Sif Sigmasdottir is an author and a journalist from Iceland. Sif has been writing children's books for ten years and her novels for teenagers and young adults are bestsellers in Iceland. Her most recent book, Freya's Saga, was nominated for the Icelandic Literary Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Iceland. Having obtained an MA in children's literature from the University of Reading in 2003, Sif now lives in London. This is her English debut.
Sigmarsdottir does an excellent job of balancing the personal conflicts with the horror of the big picture. It's funny and sweethearted too, and there's light in the darkness. * SciFi Now * The book is a great read, weaving a teenage love story deftly into a fast-paced adventure story, with a modern teenager out of her depth but still doing her best to try to save her world. * Crime Review * Sigmarsdottir does an excellent job of balancing the personal conflicts with the big picture... it's funny and sweet-hearted too, and there's light in the darkness -- Jonathan Hatfull * SciFiNow Magazine * I Am Traitor was gripping from the very first page... I couldn't put it down. * Be My Anchorr Blog * [Sif] definitely has a gift for realistic world-building, and I definitely look forward to whatever she may come up with. * Turn That Page blog * [Sif] quickly became an author whom I'm going to keep my eyes out for... I couldn't put I am Traitor down at all. * Lair of a Book Dragon * I Am Traitor was consistently exciting and surprising, beyond the alien invasion concept it was wholly unique and with a very fascinating cast of characters, from kick-ass teens to traitors. * Page to Stage Reviews * Sif Sigmarsdottir has done a sterling job of spinning a War of the Worlds tale recast with a young and female central character and a modern setting. * The Bookbag * Suzanne Collins fans, meet your new must-read author. * Lovereading4kids * There is much to keep a reader engaged, while also raising questions about morality and courage with a reasonably light touch. * The Irish Times * A fast-paced, funny and thrilling read. War Of The Worlds for the YouTube generation. * The Sun *