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Celia Reynolds is the youngest in a set of triplets and the one with the least valuable power Anne can see the future and Jane can see the present but all Celia can see is the past And the past seems so insignificant until Celia meets LoLo doesn't know who she is Or who she was Once a human she is now almost enti. Fathomless why you no have no cover yetUPDATEFathomless why you no match the purdy covers of Sisters Red and Sweetly No me gustaimage error Birthday power Anne can see the future and Jane can see the Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything present but all Celia can see is the Discordia past And the Stage Mum past seems so insignificant until Celia meets LoLo doesn't know who she is Or who she was Once a human she is now almost enti. Fathomless why you no have no cover yetUPDATEFathomless why you no match the A Faint Cold Fear (Grant County, purdy covers of Sisters Red and Sweetly No me gustaimage error

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Rely a creature of the sea a nymph an ocean girl a mermaid all terms too pretty for the soulless monster she knows she's becoming Lo clings to shreds of her former self fighting to remember her past even as she's tempted to embrace her dark immortalityWhen a handsome boy named Jude falls off a pier and into the o. Gah This is the book that I've been waiting for since forever The Little Mermaid retellingI'm sold Must Read ASAP Breaking into Information Security: Learning the Ropes 101 pretty for the soulless monster she knows she's becoming Lo clings to shreds of her former self fighting to remember her Men in Kilts past even as she's tempted to embrace her dark immortalityWhen a handsome boy named Jude falls off a The Killing Of Katie Steelstock pier and into the o. Gah This is the book that I've been waiting for since forever The Little Mermaid retellingI'm sold Must Read ASAP

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Cean Celia and Lo work together to rescue him from the waves The two form a friendship but soon they find themselves competing for Jude's affection Lo wants than that though According to the ocean girls there's only one way for Lo to earn back her humanity She must persuade a mortal to love her and steal his soul. Lo is no longer human Her identity gone with the waves she knows only what the angel and her sisters under the sea have told her Her new life has started in the ocean and will continue until the angel comes back to take her away A mermaid the ocean is now her homeCelia is a human triplet with a special gift She can see into peoples' pasts just by touching their skin Her and her sisters both gifted as well keep this a secret between themselves After all who would believe them anywayNaida no longer exists save for in the mind of Lo Naida is what she was once called before the ocean claimed her She fights the mermaid Lo forcing her to remember her human life no matter the cost or the pain that it puts them throughWhen a boy Jude falls off of the pier Celia and Lo are there to save him When Celia accidentally touches Lo she sees into her past learning her human name Naida and hears a blood curdling scream And then everything is black Lo wants to remember her humanity wants to claim it back But the only way to do this is to make a human boy love her then steal his soul Perhaps Jude is not as safe as he believes I am full of so much disappointment after reading this I had never read any of these retellings and was super excited when I got the chance to read about mermaids But overall this book just fell flat for me The chapters alternate between Lo her human personality Naida and Celia This makes for a well rounded story perspective It's an interesting twist to the mermaid lore taking away their humanity completely It was very odd reading about a mermaid who pretty much has multiple personality disorder Lo is everything oceanic and mermaid Naida is her human self Both are in the same body and one voice often interrupts the other It was interesting but didn't uite work for me I was disappointed by the lack of Well Mermaidness This is a darker version then say Disney's The Little Mermaid and I'm fine with that But the only real difference physically between them and humans is their skin color And on that note when Lo walks on shore blood oozes from her feet I understand this is to show the pain she's willing to go through to learn about herself But I couldn't help but to want her dead She's a mermaid On shore No thanks The triplets all have powers While necessary for the plot I couldn't help but to feel that it's a little much when combined with a story that already contains mermaids I felt a disconnect and dislike for all of the female characters Celia came across as antisocial and awkward and Lo has that whole personality conflict that made it hard to follow at times and it didn't really make me cheer for her to be human the way I think the author intended Over all this book felt clumsy and anticlimactic I didn't care what happened to either leading lady and I feel that's just a bit important in a good book If you're gung ho into mermaids and fairy tales maybe you'll enjoy this book But for me it's a passThank you to Jen Ryland and YA Romantics for my copy of this book Semblance and Event: Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent Arts persuade a mortal to love her and steal his soul. 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10 thoughts on “Fathomless

  1. says:

    dear jackson pearce consistency may well be the last refuge of the unimaginative but cover consistency?? we are booknerds we needs iti am not sure what fairy tale this is based on yes obviously the little mermaiddoofus and that works for half of the narrative but what about the other half? three sisters with the powers to see the past know the truth of the present and see the future? whose parents were a woodsman and a wealthy woman? this seems to have fairy tale trappings but i do not know it and don't talk to me about the fates because they don't create the future etc they can just see it and view spoilerwerewolves hide spoiler


  2. says:

