Tony Shillitoe Biography
The Andrakis fantasy series follows the interwoven fates of the central characters, Andra – a warrior with a prophetic future, and A Ahmud Ki – a sorcerer determined to become a dragonlord. The Andrakis world and many of the characters originated from a host of Dungeons and Dragons style games that Shillitoe created and ran for several playing groups throughout the 1980s. The series enjoyed a run of success, although the third book struggled to make sales, perhaps because its unique cover design made it seem not to belong to the first two books.
Tony Shillitoe is a famous Educator, who was born on March 28, 1955 in Australia.
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His first novel Guardians was published in 1992 by Pan Macmillan. It was the first part of the Andrakis trilogy, soon followed by Kingmaker and Dragonlords in 1993. The trilogy was partially rewritten for the 2006 edition.
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Tony Shillitoe is one of the richest Educator. Tony Shillitoe is also listed on the elit list of Richest Educator born on March 28 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tony Shillitoe net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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2003 also saw the release of Shillitoe’s second young adult novel, Caught in the Headlights, which was listed as a “Notable Book for Older Readers” by the Children’s Book Council, and it has subsequently appeared on Premier’s Reading Lists in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. In contrast with the previous novel Joy Ride, this novel espouses a more conventional moral attitude. Caught in the Headlights has been successful. It also reflects the author’s zero tolerance for drugs, drawn from the experiences of several close friends who fell victim to drug use.
Shillitoe returned to the fantasy genre in 2002 when HarperCollins released Blood, the first book in the Ashuak Chronicles. Blood was also short-listed for Best Fantasy Novel in the Aurealis Awards in 2002. Passion and Freedom completed the Ashuak Chronicle trilogy in 2003.
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In 1995 Shillitoe published a teenage fantasy, The Last Wizard, which was shortlisted in the inaugural Aurealis Awards for Best Fantasy Novel. Several short stories and a play monologue were published in various anthologies between 1996–1998.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Educator. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia.
In 1999, Shillitoe published his first young adult novel, Joy Ride with Wakefield Press. Set in Adelaide in the mid-1990s, and inspired by a real news story in which two boys stole a bus and drove it up the South Eastern Freeway. The novel was popularly received by teenagers and young adults, but despised by most older readers, and did not receive positive publicity. It has been used in schools, and also in correctional institutions as a text for rehabilitating young males.
In 2006 Shillitoe released the first novel in a new fantasy series, the Dreaming in Amber quartet, published by Harper Collins. The second book, A Solitary Journey, was also released in 2006. Prisoner of Fate followed in June 2007 and the final book, The Demon Horsemen, was published in July 2008.