This review is from: The Hunted of 2060 (Kindle Edition)April believes herself to be a normal girl going to high school
in the snow bound state of Alaska. (The settings are beautiful
and evocative.) But she soon discovers that she is something
more than "normal." The novel is set in the year 2060, just 50
years into our future. But ten years in the future, in 2020,
earth had been visited by aliens with shape-shifting ability.
Humans had subsequently hunted these aliens to extinction--
but there was something left behind. Human/alien hybrids
like April. Hybrids who must now learn to survive in a world
which is part ancestral home and part new world to them.
This book is destined to be a runaway best-seller. Ami Blackwelder
has created a world which surpasses the entire Twilight series,
but which contains many of the elements which made that series
so popular. The teenage girl who discovers she's a hybrid species
is believable and you truly care what happens to her.
The love angles are handled skillfully, and the entire world
which Ami has created is believable and draws you in.
Thank you for giving us something genuinely exciting to read.
It appears as if you're in the process of doing a sequel and prequel?
Bring them on!
Sunday, August 8, 2010
AWESOME REVIEW FOR THE HUNTED!
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