    Fathomless why you no have no cover yet?UPDATEFathomless why you no match the purdy covers of Sisters Red and Sweetly? No me gustaimage error


  3. says:

    35 starsI fell in love with this book and it was literally hard to put down which is why I finished in one day Pearce added on to the world created in Sisters Red and Sweetly but I love the feel of the ocean in this one Based on The Little Mermaid which I have read this was a wonderful retelling; it was dark and mysterious and I was totally not expecting the ending Really the last several chapters were so enthralling and justwow Though it was a little weird at times such as how the ocean girls become angels and just what that means but then again this whole book universe is sort of messed up what with Fenris and all Lo was such a uniue creature; at times I wasn't very fond of her and then I found something interesting about her but by the end I liked her better than any other character Celia who can see the past was unfortunately a character I didn't connect with as well and she paled next to LoNaidi; she starts off as seeing herself as nothing than Anne and Jane's sister but by the end I think she is firmly Celia her own person I would have liked to see a little of her growth though and compared to Lo I didn't find her uite as interesting but that's because Lo is this dark tortured being torn between her new life and her old life as a human It's funny because originally I wanted to read of Celia's point of view than Lo's but I ended up liking Lo a lot Celia's sisters didn't really make an impact on me eitherSurprisingly the romance in this book wasn't touched on all that much; it's there only not the main focus of the book and part of me was a little disappointed but a greater part enjoyed this Jude seemed a little flat to me no where near as interesting as the previous guys in this series and I didn't really feel the love between him and Celia Was it supposed to be that way? For me the main focus of the story was the friendship between Celia and LoNaida and I really liked this aspect I'm not sure if it's just my opinion but I feel like the writing was a little weaker in this book than Pearce's previous works The style just didn't flow uite as well I feel likeOn to the cover change This one is iffy for me; yes I do like the blue color and the font used but the necklace doesn't play a part in the story I wish they would go back to the gothic looking covers especially now that Cold Spell has been confirmedI believe this is my second favorite so far after Sister's Red


  4. says:

    475ish This was one of my highly anticipated books of last year because hello? Fairy tale freak This is not news to anyone and it's sort of shameful that I am just now posting a written review Though yes I did have a mini vlogged one here But still I feel like I've talked about this book a lot but nothing's all official like until I write about it SoThis was my favorite Jackson Pearce book to date I've enjoyed everything I've read by her but there's always been something a teensy bit off for me especially in her endings As short as her books are they seem to lose steam a bit at the end which is disappointing on its own of course but so considering how much I enjoy them up to the steam loss But while Fathomless isn't perfect by any means its come the closest to being exactly what I wanted from it It has this really good dark streak that is perfectly suited to both the original tale and to the world Pearce has set up in her retellings series There's this uality of a car crash in remarkably slow motion a great sense of foreboding over the whole story that creates excellent tension and Pearce uses that to get at the unhappiness and emptiness at the core of The Little Mermaid and is it weird to say I was so very happy to see that? This aspect is one of the things I potentially love most about a fairy tale retelling especially one as dark as TLM1 but it's also often one of the most disappointing and neglected aspects Modern audiences are so out of touch with original fairy tales that retellings that make use of the actual endings and tones are considered novel and creative rather than traditional We've been Disneyfied and I'm on a tangent so I'm going to rein myself in and just wrap that up by saying I love it when a retelling is traditionally bleak2 Fortunately Pearce capitalizes on it to which I say THANK GOD This is what I wanted from a TLM retelling It's a little off It's a little disturbing PerfectA big part of what makes this work is the characters The sisters and the romance are means to an end but the 3 main characters one of them being a 2 in 1 deal are what make this story what it is How they interact withreact to each other and their colliding worlds and how they use each other to make sense of their lives and in a desperate attempt to break away from the things holding them back is what gives this story that car crash feeling It's impossible for them to all get what they want to all have their HEA3 but you're made to care for each of them damaged as they are And so you know pain is coming and it's simply a matter of degrees It leaves you a little conflicted4 because you both see flaws and feel sympathy for each of them which makes things excellently ambiguous Add to this an overall dark tone and sort of desperate lonely magical atmosphere with not all of the loose ends tied up and you've got a book nicely calculated to make for Happy Mistys5This complements the rest of the series very well but can also be read completely as a standalone which is excellent  for readers wanting who've been wanting to pick these up or even just Fathomless specifically but weren't sure about making a series committment Though all of the stories are linked and they will expand the readers understanding of the rest they work perfectly as potential companion novels to be read on their own You don't have to feel tied down by them or obligated to read them to know what's going on or to have closure which is something I really like from a series of this type So if you've liked Pearce in the past or have been wanting to give her a try I think you can't really go wrong with Fathomless1 Originally of course I love me some Alyssa Milano Ariel as much as the next 80s kid but in case you didn't know Disney changed the story a whole lot Like it's actually a real bummer2 Ok nothing's going to keep me from sounding weird so whatever I like the sad tortured feels†


