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10 thoughts on “Deep Roots

  1. says:

    The title captures it perfectly; uiet deep thoughtful Well yes there are multiple dimensions and worlds and horrors from the night and a smattering of G men who are paranoid the Russkies might get their hands on powerful weapons befo

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this novel but let's be real here this isn't your average Cthulhu monster novel full of mystery and intrigue and reveals that turn your hair white in disbelief There aren't even 1d6 investigators to throw

  3. says:

    Aphra Marsh's uest of resettling Innsmouth to New York where her confluence runs into a snag two factions of Outer OnesI enjoyed Winter Tide uite a bit so I pre ordered this Oddly enough I was approved for an ARC on Netgalley AND a friend gave me the ebook as a birthday gift on the day it shipped The stars were right that dayAnyway Aphra Marsh's goal of repopulating Innsmouth brings her to New York She discovers a fam

  4. says:

    IDK maybe I had to read the first one but this book just did not blow my skirt up I found it extremely difficult to read and follow the storyline like I said maybe I should have read the first one first This one was a bail for me

  5. says:

    That was satisfying More laterReal Rating 375 of fiveThe Publisher Says Aphra Marsh descendant of the People of the Water has survived Deep One internment camps and made a grudging peace with the government that destroyed her home and exterminated her people on land Deep Roots continues Aphra’s journey to rebuild her lif

  6. says:

    The first book in this series Winter Tide introduced a Lovecraftian mythos Earth with a found family where the monsters are just other sorts of peopleAphra Marsh and her confluence are seeking other humans with connections to the Deep

  7. says:

    I really really loved the first book in this series Winter Tide so when I had the opportunity to read an ARC of Deep Roots I jumped at the chance I really enjoyed both books but was also a bit surprised by how different they wereIn

  8. says:

    Although I didn't like the story in this one uite as much as the first it was pretty close and this seuel to Winter Tide really is extremely good Emrys is a wonderfully accomplished writer and I love reading her bo

  9. says:

    What I find most interesting about this particular pattern of themes and the way they emerge in the novel is that the author presents a potential solution to a very real problem We all want the world to be a better place We want to vanuish oppression and fear and be really truly free But in order to do that we first need to be open and honest with the people around us about who we are and what we are while at the same time being acceptin

  10. says:

    Emrys continues to write beautifully about a diverse cast of characters and cosmic horrors that are much human than we'd expect from their appearance I loved and the exploration of what an I'm right with no room for discussion type group mentality can do and the problems they can generate Really Emrys explores the mental states of so many different kinds of people and how those can clash or meld so well I think she may

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free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Ruthanna Emrys

Mrys brings together a family of outsiders bridging the gaps between the many people marginalized by the homogenizing pressure of s AmericaAphra Marsh descendant of the People of the Water has survived Deep One internment camps and made a grudging peace with the government that destroyed her home and exterminated her people on land Deep Rootscontinues Aphra’s journey to rebuild her life and. IDK maybe I had to read the first one but this book just did not blow my skirt up I found it extremely difficult to read and follow the storyline like I said maybe I should have read the first one first This one was a bail for me

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Deep Roots

Wicked for the Cthulhu Mythos Seanan McGuire on the Innsmouth Legacy Ruthanna Emrys’ Innsmouth Legacy which began with Winter Tide and continues with Deep Roots confronts H P Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos head on boldly upturning his fear of the unknown with a heart warming story of found family acceptance and perseverance in the face of human cruelty and the cosmic apathy of the universe E. Aphra Marsh s uest of resettling Innsmouth to New York where her confluence runs into a snag two factions of Outer OnesI enjoyed Winter Tide uite a bit so I pre ordered this Oddly enough I was approved for an ARC on Netgalley AND a friend gave me the ebook as a birthday gift on the day it shipped The stars were right that dayAnyway Aphra Marsh s goal of repopulating Innsmouth brings her to New York She discovers a family with Innsmouth blood only to find the son has joined a cult led by a group of Outer Ones aka The Mi Go aka The Fungi from Yuggoth Arpha Marsh and her friends are caught in the middle of two rival factions with humanity s fate in the balanceAs with Winter Tide there s a lot to enjoy here R

free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Ruthanna Emrys

Family on land as she tracks down long lost relatives on land She must repopulate Innsmouth or risk seeing it torn down by greedy developers but as she searches she discovers that people have been going missing She will have to unravel the mystery or risk seeing her way of life slip awayAt the Publisher's reuest this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM applied.. What I find most interesting about this particular pattern of themes and the way they emerge in the novel is that the author presents a potential solution to a very real problem We all want the world to be a better place We want to vanuish oppression and fear and be really truly free But in order to do that we first need to be open and honest with the people around us about who we are and what we are while at the same time being accepting of those differences However to get to that point we need to work at it because that s just how the world works nothing of true value can be had for free We cannot simply wish a better world into being nor can we start from scratch We have to work with what we have