Forrorrois Innocence Lost - Reviews: 

Sci-Fi With 3-D Characters!
Forrorrois: Innocence Lost, by Suzanne Y. Snow is a refreshing departure from the tech-heavy, relationship-light fare that dominates the genre. All the principal characters are fleshed out and live in a real universe with real families, traditions and believable emotional lives. It's an exciting, fast paced read that doesn't leave you feeling empty when you finish it! – An Customer

Great Book!
It's been said before, but it's worth repeating: great character development. Much beyond what is normally done in a science fiction story. Creative integration of advanced technology into the story (instead of the other way around). Suzanne Snow did a great job of keeping me in suspense, wanting to know what is going to happen next. I finished the book in a 8 hour marathon (something I only do with the better books) because I didn't want to put it down. Looking forward to the next installment of Danica's story! – An Customer

Humanistic Science Fiction
The cold hard side of science mixed with emotion and texture, this book is full of surprises. Every time I thought I knew the characters, thought I could predict what would happen next, some new facet would be revealed in these already complex characters. The science is plausible, the writing is very readable, there is enough action to keep you interested, and the characters take you in and make you their own. You can't help but care about what happens next. Suzanne Y. Snow's first book is well worth the time it takes to read it and I expect her future books will be even better. – An Customer

Abduction at it’s best!
Reading new author in any genre is always a blind leap of faith.  And this is one is worth taking. It is a simple story about an abductee and her struggle to adapt in a dangerous galaxy and her way home. 
Forrorrois is a tale that might appeal to those who like to read the Liaden Universe or Vattas war (Elisabeth Moon) series. While Snow isn't as experienced an author it leaves me hoping for more. – An Customer

The real measure of a good book is how well it captivates as you are swept up in the story. For me analysis is not important. I couldn’t put this book down. It’s been a long time since a book has held me into the wee hours of the morning. I recommend you read it. – A Barnes & Noble Customer

I absolutely loved this book. The characters are presented in a way that brings them to life. Forrorrois is a strong young woman who keeps getting stronger through all of her ordeals. Once I started reading it was hard to put down, I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen next. – A Barnes & Noble Customer