Review: The Hunted Of 2060
Jun • 16 • 2011
Title: The Hunted Of 2060
Series: Shifter Evolutions # 5
Genre: Young Adult- Paranormal
Author: Ami Blackwelder
Publisher: Eloquent Enraptures
Release Date: April 16, 2011
Book: e-book sent by author
“Set in Alaska 2060. 3 Lovers. 2 Species. 1 Way to Survive.
Summary: 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?
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 of April’s story.”
I just loved the world that was created in this book. I like how well the future was shaped and how the government worked. And what was scary is that the world could end up that way. All fighting, with nothing but wars.
The main characters in this book, April, I liked. She had a real strong head on her shoulders. She found out who she was and she stood up for herself. When the packed did not approve of who she was with, she fought her him. I admired her strength to stand firm. I think it would be scary to not only stand up for yourself, but to stand for yourself in front of a pack is down right risky! All the characters had such unique names. I like how the names matched each character well. While all the characters could shape shift, they all stood for their rights till the very end. Many were lost, but I loved their loyalty to fight till the end.
I like how April story was intertwined with the past. It made the story much more interesting in seeing how it all connected. April, had so much more to her, I knew that there had to be more.
My only gripe was that at times the story had a good build up, then it get slow. It bothered me a bit, but still the story was good enough to continue on reading. Overall, this book was written well. It has a good back round to it. It leads the reader in to diving right in and stepping into sync with the characters.
I give it 3 BITES!