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Review From onlinebookclub.org What would you do if you suddenly discovered you are wanted by ancient intergalactic beings and...
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Details of Trent Foster & The Council of 10
- Exact title of the book
- Trent Foster & The Council of 10
- Book author
- Matt Whiteside
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 221 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- December 22nd 2018
- File size (in PDF)
- 884 kB
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Review From onlinebookclub.org What would you do if you suddenly discovered you are wanted by ancient intergalactic beings and that you have nearly unlimited powers? This is exactly the question Trent must answer in Trent Foster and the Council of 10 by Matt Whiteside. Lately, Trent has been depressed.
His life feels empty, and his job as a personal trainer just isn’t fulfilling anymore. Everything changes, though, when Trent’s apartment is blown up and Trent is kidnapped. Rainjier is a Sentinel, a being with magnificent abilities tasked with keeping the galaxy safe.
When the Council (ten beings who give the Sentinels their assignments) start gunning for Trent, Rainjier knows something’s wrong. Trent has no history of violence and can’t possibly be a threat to the galaxy. He rushes to Earth and gets Trent before the real bad guys can.
Along with Trent’s dog and co-worker, Trent and Rainjier must figure out why the Council wants Trent, as well as what Trent’s powers are, before the other Sentinels catch them. This book contains a fantastic adventure. From the first explosion, the action takes off running.
Once Trent comes into his powers, things get even more interesting, as his abilities seem almost limitless. This could have had the effect of making Trent overcome everything too easily, but the author did a great job of keeping the threat real. Speaking of the threat, the Sentinels were my favorite part of this book.
There were several from different planets. Their various appearances added a nice touch. For example, a giant Sentinel captures Trent’s friend Ferra.
At one point aboard the Sentinel’s ship, Ferra has to use the facilities, which are appropriately sized for her captor. The result was quite humorous. The array of powers was fascinating, too.
One Sentinel could create stunningly realistic visual and auditory illusions. Another has abilities similar to the sirens of Greek myth, and it turns out she’s descended from them. There are quite a few instances of adult language and thoughts in this book, which means I recommend it only for readers aged eighteen and up.
Fans of superhero fiction or science fiction adventure stories might enjoy this book. If it bothers you, beware the cynicism. Otherwise, hop aboard a ship and join Trent on a journey into the unknown.