Zoe Amos

Lesbian Fiction: "Superior"

Zoe Amos emerged onto the lesbian writing scene with a series of short stories published by Alyson Press, Here Media, Cleis Press, and e-books published under her own name. She blogs regularly for www.Lesbian.com. Good Day Media is proud to announce Zoe's first short novel, entitled "Superior," available exclusively on Amazon.com."Superior" is an appropriate selection for adult and young adult readers.

Back cover copy: After the Water Wars led to Civil War II, Superior Protectorate established itself in what is now Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Two young women, Miss Kristian and Miss Rhona, will soon be of marrying age, but that means being tied to a hustand instead of each other--a forbidden prospect. Powerless to change the rules of a nation that supposedly protects them, the young lovers are thrust into a perilous journey in their quest for freedom and a life together.

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Read the reviews

Amos' story follows young lesbian love and the trials arising from living in a protectorate. With vivid imagery and diction Amos allows the reader to delve into a new world far from the one we know. While the book is fiction, it parallels modern day struggles found accompanying same-sex relationships. Formally creating characters with depth and hope, Amos engages the reader with suspense that will have you rooting for their survival. ... I would recommend this book to anyone looking for inspiration to live a life beyond the societal constraints they've been born into. - All Things Lesbian

I was interested in...this colder wilderness up north. I got the book and really enjoyed it! It's a really fast read. The writing is pretty interesting. I liked the romance...because it was a little unusual...you see the relationship change and evolve, and go through some nice moments...I found it refreshing to read a book that had a different sort of approach. Good book. Recommended, especially if you find the setting or the concept intriguing and worth checking out for the slightly unusual take on the adventure romance genre. - Mary, Queer Books Please, Audioblog Episode #45

I found this novel to be engaging in both its style and content. It doesn't take too much imagination to realize that a state like Michigan...could be a model for all that happens in this futuristic tale. Citizens of the Protectorate have microchips embedded under the skin so that they can be monitored and tracked. So much easier than allowing the NSA to hack all our phones, right? ... I found the writing and the pace quite engaging. The story is interesting even if you don't draw parallels to present day politics, but I sure had fun doing that. - Bett Norris, author, reviewer for Lesbian.com

Love, romance, climate. A smart, good read. It is a romance, but an adventure as well. It is a slim novel, yet it covers a lot of ground. A love story, tender and sweet, between two very likable young women, some intelligent discourse on climate change and encroaching conservatism. The comfort and danger in being taken care of, of looking to the past as an ideal, of giving away our choices, our power, for safety. Itís romantic, itís smart, and it moves at a good brisk speed. I like a romance that engages my mind as well as my heart. This one did both. A well developed plot, fun, without being silly. I think this is worth checking out. I will be looking for more Zoe Amos. - BookishButch.com