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The Deepest Roots

Cottonwood Hollow, Kansas, is a strange place. For the past century, every girl has been born with a special talent, like the ability to Fix any object, Heal any wound, or Find what is missing.Best friends Rome, Lux, and Mercy all have similar talents, but to them, their abilities often feel like a curse. Rome may be able to Fix anything she touches, but that wont help her mom pay rent or make it any easier to confide in Lux and Mercy about whats going on at home. And Rome isnt the only one. Lux has been hiding bigger, more dangerous secrets.As Rome struggles to keep her friendships close, she discovers the truth about life in Cottonwood Hollowthat friends are stronger than curses, that trust is worth the risk, and sometimes, what youve been looking for has been under your feet the whole time....

Title : The Deepest Roots
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ISBN : 9780062747075
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 pages
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The Deepest Roots Reviews


    3.5 stars! While I wasn’t initially sure about this book (the initial half had a mix of all these elements that I wasn’t sure would come together), I ended up liking the way it portrayed the ups and downs of life and friendship, with a bonus set of unusual circumstances.

  • Paige Green

    Disclaimer: I received this book for free via KidLitExchange. Thanks! All opinions are my own.

    Rating: 5/5

    Genre: YA Fantasy

    Recommended Age: 15+ (abuse, sexual assault, slight gore, some violence, the belief that together women can do anything)

    Pages: 320

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    Synopsis: ontemporary with the slightest twist of magic, this stunning debut YA novel is a fresh and heartwarming story about the power of friendship.

    Cottonwood Hollow, Kansas, is a strange place. For the past century, ever

  • Patty (IheartYA)

    This was great. Written well. Unique story that moved at a good pace. If you like YA put this on your list.

  • Alexis Bestwick

    The Deepest Roots is a magical story about tight friendships. I can relate a lot to this book, not only because I have grown up in a town in Kansas much like Cottonwood Hollow, but also because I feel like my close friendships really helped shape me as a person when I was in high school. It's very easy for a reader to feel a kinship to any of the characters, and see themselves in one of them, or even all of them. Rome's snark reminds me of my own, and I appreciate her motivation to work hard. It ...more

  • Lex

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

    Okaaaay. So I took a long time finishing this ARC because it's a bit uneventful. Don't get me wrong, the premise is way good. The idea that there are talents is really appealing for me. Especially being a Fixer. It's really a cool idea.

    But the reason why this is not a five stars rating was that the dialogues. It's not that engaging. A bit bland, I suppose. Maybe because I was so used with MC that are way too sarcastic

  • Jenny (Bookbookowl)

    The girls of Cottonwood Hollow are all born with different abilities that go far beyond normal, and often mark them as 'freaks' to the higher class kids from the neighbouring town.  Rome (a Fixer who can mend anything that's broken, but is living a life of constant financial stress with her mother), Mercy (an Enough, who will always find she has exactly enough of anything she needs) and Lux (a Siren who can entice men to do anything she wants with just a smile), are best friends who all see thei ...more

  • Samantha (WLABB)

    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    In a town where every woman had a "talent", Rome was a Fixer. A cracked screen, a loose wire, a rusty hinge - she Fixed them with very little effort, but when her home life began to crumble and her friendships started to crack under the weight of secrets, she found herself in a situation beyond her Fixing.

    I'm supposed to be a Fixer, but it seems like everything I touch lately breaks to pieces.

    • Pro: The central theme of this story was friendship, and what a wonderful one it was. ...more

  • Rena

    #Deweysreadathon Book 1: Despite its convenient plot twists, I enjoyed The Deepest Roots, mostly because of the relationship between Rome, Lux and Mercy. 💜 3.5 stars