The White Cat

The White Cat Erard is a lost and wandering prince bent on regaining his kingdom Cat is a fairy guardian of the enchanted forest waiting for his prince to come They both must discover that destiny isn t all it s

  • Title: The White Cat
  • Author: Jennifer Thorne
  • ISBN: 9781920501877
  • Page: 485
  • Format: ebook
  • Erard is a lost and wandering prince, bent on regaining his kingdom Cat is a fairy guardian of the enchanted forest, waiting for his prince to come They both must discover that destiny isn t all it s cracked up to be, and love can be found in the most peculiar places.

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    1. nice enough, but lacking a measure of polish.a lot of wasted opportunities for emo gut-punches, and not enough of a sense of place to paint effective picturese to think of it, nothing the central characters did made much sense, to mee more i reflect on it, the less i like it.

    2. Erard, the protagonist of this short story, is the designated heir to the throne of his kingdom. He was born together with his twins Dragonet and Artaud, who have consorted for a while to prevent Erard to inherit the kingdom. His father, the King, is displeased with his three sons and he decides to make them prove their valor by sending them to several quests. During one of these quests he ends up in an enchanted forest, looking for help. He knocks at a house and is welcomed by a magnificent hum [...]

    3. This is a fairy tale (no pun intended) and as such, I should not probably try to find it any other meaning if not that of the happily ever after of a fairy tale, but there were at least two points that gave me the impression there was something more.Erard is a wandering prince, one of three princes their father sent to the world in quite “meaningless” quests, like in this case, he has to find a special dog, a dog that will earn him his father’s favour. After a wreckage, Erard is ashore, mo [...]

    4. This follows pretty much the same plot as the fairy tale its based on, but since thats a more obscure fairy tale probably not everyone will know it. Even so, it's pretty easy to figure out where the story is going, but somehow that didn't make me enjoy it any less. The writing is very fairy-tale appropriate in tone, and it has the prince and quests. The characters are much more fleshed out than in a typical fairy tale though, and I really liked them and couldn't wait for the end to come, even th [...]

    5. 3.5 starsWow! A M/M romance fairy-tale! While on a quest for his father, injury and bad luck causes Érard to arrive in a strange forest. Collapsing at the door of a glowing house within that forest, he awakens to find himself being tended to by a cat; a cat who walks like a human. From there, the story unfolds more quests, magic, and danger. Yes, exactly like a fairy-tale

    6. 3.5 starsOne enchanted forest, one magic cat, three brothers of royalty fighting for their chance to become heir to the throne, and one unexpected surprise. Érard is one of three triplets. He is the oldest by two minutes. Dragonet is the middle child and then Artaud, being the youngest of the three. It’s always the middle child, yeah? They are sent on a quest by the King to see who will be heir to the throne. Érard sets out on on a ship for his first quest. The captain of the ship reports to [...]

    7. This review was originally written for MM Good Book Reviews.I have read plenty of GLBT “fairy tales, and have yet to find one that really floats my boat…until now. I loved fairy tales as a child and read them well into high-school and beyond. Not the Disney variety, but the dark tales of the Brothers Grimm and the magical stories of Andrew Grey. This is a tale that could fit nicely into a canon of classical tales.Érard is the eldest of royal triplets. The young men have been sent on a quest [...]

    8. This is definitely a fairy tale, slow in unfolding and taking a leisurely pace through the stages of development as both Erard and the mysterious 'Cat' learn about each other and their fates. There were a few interesting twists and some unexpected develoments, and overall it was nice to see both of them slowly fall for each other.If you like fairy tales and appreciate a few twists, you may ike this short book.

    9. So short, and so complete! A prince trying to win and be a king find a magic (fairy) creature, in a cat form.What is more important? Be the most powerful man in the realm, or live in a simple house, surround by magic and love?Read it to know If the prince as you what you would want? Fortune and fame, or love? Both can give you hapiness? Maybe Power and money can, but be happy having all the money of the world will never give you comfort and love But it's tempting And the prince may decide a cat [...]

    10. It's pretty good, but it sticks rather closely to the original and that actually kind of ends up hurting it. It's a nice read, but not earth-shattering or rave-worthy, actually.*shrug.Not bad?Meh.

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