One’s Aspect to the Sun

Captain Luta Paixon of the far trader Tane Ikai needs to know why she looks like a woman in her thirties–even though she’s actually eighty-four. She isn’t the only one desperate for that information.

The explanation might lie with her geneticist mother, who disappeared over sixty years ago, but even if her mother is still alive, it’s proving to be no small task to track her down in the vast, wormhole-ridden expanse of Nearspace. With the ruthless PrimeCorp bent on obtaining Luta’s DNA at any cost, her ninety-year-old husband asking for one last favor, and her estranged daughter locking horns with her at every turn, Luta’s search for answers will take her to the furthest reaches of space–and deep inside her own heart.

Novel | 285 pages
Trade Paperback (ISBN 978-0-9918369-5-6)
Ebook (ISBN 978-0-9918369-6-3)
Tyche Books, November 2013


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Reviews & Comments

“A quest for the secrets of medical immortality across an interplanetary stage–an excellent debut novel by Canadian author Sherry D. Ramsey.” ~ Steve Stanton, author of The Bloodlight Chronicles

“Luta is smart, loyal and a bit of a rebel.” ~ Bea’s Book Nook. Read the entire review.

“Debut novelist Ramsey uses classic science fiction tropes, but her setting cradles a more personal story of family trust and conflict.” ~ Publisher’s Weekly. Read the entire review.

“…it scores well on the page-turner scale…” ~ 5-Star Amazon review. Read the entire review.

“It was so refreshing to have a real, believable, female main character in such a powerful role.” ~ 5-star Goodreads review. Read the entire review.

Find many more reviews at <>Amazon and Goodreads!

Fun Stuff

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One Comment

  1. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak -I am currently reidang this book and have not yet finished it. It takes place in Germany during World War II. I purposely saved this book for a winter read. I enjoy it and find the author’s approach to character descriptions very interesting he does not always weave it into the story, but instead takes the direct approach by stating this is the description . I am interested in the story and want to know what will happen next. So far so good.Update I finished this book, took me a while at 576 pages don’t let the length of the book deter you from reidang it. I highly recommend this book. I also suggest you watch the author interview at Amazon (you can click on the book title below) before you read it.For more information about this book click on –

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