Troubador The Morphant

Released: 15/10/2017

ISBN: 9781788039994

Format: Paperback

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Gabriel Grant thinks he’s an ordinary 13-year old Londoner. But one day, something happens that leaves him with extraordinary abilities...

Suddenly, there are people who want to use him for his powers. What is Gabriel’s connection with a monastery in the distant Himalayas? Who is the mysterious Searcher, and can he be trusted? Who – or what – is spying on Gabriel? Why have his parents suddenly disappeared? And what does all this have to do with a visiting circus?

In an adventure based in the heart of London, and together with his feisty sister Ariel, Gabriel eventually finds the answer to many of his questions. Above all: what it means to be a Morphant.

Already attracting 5-star reviews as an e-book, The Morphant is a page-turning coming-of-age adventure set against a backdrop of iconic London landmarks, and exploring a secret underground London world before reaching a thrilling climax inside the Channel Tunnel.

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Readings/signings 2018: Kew House School, London; Farrington's School, Chislehurst, Kent; Eaton House The Manor, Clapham, London; Tetbury Library, Gloucestershire

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Cornelius Fuel

Cornelius Fuel is a teller of tales for children of all ages. Some of his stories for younger children are naughty and rude. Others for older children are exciting and full of adventure. Some of his stories are dark and scary.

Cornelius lives in a rambling old house with decorative metal gates. The gates are beautiful and wildly twisted, with his name created from the ironwork. As Cornelius creates new characters and stories, the gates twist themselves into new shapes that illustrate his tales. So if you see his house and you see the gates changing shape, don't worry. It just means a new story is being born.

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