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Lost City (Tales of Lentari Book 1) Kindle Edition

4.7 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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About the Author

Jeffrey M. Poole is a fantasy author living in sunny Lake Havasu City, Arizona, with his wife, his dog Keeley, and his kitty Argo. When he isn't writing he enjoys astronomy, archaeology, archery, movies, and collecting swords. Fans can follow Jeffrey online at www.Lentari.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2250 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Publisher: Hungry Griffin Publishing; 2nd Electronic edition (23 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EX9JP0K
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,691 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Having read the Bachean Chronicles by this author and the fact that the story is of Lentari (the land which features in the Bachean Chronicles) i sort of expected something similar. Once I got it into my head that the author had said it was totally different, I relaxed into the story. It took me a little while 'get into' the story but the further I got, the deeper into it I got. I found myself second guessing the next move that the characters would take. It's shaping up to be another good storyline from this author.
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A funny, light hearted fantasy book that I simply couldn't put down and it's sequel "Something Wyverian this Way Comes" was just as good. What's better is that this first book was completely free (Amazon Kindle) and the second book in the series only £2.38. I can tell you that is an absolute steal. I've not had many books completely enthral me but I could barely put these books down. The first book lasted a couple of days and the second one I only purchased this morning. (I really must go to sleep now though as it has kept me up later than normal - at least it is holiday time so I don't have to get up in the morning!) I needed something to pick me up and make me smile and these two books have certainly done the trick. I'm now going to work backwards and try the Bakkian Chronicles books. Again I can't loose out as the first one is free on Kindle! I enjoy some of the highly complex books such as "A Song of Ice and Fire" and "Lies of Locke Lamore" but at times it is nice to just have an easy highly entertaining read that doesn't tax your brain cells as you try and work out what is happening when! In terms of enjoyment I'd put this up there with my other recent favourites "The Name of the Wind" and "The Wise Man's Fear". It is easier reading than my all time favourite "Lord of the Rings" too. A great book that I highly recommend you all try out. :D
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Jeffrey Poole manages to supply anyone from 11 (maybe younger) to the elderly with his witty tales.
You don't have to read the Lentari trilogy first (The Bakkian Chronicles) as this book will stand alone.
With humor his dwarves go looking for a lost city. Their adventure will have you engrossed with the characters, land, tension and occasional bout of laughing as Jeffrey manages to convey even 'a look' into something you feel you can see with your own eyes.
I came across these books by accident, I am 47 years old and would advise anyone who has a love of fantasy, different worlds and humor to read all his books as I have now done. I'm hooked and you will be too.
I want to live in Lentari :)
Happy reading.
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What a charming read. Couldn't help but fall in love with the dwarves, and dream about all those colourful dragons. Gentle plot, well told with lots of humour. Not sure if I will read anymore of the series? May have used up all the fantasy book wanting for a time.
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Lost City (Tales of Lentari) is not the type of book I would normally read, but gave it a go. It is well written and I enjoyed the read nonetheless, so if you enjoy this type of book then go for it!
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Really loving the Lentari books, the couple in the first trilogy amused me a lot but this new vein is something else! I think leaving Sarah and Steve behind was a good move as it's opened the perspective out somehow... and there are plenty of witty and pithy relationships between characters to keep an interest in while the plot thickens!
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Wasn't sure what to expect from this book not having read the author's work before but I loved it. The plot is very well written and the characters totally engaging, I really got involved with the story. a very good beginning to what I hope is a long series.
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I love all the tales of Lentari. Wish Jeffrey Poole had written hundreds more under this series. He is so imaginative, and I can visualise all the characters and places, he makes them so vivid. Once I have started a book I can't put it down.
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