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Although Suzy is a Yorkshire lass at heart, she left her home town of Rotherham to move to Portugal with her family when she was ten.
The Algarve continues to be her home, which she shares with her husband (and childhood sweetheart!), Michael.
Suzy's career began soon after completing her A levels when she was offered the position of trainee journalist for a local English newspaper. Her love of writing developed and a few years later she moved on to become assistant editor for the region's largest English language publisher. Since then she has also worked as the editor of one of the Algarve's most loved monthly lifestyle magazines. Early in 2010 however, Suzy began working as a freelance writer and author. She has since written six books for Young Adults: Raven, December Moon, The Lost Soul, The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw, Daisy Madigan's Paradise (novella) and The Temporal Stone and a seventh chick lit book called Forever Fredless.
on Oct. 08, 2012 :
With never a dull moment in this book, I would definitely call “The Lost Soul” a page turner. December and Jack are trying to communicate telepathically at the cost of severe headaches; a beautiful woman is seducing all the human men in town, and all the supernaturals are searching for Jemima - the beautiful and popular cheerleader who is thought to be dead. All this being only the tip of a very big paranormal iceberg, just add a lost fairy, caves full of nephilim, and…oh yes, a pterodactyl - and voila! A suspense-laden work of art.
This enthralling third book in the Raven Saga had me rooted to my chair until I had read the very last word. There are numerous well crafted characters - many of them supernatural races - and still the book is so skilfully written that the reader isn’t easily confused about who is who. The frequent shifts in point of view adds to the suspenseful atmosphere and gives the reader an idea of what is happening on all fronts. A touch of romance, especially that between Lily and Oliver, brings a beautiful sweetness to the story. The author maintains just the perfect balance between action, tender moments and humor and yet there are several moments for which you may want to have the Kleenex close by.
For a masterpiece of nail-biting suspense, riveting action and beautiful tender moments, “The Lost Soul” is an absolute must-read. I would, however, advise readers to read the first two books in the Raven Saga first before they read this fantastic book suitable for readers of all ages. I happily give it five stars! (Ellen Fritz)
(reviewed long after purchase)