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Review of The Princelings of the East
Princelings of the East, Book 1, is a suspense filled mystery, strong on character development, with a deliciously complex and engaging plot, that is sure to be enjoyed by older tweens and adults alike
Review of Bravo Victor
When Victor sets out to modernise the Inn of the Seventh Happiness, his velocipede is stolen, and he meets a nefarious character who is importing something that tastes suspiciously like the highly prized, but banned, Wozna drink. Then a friend goes missing and it's up to Victor to find him. Redwall meets Wind in the Willows in this sixth installment of the Princelings adventures
Review of The Princelings of the North
A very nice read. Adventurous ride which adults can enjoy as well! The writing is simple and neat, engaging throughout. The chapter drawings and its one-two line details are great ideas! I loved the story and all the characters, a nice travel with fantasy and kingdoms and power games! And happy with the good ending too!!
Review of Chronicles of Marsh
I always love hanging out with these characters, and reading about the creative way they make things work in their wonderful world, and this book is one of my favourites of this series
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The first book in the trilogy introduces us to our guinea pig heroes, Princelings Fred and George. Imagine them, if you will, scurrying around the castle using secret passages, carrying out scientific experiments that occasionally blow up in their
The second book in the trilogy shows our guinea pig heroes, Princelings Fred and George, enjoying life as Prince Lupin’s guests at Castle Buckmore. Fred is absorbed in his wind-mapping experiments while George is working on the project that is
The final book in the trilogy starts with some strange goings-on in an unspecifed location in the Prologue, then moves to more familiar territory as our guinea pig heroes, Princelings Fred and George, wait at Castle Buckmore for the arrival
The fourth book in the series takes us back to Castle Hattan. Lord Mariusz, peeved by being cast as the villain in the first book, attempts to set the record straight. He narrates, in his own Humphrey Bogart fashion, how
Humphrey is on the run. He has no friends, no past, no purpose, and no future. He’s just a guinea pig trying to find his way west in a world of dark forests, wild hills, strong castles, and assorted vagabonds
Bravo Victor is the sixth in The Princelings of the East series, and stars Victor, keeper of the Inn of the Seventh Happiness, a much-loved character in four of the previous books. It’s now 2015. Victor has grown up, but
Willoughby the Narrator is the seventh in The Princelings of the East series. It is narrated by Willoughby, who first appeared in the Talent Seekers, as one of the ‘talents’ and mentor to Humphrey. As might be expected from a
The Princelings of the North is the eighth in The Princelings of the East series. It is the tale of how Princelings Dylan and Dougall, who live in the far northwest of an island off the northwest coast of the Realms, rescue an exiled
The Princelings of the East are now King Fred and Prince Engineer George.
Fred decides to write a memoir, detailing progress under his kingship. It turns out to be just one problem after another…
The Chronicles of Marsh is book 9 in the Princelings of the East series.