The Princelings and the Pirates

The Princelings and the Pirates

Jemima Pett / Feb 23, 2020

The Princelings and the Pirates The Princelings of the East is a trilogy relating the adventures of unlikely heroes Fred and George Two innocents abroad they solve problems caused by unintended consequences commercial greed and b

  • Title: The Princelings and the Pirates
  • Author: Jemima Pett
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  • Page: 268
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  • The Princelings of the East is a trilogy relating the adventures of unlikely heroes Fred and George Two innocents abroad, they solve problems caused by unintended consequences, commercial greed, and blind prejudice and still find time to engage in troubled love affairs and nearly blow themselves up with their own inventions.The opening of The Princelings and the Pirates,The Princelings of the East is a trilogy relating the adventures of unlikely heroes Fred and George Two innocents abroad, they solve problems caused by unintended consequences, commercial greed, and blind prejudice and still find time to engage in troubled love affairs and nearly blow themselves up with their own inventions.The opening of The Princelings and the Pirates, the second book in the series, finds Fred and George happily pursuing their interests and enjoying the hospitality of Castle Buck When Prince Lupin of Buck announces his unhappiness with the wine, they set off to discover what has gone wrong at the winery Captured by pirates, shipwrecked, and in danger for their very lives, the heroes are drawn into the Battle of Dimerie, where Fred meets his true love and George gets than he bargained for.Suitable for ages 8 and over, The Princelings and the Pirates is a fantasy adventure combining a generous amount of swashbuckling with a dash of concern at society s ills spiced with the stirrings of a first love interest.

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    About "Jemima Pett"

      • Jemima Pett

        I left school with the careers advice Well, you re going to do Maths at University aren t you And then what Well, I tried a lot of things to find out what I should be doing Eventually I retrained and found I loved working in environmental research, where I could write loads of interesting reports, articles and papers.And then I settled down a bit , got my guinea pigs for company and found I had characters with stories that needed to be told I started writing fiction at last The Princelings of the East, first the trilogy, then a prequel, then another, and now I m writing a science fiction series for grown ups, too, the Viridian System series.So this is probably my fifth career.The moral of the story is follow your star, it s never too late, even if it doesn t quite happen as you expect.See my blog at jemimapettand if you like guinea pigs try Rodents With Attitude forum


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    1. Summary: Our friends Fred and George of Marsh Castle are back. They've been living with Prince Lupin, and working on the development of strawberry juice power. But a wine shortage has darkened the horizon, and Fred and George join with their old friend Victor to visit Chateau Dimerie and find out what's going on. Along the way, they are pressed into service by pirates, meet a ghost, and are plunged into battle alongside an army that actually knows what it is doing. Fred and George are no soldier [...]


    2. Having read the first in the series, this felt like being back on familiar territory. I'm growing rather fond of Fred and George, the intrepid guinea pig heroes, who find themselves plunged into another hazardous adventure, complete with swashbuckling pirates and beautiful princesses. As in the first book, the story is narrated in a fun and engaging style and I love the witty chapter sub-headings!


    3. Our Princeling twins, Fred & George, face unexpected swashbuckling adventures in The Princelings and the Pirates. The adventure starts off innocuously enough - the wine from Dimerie has run out and the person that Castle Buckmore originally sent to find out why hasn't returned, so Fred, George, and Victor set out for Castle Dimerie to discover what's wrong. Along the way, they get kidnapped by pirates, meet beautiful princesses, as well as dig out long hidden secrets. I'm not entirely sure w [...]


    4. Once again the world of princelings created by Jemima Pett is brought to us by beautiful writing. I love the author’s voice in this tales. The tone of the story makes you feel ancient, in a very good way. The Princelings and the Pirates is a beautiful fairy tale for boys and girls, exquisitely presented to the reader. A masterpiece on its own, this pirate’s tale will delight you to the end. Princes George and his almost identical twin Fred are out on another quest and adventure in Book Two o [...]


    5. This is the second book in the Princeling Trilogy.Fred and George have come a long way since the first book The Princelings of the East. Fred continues to be deep in thought and George is working on his inventions, especially the one that power will be created using strawberry juice.The princelings find out that something is happening to the Demeri wine and they are sent out with the friends to find out why. They find out that pirates are going from castle to castle and raiding what ever they ca [...]


    6. The second book of the Princelings trilogy benefits from the author's experience, giving readers a more flowing tale and plenty of excitement. After the all-action prologue we spend a little time re-establishing the main characters and the problem to be solved, and then the adventure takes off, with abductions, storms, rogues, heroes and heroines. Even a ghost! Not only is a nice story in itself, but it takes us on into the third of the trilogy, leaving threads unravelled and a desire for ulitma [...]


    7. 3.5 I liked this story much more than the first, there are swashbuckling adventures, mystery and intrigue. However there are a lot of characters and places involved, which can be hard to keep track of, although you always know which main characters you're with. There is also a fair amount of info dumping and a few points that could be clarified a bit more.Having said that, once you've picked through the mire of activity, it's a charming story.


    8. Palace intrigue, betrayal, kidnapped by pirates, young love, epic battle scenes, and injuries. This is a tight, profound, well crafted, well edited (!) book with great character development. It's not scary, but touches on real life situations in a matter-of-fact way without hysteria. Overall story arc is incredible. I'm buzzing through this enjoyable series and lovin' it.


    9. Palace intrigue, betrayal, kidnapped by pirates, young love, epic battle scenes, and injuries. This is a tight, profound, well crafted, well edited (!) book with great character development. It's not scary, but touches on real life situations in a matter-of-fact way without hysteria. Overall story arc is incredible. I'm buzzing through this enjoyable series and lovin' it.


    10. This was an excellent second book for the series. I love the characters, and the plot is exciting and interesting. Like with the first book in this series, I think it could have been even more amazing if the author had used more guinea pig terms rather than people words, such as "cavie" instead of "person" for example. However, since I know this is just something I personally think would have been a nice touch, and not doing so doesn't spoil the story in any way, I'm not going to count her not d [...]


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