Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Razor Girl - First Review!

SF Scope is the first to weigh in on my September Shomi book, Razor Girl. :) Here's what they had to say:


One of the inaugural authors in the Shomi line, Marianne Mancusi has returned with an edgy all-new tale, Razor Girl, filled with fast-paced action and a heroine strong enough to mold her own destiny. In a Shomi novel, where anything is possible, fresh, strong heroines are the norm and they are just right for proving that any woman can be a heroine.

In Razor Girl, Molly Anderson just wants to be like every other girl at school, fitting in and dating cute boys. Unfortunately, her doomsday-predicting father has other plans. Altering her physically to resemble his favorite story character and become a real Razor Girl, he plans for Molly to save the world. Now, six years after the apocalypse, Molly meets up with her high school sweetheart, Chase Griffin, and together they must escape to the most magical place on earth in order to save the few remaining humans from a deadly disease, and the horrible monsters it created.

Marianne Mancusi is an Emmy Award-winning teleivsion producer turned writer and has earned both high praise and a Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for her boundary-challenging romance novels.

1 comment:

Leanna said...

Cool! Great press for great stuff!