“The Chime Seekers” a heart stopping fantasy with acclaimed author Ross Montgomery 


Tuesday 16th November, 11am

Streamed live on both Kirklees Libraries YouTube channel and Facebook page

Meet Ross Montgomery and step into a world of faerie tricks and hidden danger.  This is a tricksy, whirlwind of an adventure from start to finish with twists and turns that you were not expecting. 

 If you’ve got questions for Ross, send them in advance to lal@kirklees.gov.uk.


About The Chime Seekers:


When an evil faerie steals Yanni’s baby sister and swaps her for a changeling, Yanni is swept into a dangerous race against time to get her back.

For faeries delight in tricks and rescuing her won’t be easy. With the help of his cousin, Amy, and the reluctant changeling, Yanni must travel to goblin palaces and battle-swept oceans, discovering ancient treasures and secrets along the way.

Yanni will need every drop of courage and even a few tricks of his own, if he’s to outwit the faerie and save his sister…

Ross Montgomery brings the magical world of British folklore to life in this contemporary fantasy novel. Bursting with Ross’s trademark charm, humour and heart, and with echoes of David Bowie’s Labyrinth, The Chime Seekers is perfect reading for fans of Emma Carroll, Piers Torday and David Solomons.

“A quest like no other: Ross Montgomery is on spectacular form in this brilliant, edge-of-your seat story.” Emma Carroll



About Ross Montgomery:

Ross Montgomery has worked as a pig farmer, a postman and a primary school teacher, so writing books was the next logical step. He spent his childhood reading everything he could get his hands on, from Jacqueline Wilson to Beano annuals, and it taught him pretty much everything that’s worth knowing. If you looked through his pockets you’d find empty crisp packets, lists of things to do, and a bottle of that stuff you put on your nails to stop you biting them. He lives in London with his girlfriend, a cat called Fun Bobby, and a cactus on every available surface.


If you’d like to find out more, visit http://rossmontgomery.co.uk/


Watch introduction here:


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