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Tuesday, September 3, 2013


Review
In the beginning I fell into the description of the farm and felt like I could see myself there. Having lived on a farm before it didn't leave anything out. Farm life is hard and amongst the supernatural elements and alien life the author pulled it all together rather nicely. The characters were very easy to relate to and believable. The plot evolved nicely with the appropriate pauses and climactic evolutions throughout the story. In places it shocked me in places and made me smile in others. Overall I found this to be a wonderful book that I would recommend to those that want a little romance with their aliens.
Synopsis
Teenager, Joe Kendrick, thinks he’s got problems. The farm he’s looked after since his father’s suicide is falling and his brother wants to sell it, his girlfriend has dumped him and his normally down-to-earth Nan starts muttering about seeing UFO’s. And all Joe wants is a ‘normal’ life. Then he saves suicidal stranger, Sarah, from drowning.


What Joe doesn’t know is that Sarah is a human/alien hybrid, sent to test the viability of life on Earth, and, as she’s survived hostile aliens are already planning their attack.

Ninety-five percent Human is the first in a two-book sci-fi adventure.


Genre: Young-Adult / Sci-Fi
209 pages
ISBN13 9780957466234
August 31st 2013 by Beresford Publishing House

About the Author
Suzanna Williams is a perpetually eighteen year old YA author who lives in the wild, wet, Welsh borderlands surrounded by ruined medieval castles and Celtic mythology where she looks for UFO’s amongst the stars and imagines all the people she meets have dark secrets.

When she is not inventing radical problems for her unsuspecting heroes and plotting their escape, Suzanna is a serial collector of random badly paying jobs and has never found a use for her BSc in Psychology whatsoever.

As a child, Suzanna filled notebook after notebook with stories and her first taste of writing success was a poem published in the local newspaper aged just nine years old. She has written and directed several plays and pantomimes before publishing her debut novel, ShockWaves, in 2012.

Suzanna loves sci-fi action adventures, playing the piano, believes Romeo and Juliet should have talked more and considers sarcasm to be the highest form of wit.

She has a daughter who is a drummer, another daughter who is a driving instructor, a son who is a dancer and a 'nearly' grandson she's dying to meet.


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2 comments:

suzanna williams said...

Thank you for hosting my book, Leanne.
I truly appreciate the lovely review.
Suzanna x

Kriss Morton said...

loved it! Thanks for hosting for The Finishing Fairies