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REVIEW The Deep 107 à [PDF / Epub] ★ The Deep ✪ Rivers Solomon – Gym-apparel.co.uk The water breathing descendants of African slave women tossed overboard have built their own underwater society—and must reclaim the memories of their past to shape their future in this brilliantly The water breathing descendants of African slave women tossed overboarIscovers a world her people left behind long agoYetu will learn than she ever expected to about her own past and about the future of her people If they are all to survive they’ll need to reclaim the memories reclaim their identity and own who they really areInspired by a song produced by the rap group Clipping for the This American Life episode “We Are In The Future” The Deep is vividly original and uniuely affectin. I have mixed feeling about The Deep by Rivers SolomonFirst I LOVED the premise of a merpeople originating from pregnant african slaves being thrown overboard it's what really drew me into reading to bookThe story however not much happens and the pacing is very slow Now this is not necessarily a problem to me but coupled with a very vague worldbuilding and a very blank slated main character whose perspective the story is told from I ended up spending 6 days reading this 176 page novelI liked the historical part of the story reading about the merpeople's origin how they found a language and how their culture and society came to be And I was very pleasently surprised to discover that this is a very LGBT friendly book lesbian humanmermaid ship hell yeah The writing was also really greatIf you want a different take on mermaids then you should definitely give The Deep a chance

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Ard by slave owners who live idyllic lives in the deep Their past too traumatic to be remembered regularly is forgotten by everyone save one the historian This demanding role has been bestowed on YetuYetu remembers for everyone and the memories painful and wonderful traumatic and terrible and miraculous are destroying her And so she flees to the surface escaping the memories the expectations and the responsibilities and d. 35 stars rounded upWhat the heck did I just readThis novella is so uniue There's an overriding feeling that comes from reading this that I cannot even describeWhen I first finished this book I was blown away but also didn't really understand what I had read Newsflash I still don'tAs far as content I didn't really retain much; just the feeling It's too bad I didn't retain because it is such a different reading experience and I believe from what I understand the creation of this novella was uite uniue as wellWhilst reading I was overwhelmed with feelings that I was being told some wise and ancient loreUnfortunately I think the true meaning of it sailed well over my head With this being said the audiobook is still a beautiful experienceI do appreciate the creation of this story and I would even read it again someday it's just a hard one to grasp Absolutely moving though even if you don't fully understand why it is slowly ripping your heart out of your chestIn short I would need to read this again before I can provide thoughts Something I would most definitely be willing to do Thank you so much to the publisher Saga Press for sending me a copy to read and review I truly appreciate the opportunity

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The DeepThe water breathing descendants of African slave women tossed overboard have built their own underwater society and must reclaim the memories of their past to shape their future in this brilliantly imaginative novella inspired by the Hugo Award nominated song “The Deep” from Daveed Diggs’ rap group ClippingYetu holds the memories for her people water dwelling descendants of pregnant African slave women thrown overbo. this book was so small but had so much to take in i gotta think about it for a second for a final rating but i will tell u that feelings are positive y’all need to give this a try