The Cobbler's Soleless Son
Everyone expects Renart Walker to follow in his mother's footsteps and become the cobbler for their little demon-ruled town. That'd be the proper thing to do: keep his head down, live his quiet human life, and try not to get too involved with demons. But Renart has never been terribly concerned... show more
Everyone expects Renart Walker to follow in his mother's footsteps and become the cobbler for their little demon-ruled town. That'd be the proper thing to do: keep his head down, live his quiet human life, and try not to get too involved with demons. But Renart has never been terribly concerned with proper, and he isn't interested in a quiet life. His interests are a little more ambitious: he's aiming to catch himself a demon prince.
As a human, he'd never be allowed to even get close to Prince Hrahez. The only solution is to make a bargain with a demon, and everyone knows what they want. Still, nothing ventured, nothing gained, and he's got a plan—but it involves tricking a demon. If it doesn't work, nobody in town would want to be in his shoes.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-08-22
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Pages no: 46
Edition language: English
3.5 Hearts--Renart is nineteen, human and fascinated with demons.(*whispers*Horns, am I right?)In the high fantasy world created by Meredith Katz in The Cobbler's Soleless Son, Renart is focused on one thing no matter how aimless he seems to his cobbler mother. Human/ demon relations are frowned upo...
It's not bad -- but at the same time, I also felt like I didn't understand Hrahez enough. This relationship seemed based on lust only because there wasn't enough interaction between the two except for sex. The twist in the end was nice though.
Book – The Cobbler's Soleless SonAuthor – Meredith KatzStar rating - ★★★☆☆Word Length – 15KCover – Nice.POV – 3rd person, 1 character POVWould I read it again – Yes.Genre – LGBT, Demon, Supernatural, Paranormal, Fantasy** COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY **So, when I first read the blurb for this, I ...