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Following on from the success of her debut novel, this latest instalment introduces an interplanetary murder mystery into the ‘space opera meets gangland thriller’ series DARTFORD, KENT – 09 June 2017 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in … Continue reading
On her blog Words & Birds, Marian L Thorpe (writer, birder, reviewer, artist) has just posted a review of Sailor to a Siren by Zoë Sumra. Marian starts by describing Sailor to a Siren as “classic science fiction, belonging to … Continue reading
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On Risingshadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee has just reviewed Zoë Sumra’s debut novel Sailor to a Siren. He describes it as a novel “filled with entertaining action, intriguing characters and good worldbuilding” and adds that Zoë’s successful blending of space opera … Continue reading
With the dedication that comes from attention to detail, Zoë Sumra has developed a rich universe in which to set her stories. Now it is fully realised as the first of those stories is revealed in the enthralling thriller Sailor … Continue reading
Sailor to a Siren is a great debut from Zoë Sumra and establishes her as a name to watch in epic space opera. The depth of her characters, the breadth of her world-building, the ambition and longevity of her story-arcs … Continue reading
Zoë Sumra devoted years to developing, finessing and peopling her enthralling yet thoroughly credible universe. Now she is bringing its first story to print by signing with independent SF publisher Elsewhen Press for the thriller Sailor to a Siren. DARTFORD, … Continue reading