Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Alien shape-shifters, martial law, and Alaska grabbing readers of The Shifters of 2040 by Ami Blackwelder
|The Shifters of 2040 by Ami Blackwelder|
She is the author of numerous short stories and novels. The Shifters of 2040 is another installment in her The Shifter Evolutions Saga.
Glimpse the startling forces of genetic manipulation, military greed for power, and the quest for survival, justice, and love in this video about The Shifters of 2040:
About the novel:
Set in Alaska in 2040, Melissa Marn and Bruce Wilder must work under the iron fist of the SCM, while still trying to maintain humanity. Discovering a world of shifters and hybrids, the scientists must struggle with human prejudice and betrayal. With the original ancestors, dubbed shifters, still living on earth, humans are in the midst of a fifteen year old war. As the eldest hybrids, Unseen and Diamond, learn about humans the hard way, with the loss of loved ones and sacrifices, love on planet earth proves challenging.
With underlining themes of how prejudice breaks human connections and animal/wildlife conservation, this novel which has received rave reviews will leave the reader flipping through the pages.
Blackwelder's efforts to build a compelling saga are obviously a labor of love. A writer with this much passion for her craft deserves a look from readers.
The Shifters of 2040 is widely available:
Barnes & Noble Nook
Paperbacks also available.
I discovered Ami Blackwelder and her Shifters Saga through Author AdvenTours, where you can continue to follow Blackwelder's blog tour.