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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Suzy Spitfire and the Snake Eyes of Venus is a work of fiction in the science fiction and fantasy sub-genres and was penned by author Joe Canzano. Written for adult audiences due to some scenes of violence, use of explicit language, and reference to adult themes and situations, this is a quick read with plenty of light fun and adventure for casual sci-fi and fantasy readers. Our titular heroine Suzy is an outlaw who makes a trip to Venus to attempt to redeem her reputation. Once there, however, she finds herself in much deeper turmoil than ever before, embroiled in a world of gangs and revolutions.
Author Joe Canzano has crafted a high stakes action novel that encompasses many different genres into its unique breed of fun, including crime drama, science fiction, fantasy adventure, and women’s action fiction. The protagonist Suzy is highly likable for her smarts and inventiveness, whilst also appealing in her nature as a misunderstood outlaw who will cross lines only when she really needs to. The criminal mystery elements of the plot are well-paced out to keep you guessing, with lots of twists and well-laid surprises for us to uncover through Suzy’s eyes. I thought the dialogue and the presentation were particularly slick, delivering stylish lines that also characterized new figures in scenes right away and set the mood well. Overall, I would highly recommend Suzy Spitfire and the Snake Eyes of Venus to fantasy fans seeking a fun multi-genre journey to go on without having to concentrate but just enjoy the ride.