The Traveler in Black and White

The Traveler in Black and White

by Jemima Pett
The Traveler in Black and White

The Traveler in Black and White

by Jemima Pett


    Qualifies for Free Shipping
    Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for delivery by Thursday, December 7
    Check Availability at Nearby Stores

Related collections and offers


A tunnel appears in the courtyard at Lord Mariusz's castle. Of course, he has to investigate. What he finds is a strangely backward world, filled with fun-loving, partying people - except at Halloween. It's the perfect business opportunity for the king of Wozna cola. Mariusz tells his own story in this noir tale of danger, deceit and double-dealing. This fourth book in the Princelings of the East series explains how it all began. Mariusz (also known as Hugo) oozes charm as he slips from one adventure to another. It's risque in places, and gory in others, but it's always tasteful, and exciting! Suitable for older children with parental guidance.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781320566933
Publisher: Blurb
Publication date: 07/17/2015
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

When Jemima found a little booklet she'd written when she was eight in the box in which her mother kept her most precious possessions, Jemima realised she'd always been writing. She never thought of herself as an author until she discovered a strong plot and set of characters, inspired by her guinea pigs. Fred, George, Victor and Hugo had personalities and stories that needed to be told.

So the years of training for and working in office jobs, writing newsletters and event reports in the evenings, of travelling round the country and wondering what it would be like to live in different places, of day dreaming of exciting adventures and reading books like they were going out of fashion finally came to a halt. She started writing. First came The Princelings of the East, which was always intended as a trilogy, with the second and third books titled before they had a plot! Then another book was needed, which turned out to be Hugo's back-story, since he hadn't had enough exposure in the trilogy. Then Victor wanted to be the star of his own book... and so it goes on.

From the B&N Reads Blog

Customer Reviews