and a burning desire to help others fight for justice. On his release he joined forces with another miscarriage of justice victim, Paddy Joe Hill, a member of the Birmingham Six. They set up MOJO (the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation) to help others fight the corrupt British justice system.
Amazon Monthly international People Choice Award 2014
Amazon Annual International People's Choice Award 2013
Exposing the hard truth about the UK prison system
Autobiography Wrongful conviction in the uk