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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Amie Stolen Future by Lucinda E Clarke is book three in a series of books centered around Amie and her life in Africa. Amie returns to Africa once again with her husband, where she has previously formed relationships, friendships, and even enemies. As Amie, a young white woman, tries to settle down into her life again, her past and her enemies rise up as she faces devastating losses, death, the fear of rape, and even murder, while at the same time forming new relationships and experiencing new adventures. This is a suspense thriller that leaves one wondering until the end. The beauty, wildness, and majesty of Africa has been stunningly portrayed and it is easy to see why Amie considers this her home.
Amie Stolen Future by Lucinda E Clarke is an engaging read. The plot moves fast and, with its aura of danger and adventure, is a mix between romance, thriller, and suspense genres. I liked the character of Amie and, in fact, felt that the essence of Africa has been captured well in the characters overall. While reading the book, I felt as if I was a part of the sun-drenched landscape and the vast open spaces of Africa. I only wish that, for someone who isn’t familiar with the other books in the series, more of a background had been provided as I found myself trying to catch up with the characters’ backgrounds and past relationships. Still, I found this to be an enjoyable read and would recommend it.