The Talent Seekers

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Humphrey is on the run. He has no friends, no past, no purpose, and no future. The king of White Horse Castle is battling against the avaricious intentions of his neighbour, the lord of Castle Deeping. But White Horse has a secret. He knows that there are special people out there, people who need a purpose, people with strange skills and talents. The trouble is, how to find them? More

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Words: 49,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301482900
About Jemima Pett

I have been writing since I was about 8 years old. The evidence is a small booklet found in my mother’s box of treasures, written in a very childish hand, entitled The Little Stream. I've been creating articles and event reports for newsletters and magazines ever since, often with a slightly fictional theme, but early attempts at novels failed for want of suitable inspiration: characters and plot were sadly missing! I had a career in business and in environmental research that kept me gainfully employed but chained to a desk for many years. But I kept writing: manuals, reports, science papers, blogs, journals, anything and everything that kept the words flowing. Finally the characters jumped into my head with stories that needed to be told.

I now live in a village in Norfolk with my guinea pigs, the first of whom, Fred, George, Victor and Hugo, provided the inspiration for my first stories, The Princelings of the East. I'm now writing science fiction for grown-ups as well as completing the Princelings series and writing more stories for the BookElves.

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Review by: Victoria Zigler on July 08, 2017 :
I think this book is my favourite of the series. It is so far, anyhow. I absolutely love Humphrey as a character! The only way I could have enjoyed this book more is if the author had used guinea pig terms instead of people terms for the characters - "paw" instead of "hand" for example - which is something I believe I mentioned when reviewing some of the earlier books in the series. But I suppose that's a personal preference thing, and am not going to let it influence my rating, since I loved everything else about the book.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)

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