Meet Hephzibah Akinwale, Young Author Who Broke World Record with Longest Fiction Novel

by Joseph Omoniyi
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Ten-year-old Hephzibah Akinwale, a student at Little Thetford C of E Primary School in East Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom, has achieved a remarkable feat. She has broken the world record for the longest fiction book for children with her novel, Chronicles of The Time Keepers: Whisked Away, which boasts an impressive 58,000 words.

Hephzibah’s novel takes readers on an exciting adventure, where she serves as the main character, exploring mysterious dreams that blur the lines between reality and imagination. Her book has surpassed the previous record holder, 11-year-old Manikya Sanghi, who wrote the award-winning Wizard of Sansanadia with 44,000 words.

Hephzibah’s mother, Chika, believes that her daughter’s achievement will inspire other children, especially children of color, to pursue their creative interests. In recognition of her talents, Hephzibah was recently selected as one of the top 20 young people to help East Cambridgeshire District Council celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III.

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