Books by Sharon Lynn Fisher

D+
The Absinthe Earl

Set in an alternate Victorian-ish (or possibly Regency-ish) era, Sharon Lynn Fisher’s The Absinthe Earl starts out as an okay fantasy romance, although some stiff prose and awkward worldbuilding drag the entire production down.  Then the novel introduces a mentally ill character doused in ‘mad ...

C
Echo 8

Sharon Lynn Fisher’s Ghost Planet was one of my favorite reads of 2012. I gave it a B+ here at AAR but it came this close to being a DIK. I have followed the author religiously since reading that book. Unfortunately none of her other work has quite reached the brilliance of that original story. ...

B
The Ophelia Prophecy

Back in the 70s, the popular TV show The Six Million Dollar Man began with the phrase, “Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. . . Better than he was before. Better...stronger...faster." This novel takes a look at what happens when we go down the path of rebuilding humanity. ...

B+
Ghost Planet

What is life? What is death? Is the essence of who we are stored in our DNA or is there more to us than just the biological being? If our form is changed, does that change who we are? Ghost Planet looks at what it means to be reborn in another world, another form. When psychologist Elizabeth Cole ...