The Gold-Son

Carrie Anne Noble

The Gold-Son

All sixteen-year-old Tommin wants is to make beautiful shoes and take care of his granny, but his insatiable need to steal threatens to destroy everything. Driven by a curse that demands more and more gold, he's sure to get caught eventually.

When mysterious Lorcan Reilly arrives in town with his "niece," Eve, Tommin believes the fellow wants to help him. Instead, Lorcan whisks him off to the underground realm of the Leprechauns, where, alongside Eve, he's forced to prepare to become one of them. While Lorcan plots to use his "gold-children" as stepping-stones to the throne of the Leprechaun king, Tommin and Eve plan their escape. But Tommin's humanity is slipping away, and unless they find a cure for the curse, he'll be doomed to spend eternity as a thieving trickster.

  • Elements:
    • animals (supernatural or fantastic)
    • legendary creature(s)
    • magical object(s)
    • magic in any form
  • Themes:
    • coming of age
    • facing obstacles
    • facing inner demons
    • friendship
    • journey
  • Violence or battles: fairly important for the plot
  • Romance:
    • One or more romantic arcs, fairly important to the plot.
    • Male-female.
  • Intimacy: Just kisses.
  • Cursing: No cursing
  • Humor: The book has some lighthearted moments
  • Characters:
    • Main protagonist(s) is(are) male
    • Balanced gender important characters
    • Main Characters' ethnicity or ancestry is fantastic race(s) and Caucasian
  • Author: Carrie Anne Noble
    • Wiiliamsport, Pennsylvania, USA
    • carrienoble.com
    • Carrie Anne Noble is a former staff writer for a Pennsylvania newspaper and a graduate of the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild apprenticeship program. A member of Kingdom Writers, she also eagerly participates in National Novel Writing Month each November and meets bimonthly with other NaNoWriMo writers in her area. Besides making stuff up, she enjoys reading, sewing, cheering on fellow writers, spending time with her family, and attempting to garden.

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