Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Hunted 2060 by Ami Blackwelder

The Hunted of 2060The Hunted of 2060 by Ami Blackwelder
Age Warning: There are some prejudices in the plot line, but 12 and up should be fine to read The Hunted 2060.
Published By: Eloquent Enraptures Publishing/ Smashwords
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Provided By: Author
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. As April embraces her new identity, will she have to leave the life she loves behind?
My Review:
The Hunted of 2060, is an amazing read, written by Ami Blackwelder. The story line itself and the fact that it might possibly be our future keeps the readers attention. Taking place in Alaska in 2060 after an "alien" invasion it is the story of April and her progress in finding her identity. Plus takes the romance between three characters, to another level by instating the slight fact of prejudices that are placed towards different people in society. Together with April, Robert, Arken, Arquet, and more, the story of The Hunted of 2060 takes place.

April is in her sophomore year of university in Alaska, and unknown to her is her real identity. Being adopted April, has no clue she has a twin sister (Arquet) or that her father was actually a shifter. But when April turns 19 everything changes and she herself feels the shift in to a wolf take place. And as she feels the change, her romance with her best friend Robert begin to take place. But the main question through out the book is will Robert accept April, and her friends? Or will he give up the hybrids to the milita?

As a heroin April, is a  great character, and Ami's characters are greatly creative and each have their own personality. Through out the book you can always identify a character with their clan because of their nature and their looks. But unlike other books I've read, The Hunted of 2060 has a lot of characters, but their organized and easily known by their names and clans. In the end The Hunted has a great plot and characters; making it simply easy to read.

Ami Blackwelder
About the Author:
Ami Blackwelder is a forbidden romance writer in the paranormal and historical romance genres. Her unique experiences allow her an original perspective and a plethora of ideas to entertain readers. She grew up in Florida and attended UCf. In 1997 she received her BA in English and acquired her teaching credentials. She decided to travel overseas to teach and worked in Thailand, Nepal, Tibet, China and Korea. Thailand is considered her second home now. She has always loved writing and wrote child stories, poems and short stores since childhood and some of her poetry has been published in Korea, Thailand. She won the best Fiction Award of 1997 at her University and achieved the semi-finals for the Laurel Hemingway short story contest. However, her books and novels began when she was in Thailand. Beginning with three spiritual books, she has stretched her arms into the world of fiction and has written a handful of novels so far.


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