Fathomless

Fathomless

Book - 2012 | 1st ed.
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Celia, who shares mental powers with her triplet sisters, finds competition for a handsome boy with Lo, a sea monster who must persuade a mortal to love her and steal his soul to earn back her humanity.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780316207782
Branch Call Number: PEARC
Characteristics: 291 p.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Sep 30, 2020

I enjoyed reading this book and it was creatively written. Reading the different perspectives and hearing the story from different points of view was probably my favourite part of the writing. The plot of the story was interesting but maybe for a younger age group between 10 to 13 years old. I know I am not a professional writer but somethings that I wish could have been better was when the auther, Jackson was describing life underwater, I wish they would have made me feel like I was underwater to living with them, so I could understand what she was going through. The same goes with the triplets I would have loved to have more of a personality background on them. However, I did really enjoy the different perspectives. It was like rereading the book from another characters view, and seeing how they would react to all the events that occurred. This book was sort of relatable at the same time with the identity crisis between Nadia and Molly. I think there are a lot of people out there who are struggling with the same problem and this could be a good way to show those people that they are not alone and this book could be something that they turn to when they are having a crisis. There are a couple of messages I could take from this book. First, never forget who you truly are and never let other people change who you are. Second, always fight for the things that you believe in, even if people don’t have the same passion for it or don’t think of it the same way you do. Finally, family is always and forever, even if you fight with them they will always be there for you. I one hundred percent agree with all three of these messages, and overall thought this book was interesting. 3/5 stars
@O.S of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

TiffLau Aug 02, 2013

at the beginning, i find it a little sad when the boy died after hearing the melody from Celia after that it had a little romance

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JollerWang
Feb 07, 2013

I don't know if it's just my feeling, but I found the story really boring. I do like the setting of the story, though.

Dimmu16 Feb 06, 2013

The first few pages are i'll admit a little boring! It was a okay book. But I'll be honest. Not my favorite.

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TiffLau Aug 02, 2013

This story is about a mermaid who has three sisters that have special powers. Celia use to fell in love Jude, a human boy but after that he killed her with her own song. she cried for what she done and cant be replaced until she realized something that could done. She and Lo work together until they realized that Celia had to devour his soul.

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TiffLau Aug 02, 2013

"I cry out in pain as I run back into the water, every step like knives twisting into my skin, pain that doesn't stop until I dive deep."

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