The Princelings of the East (Princelings of the East, #1)



The Princelings of the East (Princelings of the East, #1) The Princelings Of The East Is The First Of A Trilogy Telling Of The Adventures Of Fred And George.When The King S Birthday Feast Is Ruined By An Unnatural Power Drain, Our Princeling Heroes Leave Their Scientific Experiments To Set Out In Search Of Answers They Encounter The Enigmatic Businessman Hugo, The Impressive Prince Of Buck, The Wise Lady Nimrod, The Irrepressible Barkeep Victor, But Find Themselves Threatened By Those With Vested Interests The Scene Shifts From A Rural, Feudal Setting To The Towers And Heights Of The Curious Isle Of Hattan, But Where, Or When, Are They Time Is Of The Essence In Solving This Puzzle, And Our Heroes Must Keep Their Wits Sharp And Their Heads Clear If They Are To Survive.Suitable For Ages 8 And Over, The Princelings Of The East Is A Fantasy Adventure With The Charm Of The Wind In The Willows In A Complete World Reminiscent Of Anne MacCaffrey S Pern.

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  • Paperback
  • 162 pages
  • The Princelings of the East (Princelings of the East, #1)
  • Jemima Pett
  • English
  • 14 August 2018
  • 1320685005

10 thoughts on “The Princelings of the East (Princelings of the East, #1)

  1. Fiona Ingram says:

    Princelings George and Fred leave the safe confines of their home, Castle Marsh, to investigate a mysterious and recurring Energy Drain that ruined their grandfather, King Cole s birthday feast and led to a lot of good food being wasted too They must find the answers since this situation cannot go on forever Soon, there might be no power left Leaving the castle is easier than they imagined in fact the very mention of how useful a tunnel would be is enough for a tunnel to obligingly appear Princelings George and Fred leave the safe confines of their home, Castle M...

  2. Julie Grasso says:

    We follow Fred and George, Fred who is the thinker or Philosopher and George who is the Engineer, but the totally unique and endearing thing about these two totally lovable characters is that they are in fact Guinea Pigs But not just your average guinea pigs that eat lettuce and live in a cage, they are Princelings and they live in a castle, contribute to its fine tuning and banter with the humans Fred and George remind me of an English cartoon that is currently showing on Australian televisio We follow Fred and George, Fred who is the thinker or Philosopher and George who is the Engineer, but the totally unique and endearing thing about these two totally lovable characters is that they are in fact Guinea Pigs But not just your average guinea pigs that eat lettuce and live in a cage, they are Princelings and they live in a castle, contribute to its fine tuning and banter with the humans Fred and George remind me of an English cartoon that is currently showing on Australian television called Country Mouse and City Mouse, which I recently realised is a retelling of Aesops Fable The two mice are intelligent adventurers who travel around, but they have ...

  3. Jemima Pett says:

    The only thing wrong with this story is that it isn t clear that the characters aren t human It makes it a little puzzling for a reader to really get them clear in their imagination Once you have that, you understand the odd references to certain activities and dining experiences Think Moley and Ratty in Wind in the Willows, and you have a series of characters living a life of comfort when problems intrude and mysteries need to be solved The twists and turns need some attention to keep up si The only thing wrong with this story is that it isn t clear that the characters aren t human It makes it a little puzzling for a reader to really get them clear in their imagination Once you have that, you understand the odd references to certain activities ...

  4. Renee says:

    What s it About Meet Fred and George, the young princelings of the Castle in the Marsh, who just happen to be guinea pigs Fred and George are enjoying the King s Feast when they discover that the mysterious Energy Drain has struck again, ruining the elaborate meal The two young princelings take matters into their own paws and head out determined to solve the mystery of what is draining energy in their kingdom as well as across the land.As they head out through the labyrinth of tunnels in thei What s it About Meet Fred and George, the young princelings of the Castle in the Marsh, who just happen to be guinea pigs Fred and George are enjoying the King s Feast when they discover that the mysterious Energy Drain has struck again, ruining the elaborate meal The two young princelings take matters into their own paws and head out determined to solve the mystery of what is draining energy in their kingdom as well as across the land.As they head out through the labyrinth of tunnels in their marsh and into foreign territories, Fred and George soon get separated through time and space Along their travels, the mystery deepens as the...

  5. Stewart Hoffman says:

    The Princelings of the East is the opening installment in Jemima Pett s, Princeling series A rich, layered world exploring and blending modern technology and time travel, with an old worldly feel It s an interesting set up, and though I occasionally had trouble connecting t...

  6. Anna del C. Dye says:

    The Princeling of the East is an enchanting tale that will delight boys and be very much enjoyed by girls This fourth to sixth grade chapter book will keep young readers enthralled for hours on end You will find well rounded characters, an interesting plot and many adventures within the pages of this book I truly enjoyed the tale and loved the telling It relates a completely new idea in a medieval fantasy setting and plot that will be enjoyed by all the inventors or thinkers in your home It The Princeling of the East is an enchanting tale that will delight boys and be very much enjoyed by girls This fourth to sixth grade chapter book will keep young readers enthralled for hours on end You will find well rounded characters, an interesting plot and many adventures within the pages of this book I truly enjoyed the tale and loved the telling It relates a completely new idea in a medieval fantasy setting and plot that will be enjoyed by all the inventors or thinkers in your home It will be a welcome volume in any home, school, or library shelves George and his almost identical tw...

  7. Kirstin Pulioff says:

    3.5 Stars My first impressions of this book were fantastic The scientific creations, and Thinking of the characters gave me the feeling of a medieval Phineas Ferb Familiar with the cartoon, my mind simmered with ideas of the adventure to come What would these brothers come up with, and what adventures would it lead them on When a tunnel appears out of thin air, leading the princelings to new territories full of strange new drinks...

  8. M.G. King says:

    Ms Pett s story reminds me of the whimsy found in THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS Two guinea pig Princelings set out to discover the source of their castle s energy drain George is the inventor engineer who is ahead of his times, and his brother is the philosopher who likes to Thing About Things They discover a time tunnel, a smuggler, and a rather dubious diet drink of the future Charming and humorous, this will make a wonderful bedtime read aloud I do wish that Ms Pett had given usphysica Ms Pett s story reminds me of the whimsy found in THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS Two guinea pig Princelings set out to discover the source of their castle s energy drain George is the inventor engineer who i...

  9. Kendra says:

    The Princelings of the East is a clever, cute tale about Fred and George, two brothers who set out to discover the mystery of an Energy drain and end up caught in a world of time travel This book is appropriate for readers 8 and up, although the vocabulary might be a little difficult for readers under 10 to read independently but it s perfect for o...

  10. Ronel Janse van Vuuren says:

    Fred and George, a thinker and an engineer, leave home after the tragic food waste caused by the energy crisis at the king s birthday feast.It s a cute young reader middle grade novel about two brothers who have to sort out the energy crisis they come from an almost medieval background with coaches, castles and feasts There s time travel, new media, science and technology just beyond their doorstep.I really enjoyed the relationship between the two brothers and how they grew as individuals thr Fred and George, a thinker and an engineer, leave home after the tragic food waste c...

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