Friday, June 18, 2010
The Hunted of 2060 Reviewed!
Three Lovers. Two Species. One Way to Survive.
Set in Alaska in 2060, when April enters her Sophomore year at University, she thought Robert might be the love of her life, but as she discovers, she is hiding something inside her, something the rest of the world believes to have died out.
She struggles with who she was and who she is becoming as she learns of a family she never knew existed and of enemies she will have to outrun, outfight or outwit to survive.
April was one of the strongest herione's I have read. You could feel her struggle between to worlds. Not only being with a hybrid. She also struggled with making the right choice in relationships. I have to admit I love Arken's character better than good old Rogers. There was so much happening in The Hunted of 2060 but you never felt overwhelmed or that you couldn't keep up with the plot. The setting placed in the future, was something you could believe. The way Human's treated aliens seems real, and likely to happen. I could see The Hunted of 2060 hitting the big screen. This was the first book of Ami's I have read. I will continue to look for Ami Blackwelder's books in the future.
This book was sent to me from Ami. In no way did this influence my review. All reviews are honest and true to my own opinions.
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I am the author of the Never-Before-Seen-Concept of ANIMAL GRAPH, and am the 'Robot Girl', focusing on robots in dystopia.
I grew up partly in California viewing mountains outside my window, and then Florida under the warm sun. After graduating UCF in Creative Writing I traveled extensively in Asia for eight years.
I began writing THE PARANORMAL novels in 2009, and the ENTER TOMORROW dystopian novels in 2014 (though released in 2017).
I have a Thai Siamese from Thailand named Lotus, and a Tabby from the orphanage named Ash. Both show up in Exotiqa and Quantum State, and the upcoming Electric Gardens.
When not writing, I love reading books from Kindle Unlimited, cooking vegetarian dishes, watching movies, gardening, and spending time with friends.
If you want to get a hold of me, my eMail is firstname.lastname@example.org