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Trevor's Song (The Trevolution Book 2) by [Gottfried, Susan Helene]
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About the Author

Susan Helene Gottfried is the author of ShapeShifter: The Demo Tapes: Year 1, The Demo Tapes: Year 2, The Demo Tapes: Year 3 and the e-book-only short story, Mannequin. She can be found online at http://westofmars.com, where you can find The Meet and Greet, among other goodies. In real life, West of Mars is a real place -- if you know where to look. A tone-deaf rocker-at-heart, Susan worked in retail record stores, in radio stations, as stage crew, and as a promoter while earning two college degrees in creative writing. Susan invites you to come hang at West of Mars, where the Meet and Greet is hopping with more than just Trevor and the other members of ShapeShifter. The cast has grown; come meet them before they have books of their own.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 303 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004C445Z6
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Trevor's Song Rings True 28 Jun. 2014
By Matt Syverson - Published on Amazon.com
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Susan Helene Gottfried has been in and around rock and roll, and it shows. She's also a degreed writer, and that shows, too. The combination is evident in her fine book, 'Trevor's Song'. I don't believe I've read better descriptions of the rock scene, grimy underbelly and all. She's also got a wonderful dialogue voice that rings true and never feels stilted. This book matches the attitude of rock-n-roll, including the liberal use of f-bombs, so be ready for that. The book is heavy on character development and lighter on action, which is my only criticism. As a guy, I'm not the type to read 'relationship-y' books for the most part, but I suspect others will find that aspect of the story very fulfilling. I have to give Susan kudos for a self-published book that's free of the typical grammar and spelling errors found in so many. She's got great attention to detail, and you'll enjoy hanging out with Trevor and the gang.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Emotionally Engaging 14 July 2012
By Dana Griffin - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the first novel of Ms. Gottfried's that I've read. But it won't be my last. Her writing style sucked me into the story from the start and kept me glued to the story.

This is the story of Trevor Wolfe, bass player for the heavy metal group Shape Shifter, who is a very narcissistic character. If there is a problem with this story, and this is a minor one, is his attitude for the first half of the story became frustrating and tiring. It seemed Trevor would go to any length to piss off those close to him, without any redeeming characteristics.

When Shape Shifter's lead singer, guitarist, and best friend Mitchell begins dating Kerri, an artist who doesn't take any of Trevor's shit, I initially wondered who'd last the relationship, Kerri, or Trevor.
Here is why Ms. Gottfried's writing was so engaging. Kerri grows on Trevor making him reconsider the relationships he has with Mitchell, and begin his own amorous love, instead of the one night flings he's famous for. Although Trevor goes throughout the book attempting to maintain his adversarial relationship with Kerri, the reader learns how much he respects her and admires her for the person she is, and the wife she became to his best friend.

Ms. Gottfried does an excellent job of making this reader go from disliking Trevor, to caring about him. This change comes about gradually and naturally. Putting the reader so deeply into Trevor's, and occasionally Kerri's head, makes for a very engaging story I had a hard time putting down.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Engaging voice and writing despite tiresome main character 26 July 2012
By Pam Godwin - Published on Amazon.com
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Gottfried owns the art of delving into a character's head and heart. She especially shone at this with Trevor's voice. I relish this level of deep third writing, but I had two problems with it in this book. One, the majority of the script was inner monologue and narration, specifically in the first half. There'd be a little action, a little external dialogue, then pages of inward thinking would follow before the next action beat. The second issue was the lack of affection I had for Trevor, the main POV. He's a self-absorbed, sniveling imbecile who behaved like a seven-year-old boy around girls. The main conflict in the book could've been averted if he'd just voiced his problem. I was so frustrated with him that by the conclusion, when he finally unclogged the C word from his stubborn throat, my weariness was irreversible. Too late, I thought, as I turned the last page with a grinding of teeth. My favorite dynamic in this book was Kerri. Her odd relationship with Trevor, the nickname he gave her, perceiving her through his viewpoint. Her character was an ingenious tool to develop Trevor, making her a potent piece of the story--I adored how she shared her marital bed in the end, such a great show of her empathy. If there'd been something more redeeming about Trevor Effing Wolff, some little thing I could identify with as I was able to do with Kerri, I would've been more sympathetic to the amount of time it took to grow his character.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars For Those Who Like To Rock... 19 Jan. 2011
By Darcia Helle - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to admit, I didn't much like Trevor at the start of this book. He took great pleasure in annoying his friends and altered between a spoiled, narcissistic brat and a clingy, scared child. I did like his best friend, Mitchell, and had to wonder why he put up with Trevor's antics.

Despite my annoyance with Trevor, Gottfried's writing style made the story fun. Her familiarity with the music world brought vivid detail to the band's life. The dialogue and characters felt like I could have been reading the journal of a real-life young band.

About midway through the book, the story really got going. Trevor's challenges forced him to make difficult decisions that tamed his self-involved immaturity. In the end, Gottfried leaves the perfect opening for a sequel. I had a sense that all would be well and that Trevor had grown, though we might have to wait to know that for sure.
5.0 out of 5 stars I thought was a sign of some darn good writing. The details also made me feel like ... 28 Oct. 2016
By William drosendahl - Published on Amazon.com
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What an interesting read! I started out not liking the main character, ended up cheering for him. To be able to do THAT, to make me care and completely flip my viewpoint, I thought was a sign of some darn good writing. The details also made me feel like I was there on tour and behind the scenes with the band, something I know nothing about and enjoyed.
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