  5. says:

    Gah This is the book that I've been waiting for since forever The Little Mermaid retelling?I'm sold Must Read ASAP


  6. says:

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Talesuick Dirty There were no fins under sea palaces nor anything glamorous about life under the sea Instead Pearce fills the pages with descriptions of the dark abyss Opening Sentence There are lights at the surface The Review In the Fairytale Retellings series by Jackson Pearce Fathomless is a loose take on The Little Mermaid Pearce’s take on mermaids wasn’t your typical run of the mill There were no fins under sea palaces nor anything glamorous about life under the sea Instead Pearce fills the pages with descriptions of the dark abyss Fathomless follows the life of two special girls Celia Reynolds is the youngest of very talented triplets She can see the past while her sisters see the present and the future Celia has never felt important or special enough especially when compared to her sisters All until one day on the pier when a young musician falls into the pier does she feel worth Coincidentally it’s also when Celia meets Lo Lo was once a human being but now lives underneath the water You can call her a creature of the sea for she can’t really be called a mermaid or a nymph or anything like that Lo doesn’t remember her time as a human and looks towards Celia for help Together Celia and Lo form a uick friendship finding a kinship with each other and being able to share things that no one else can Sadly they also share the affection of that young musician By doing so one wants to gain individuality and the other wants him to love her and steal his soul Celia’s gift has failed her many times in the end causing a rift from her two other sisters Longing to belong to something and looking for the love and companionship that she lacks from her sisters Celia is someone to sympathize with Celia felt like the anchor of this book and while everything changed Celia stayed the same Lo is an underwater creature uickly losing her identity and any human memory that she may have had She follows her sisters simply existing underneath the surface Lo is filled with sorrow and melancholy giving up any piece of individuality It’s only when she meets Celia that she slowly wakes up So of course I can’t talk about Lo without talking about Nadia Nadia is the alter ego or Celia’s human self Nadia is what Lo holds on to with ferocity trying so hard to remember the name the memories everything For a while I didn’t like the duality of the voices It wasn’t that it was confusing but it was a lot to take in Sisterhood is a huge theme in Fathomless Both Lo and Celia discover what is missing within each other’s lives and within their own Both are uniue and both need to face their futures But I felt that there were a lot of scenarios that were predictable and when there was a twist thrown my way I felt like I knew it was going to happen all along It’s hard to gush about the world that Pearce created with Fathomless There wasn’t anything spectacular about this one at least when I compare it to Sisters Red and Sweetly There wasn’t anything that tied this book to the others like the first two did I felt disconnected to Pearce’s writing much than I did with the others There was a point where the novelty wore off at least for me I became too focused on keeping the details straight that I lost sight of what was going on in the story I felt confused at times and I couldn’t keep my focus Notable Scene But when the night ended and most of her sisters covered themselves with sand and went to sleep Lo stared at the sun from deep beneath the waves at the tiny threads of blue light that made their way through the water down to where she was Her soul was gone for good The boy was dead the girl left alone on the shore And for nothing nothing at all other than a fairy tale and a few scattered memories of life on land Let it go Let it all go And she allowed herself to forgetFTC Advisory Little Brown provided me with a copy of Fathomless No goody bags sponsorships “material connections” or bribes were exchanged for my review


  7. says:

    So Fathomless is like a dark twist on The Little Mermaid I was really confused at the beginning I mean I had a hard time not mixing Celia and Lo up Lo was the mermaid and she really wanted to remember her life as a human but she didn’t remember she just couldn’t remember Celia was a human who was one of a set of triplets who all had some special powers One could see the future one could see the present and Celia could see the past she really thought she had a pointless gift because you can find out the past by asking someone It wasn’t as cool as her sisters gifts I had a hard time with Lo the way her POV was confused me it was so jumpy and reminded me of a super excited toddler who can’t seem to get their words out correctly So then we have Jude Love interest for not only Celia but Lo as well I really liked Jude with Lo but that may be because I felt bad for her Celia was whiny to me and that got really annoying Lo as hard and confusing as she was to read I felt bad for her One thing I don’t understand is the romance in this book It didn’t really seem to me as a romance a mystery suspense type book I feel like a book with mermaids should be light and fun but this one was the complete opposite It was dark and very twisted Overall it was ok I think if I could’ve not been so confused by Lo I would’ve enjoyed it


  8. says:

