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Freely downloadable booklet Extracts from the Book of Shadow to celebrate the release of the Dark shall do what Light cannot paperback edition
Today sees the release of the paperback edition of the Dark shall do what Light cannot by Sanem Ozdural. In that book we are taken to Pera, meet Shadow its soul, and discover the Book of Shadow which is fundamental … Continue reading
the Dark shall do what Light cannot, the second novel in the LiGa series by Sanem Ozdural is available from today in a paperback edition. Following on from the critically acclaimed LiGa™, this new novel reveals more about the secretive … Continue reading
“an exceptionally good science-fantasy story” – review of the Dark shall do what Light cannot on Risingshadow
On the Risingshadow.net website, Seregil of Rhiminee has written a review of Sanem Ozdural’s new novel the Dark shall do what Light cannot, the sequel to her debut novel LiGa™. The frequency with which Seregil reads new books and writes … Continue reading
As in fellow lawyer Sir Thomas More’s Utopia, Sanem Ozdural combines elements of science fiction and fantasy to provide a setting in which to consider the limitations of the power of the state, in her new novel, the Dark shall … Continue reading
“intimate, sometimes intense but thought-provoking” – review of LiGa™ on British Fantasy Society website
On the British Fantasy Society website, there is a review of Sanem Ozdural’s debut novel LiGa™. After a brief description of the setting of the story, the reviewer, Richard Webb, explains how the LifeGame of the story (for which LiGa™ … Continue reading