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About the Author

I was born in England, I moved to Melbourne Australia when I was three years old, growing up in regional areas my love of a great story started early.

I wrote screenplays for a number of years, it wasn't until six years ago, I decided to take up writing novels. In 2012 my youngest son was born with a life threatening condition, it really put life into perspective for me and I stopped writing for a period, it was my wife Eileen that encouraged me to start again.

With my children doing well, my first book Sentari: ICE available and three more titles in the pipeline for 2015, I'm really hoping to take my stories to another level. 

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  • File Size: 814 KB
  • Print Length: 343 pages
  • Publication Date: April 25, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JY4XAYQ
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I was born in England, I moved to Melbourne Australia when I was three years old, growing up in regional areas my love of a great story started early.

I wrote screenplays for a number of years, it wasn't until six years ago, I decided to take up writing novels. In 2012 my youngest son was born with a life threatening condition, it really put life into perspective for me and I stopped writing for a period, it was my wife Eileen that encouraged me to start again and boy am I glad I did.

I released my first book "Sentari: ICE" in 2014, I then followed up with the episodic series "The Constant" a year later and coming up later this year I plan to release the first part of Sentari: FIRE and a brand new un-named series.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Luke on May 10, 2014
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It's difficult to find a decent read these days and very hard to find a good sword and sorcery novel. Actually it's almost impossible. It's a hard genre to write and is usually mislabeled heroic or epic fantasy. And to top it all off the standard set by Fritz Leiber and Robert Howard is very high. It's the kind of genre that is either really good or really, really bad. Sorry my review is more about my opinion that this book is slightly mislabeled, but that did not have any bearing in my rating.

The Sentari saga was enjoyable to read. I wish there was a little more showing and less telling. I found the reading easy on the ear and clear.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By s r triplow on May 30, 2014
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I really enjoyed this book it was interesting from the start. It was full of fantasy adventure and suspense. Cant wait for the next one.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ashlee Iliopoulos on June 1, 2014
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Great read.
Highly suggest this book. Couldn't put it down, so didn't take long and am now hanging for the second book release.
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Australian author Trevor Booth was born in England but moved to Australia at an early age. After a career of writing screenplays Trevor has turned to his longtime passion for epic stories and is committing those stories to novels. He has started what he calls the Sentari Series, of which SENTARI: ICE is the first episode in what promises to be a very solid Young Adult series of books.

Trevor has a fine manner with creating a sense of atmosphere and character development. His genre of fantasy novels imbued with humanistic elements works well in his hands. In essence he transports us to a land of make believe but with elements of tender realism that makes reading his works less a spectacle of danger than a journey of compassion.

His writing style is set before us in the immediate pages of his book as he describes the lands of Sentari: `It had snowed in these lands for so long that the people had forgotten the touch of soft, green grass on a warm spring day. The mountains that surrounded them were obscured from sight by gloomy clouds. The parts of the mountains you could see were so buried in snow that they blended in with the clouds. The trees that had once covered these lands had all but disappeared, leaving but a few dead branches poking out of the snow as bitter reminders of days gone by.'
Into this icy realm he unfolds his tale. The brutal cold and ice are due to the absence of caring dragons. Anastus, the evil king of dragons has turned the dragons' hearts cold. There is one uncorrupted dragon who could change things and the journey to find him is the tale's message.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jacqui Vriens on August 5, 2014
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, the story line is compelling and the characters charismatic and relatable.
You can't help but feel like you are there, going through the trials with them.
Can't wait for the next book
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Guy Moodie on August 4, 2014
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A captivating read from start to finish. The story line is cleverly constructed and the characters are intriguing. Trevor creates an amazing fantasy world the really takes you to another place. I look forward to the sequel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cali Reader on August 10, 2014
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I love a good fantasy novel...especially if a dragon is involved. ;-) The characters quickly pulled me in and I just wanted to read it straight through. There was enough suspense to keep me excited to the very end. I can't wait to read the next book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John J. Staughton on March 2, 2015
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I found this to be an entertaining, but slightly predictable fantasy novel, and while the skill is certainly apparent in the author, I wish that I hadn't felt so many moments of recognition - there were shades of other fantasy series, worlds, and authorial tones throughout the story. While that isn't necessarily a bad thing, given the overlapping styles prevalent within science fiction and fantasy, it isn't what I look for so heavily in a first novel. Te'oma seemed like a rather boring character at first, but fortunately, Booth's character development magic did get going eventually. The quest, however, as all great fantasy epics should contain, rang out as slightly unoriginal. A frozen world and the only hope for redemption is a "free" dragon, which may as well have been "the last living dragon", which any major fantasy reader will struggle to separate from certain elements of the Game of Thrones phenom (book first, of course, followed by the impressive television series). While I can't fault an author for following in the footsteps of what works, I found myself slightly bored at times, watching the progress of a unilateral journey that didn't have as many subplots or intrigue as other novels in the genre. The action sequences were well-crafted, but almost too rare to build any real momentum. All in all, I enjoyed the story, but it didn't leave me hungering for the next book. That being said, I'm not one to discount a series because of a slightly flawed freshman offering, so I'll be checking out the second book in the series at some point in the future.
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