Fourth Book of Saga Tests ‘Forrorrois: Tears of Many Mothers’

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Heroine sets on deadly mission to save kidnapped child in Suzanne Y. Snow’s fiction tale.

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consider the deeper message [of the tale]: that even in adversity, positive things can happen.

One mother sets on a deadly mission across the galaxy to rescue her abducted daughter; her only hope is a tenuous alliance with her deadly enemy. Forrorrois, also known as Danica, will once again venture on a quest that will involve forced alliances, hidden agendas, compassion and sacrifices. Suzanne Y. Snow’s acclaimed “Forrorrois” anthology continues as this fourth installation, “Forrorrois: Tears of Many Mothers” (published by AuthorHouse), brandishes a new wave of intergalactic conflict.

Shooting off from the end of book three, “Trager’s Return,” where Forrorrois’ love and father of her child, Trager, was trapped in the Plane of Deception, the latest book now presents Forrorrois raising her child Celeste as an independent mother. When two females dressed in dark red robes burst into her home, taking the helpless child, Forrorrois knew what she must do.

Altogether with her duty as a Dramudam Master Pilot, sworn to protect Earth against hostile alien forces, the heroine must travel to the Dramudam Rehabilitation Station to create an alliance with an enemy she has once defeated to guide her in finding her kidnapped daughter. Collinar, sentenced for his aggressions against Earth, is Forrorrois only recourse—or is he? Will the strength of Forrorrois’ love be enough to overcome this kind of adversity?

“A mother’s love—the nurturing nature that women can have towards one another is an amazing thing. But sometimes this love can also bring sorrow and tears,” Snow shares. The author explores the different and incredible facets of motherhood in her series, effectively inspiring readers to stand against repression and inequality, of gender or of any form.

More than the staples of sci-fi action stories, “Forrorrois: Tears of Many Mothers” also contains mystery and intrigue that fuel the characters’ hidden agendas and choices. This book calls every reader to “consider the deeper message [of the tale]: that even in adversity, positive things can happen.”

“Forrorrois: Tears of Many Mothers”
By Suzanne Y. Snow
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 548 pages | ISBN 9781463443993
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 548 pages | ISBN 9781463443986
E-Book | 548 pages | ISBN 9781463444006
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Suzanne Y. Snow was born in Upstate New York and holds a BS in physics and an MS in secondary education: physics and mathematics. She has worked extensively in both the engineering and educational fields and strives to inspire young women to pursue careers in the technical fields.

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