    Fathomless is the third book in the Fairytale Retellings Series and it's like a mixture of two fairytales for me hercules and the little mermaid WHY? Oh well Celia is the youngest of triplets and can see the pastwhile Lo was once a human but is now a mermaid I guess it could just be about hercules maybe idk I'M WEIRDThen comes in Jude heyyy judeeee who is a possible love interest for both Celia and Lo I did however ship Jude with one girl and I hate that I didbut then again I really do hate love triangles Okay so I totally shipped Jude with Lo I just think there wasn't that great of a connection between him and Celia Mostly because Celia kind of frustrated me to no end However I also wouldn't see this as a romantic book at all because the romance did nothing for me I guess I don't really care who I shipped Jude with because it was just meh to meBesides the romance the mystery and twists were amazing However I think the first two books were way better than this one I can't wait to see how this series is going to end with the next and final book


  9. says:

    Lo is no longer human Her identity gone with the waves she knows only what the angel and her sisters under the sea have told her Her new life has started in the ocean and will continue until the angel comes back to take her away A mermaid the ocean is now her homeCelia is a human triplet with a special gift She can see into peoples' pasts just by touching their skin Her and her sisters both gifted as well keep this a secret between themselves After all who would believe them anyway?Naida no longer exists save for in the mind of Lo Naida is what she was once called before the ocean claimed her She fights the mermaid Lo forcing her to remember her human life no matter the cost or the pain that it puts them throughWhen a boy Jude falls off of the pier Celia and Lo are there to save him When Celia accidentally touches Lo she sees into her past learning her human name Naida and hears a blood curdling scream And then everything is black Lo wants to remember her humanity wants to claim it back But the only way to do this is to make a human boy love her then steal his soul Perhaps Jude is not as safe as he believes I am full of so much disappointment after reading this I had never read any of these retellings and was super excited when I got the chance to read about mermaids But overall this book just fell flat for me The chapters alternate between Lo her human personality Naida and Celia This makes for a well rounded story perspective It's an interesting twist to the mermaid lore taking away their humanity completely It was very odd reading about a mermaid who pretty much has multiple personality disorder Lo is everything oceanic and mermaid Naida is her human self Both are in the same body and one voice often interrupts the other It was interesting but didn't uite work for me I was disappointed by the lack of Well Mermaidness This is a darker version then say Disney's The Little Mermaid and I'm fine with that But the only real difference physically between them and humans is their skin color And on that note when Lo walks on shore blood oozes from her feet I understand this is to show the pain she's willing to go through to learn about herself But I couldn't help but to want her dead She's a mermaid On shore No thanks The triplets all have powers While necessary for the plot I couldn't help but to feel that it's a little much when combined with a story that already contains mermaids I felt a disconnect and dislike for all of the female characters Celia came across as antisocial and awkward and Lo has that whole personality conflict that made it hard to follow at times and it didn't really make me cheer for her to be human the way I think the author intended Over all this book felt clumsy and anticlimactic I didn't care what happened to either leading lady and I feel that's just a bit important in a good book If you're gung ho into mermaids and fairy tales maybe you'll enjoy this book But for me it's a passThank you to Jen Ryland and YA Romantics for my copy of this book


  10. says:

    Read of my reviews at Dazzling ReadsI have not read Hans Christian Andersn's The Little Mermaid I only watched the Disney version of it which I do know have a very different ending to the original tale However with only the Disney retelling in my head Fathomless feels like a whole new tale on its own And a very wonderful oneTold from two characters' perspective yet three different points of view one character has two identities Fathomless narrates a mesmerizing story of identity remembrance friendship and loveCelia and her Sister who are triplets have supernatural powers One can see the future the other one the present and Celia can see the past Lo is an ocean girl who was once human and lived on land However someone turned her into an ocean girl and now she can't even remember what her name used to be until she meet Celia Celia and Lo meet for the first time the night they both rescue Jude the charming love interest from drowning But Celia and Lo continue to meet and a friendship starts to grows while Celia tries to helps Lo remember who she once wasWith a bewitching prologue Fathomless captured my attention right away I enjoyed it the different point's of view and I specially appreciate the different chapters that were given to Lo and Naida the girl Lo used to be I feel I get to love this complex characters whose two identities fought to overpower each other to whether accept a life as an ocean girl or remember the past and sacrifice a human' s life to get her soul back In addition Celia was a delightful lead character There is so much credibility to the way she behaves as well as her actions and thoughts She is no doubt a character that readers will deeply sympathize withThe background story in how the ocean girls are created and where they are supposed to go when they grow old is something that fascinated me and I'd love to see of these concept Unfortunately is was covered very little but enough to have a good understanding of the background storyFathomless is a very enjoyable story even though most of it goes pretty smooth and didn't blew my mind However the last fifty pages of the book is what really did it for me The last fifty pages were such a wild rollercoaster that I felt like drowning and gasping for air countless of times By the end of this novel I was definitely breathlessWith a highly satisfying and soul feeding ending Fathomless is a beautiful tale that you'll appreciate reading