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Fathom

(Fins Trilogy #2)

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3.89  ·  Rating details ·  222 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Since being blessed with becoming the ruler over all the merpeople, Morgan James has moved to New York with her fianc, Thayde, to begin her studies at the university. But her plans to resume a normal life are put on hold when overpowering thoughts start to take control of her and a terrible disease called The Shadow slowly begins to jeopardize Thayde's life. Faced with ove ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Chalet Publishers, LLC (first published January 1st 2011)
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John
Jul 31, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: mermaid fans, fantasy readers
This reader looked forward to taking a break and plunging into author Ashley Knight's Fathom , or Book II of the Fins Trilogy, as it's also known. I bought this as an Amazon Kindle edition, as I wanted to keep it with my copy of Ms. Knight's debut novel Fins , the first book of this trilogy.

Admittedly, this genre is not my regular choice for leisure reading, but there had been something compelling about the story of Morgan and Thayde, which had begun on Central Florida's Treasure Coast in the
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Garrett
May 13, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Fathom puts a darker, edgier twist on Ashley Knight’s mermaid “tails” that began with the magical Fins. As the story unfolds, Morgan and her merman fiancé Thayde are living in New York City about to start college. But there’s trouble brewing. Morgan’s powers appear to be taking a dark turn, and Thayde is succumbing to an illness that only one person will be able to reverse. That person just happens to be Limus, Morgan and Thayde’s sworn enemy.

Unlike Fins, the characters have definitely grown up
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Randi (The Artist Formerly known as Guitar Chick)
A darker twist to a series. Ashley successfully twists Fathom into a more serious game.
There is still that kind of cheesy romance, but it is also still the good kind of cheesy. Still pretty clean, still very innocent.
The mer-powers keep getting cooler, the lake monster was awesome (can we keep it?!), and I enjoyed the religion used with the book (I myself am a Christian so I had no problem with it).
The next installment, Forever, is on the to-read list for sure.
Masquerade Crew
Jul 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In Fathom, Ashley Knight’s sequel to her debut novel Fins, Morgan and Thayde are attempting to lead as normal of a life as possible. However, dark forces are determined to destroy Morgan before she has begun her predestined role as “The Link” for her kind.

As the novel unfolds, the reader discovers the journey Morgan must take. She is forced by powers beyond her control to push to her physical, psychological, and spiritual strength to their limits, and sometimes beyond. In doing this, Fathom addr
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Dana
While it's been a while since I'd read Fins, I didn't find myself feeling too lost with book two. Like with book one, I really enjoyed this, only wished it were longer! I was happy to see quite a bit of Naira, and loved her interactions with Morgan. Morgan and Thayde progressed nicely as a couple, and though I was surprised at what happened before he left, I was happy that in the end, they did it again with everyone around. It was interesting to see what happened between Morgan and Thayde with t ...more
Lindsey Fleck
Apr 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Olivia (11) just adored this whole series, they are her favorite books of all time thus far... she is a big reader, so that speaks volumes to me.
Myah Meunier
Apr 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I LOVE this series, and I definitely recommend this book series to everyone!!! Just note that it is for more of a mature audience. :)
Misty Rayburn
Sep 24, 2011 rated it it was amazing
For those of you waiting anxiously, the wait is over. Once again we get to revisit the world of Morgan and Thayde. In Fathom, Morgan attempts to continue to live a normal life by moving to New York with Thayde to begin college. As overpowering dark thoughts begin to take control of her and a horrible disease called The Shadow threatens the love of her life, all thoughts of normality are brought to a screeching halt. Will Morgan master her powers and overcome these overwhelming odds or will she f ...more
Stacy Sabala
Sep 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Book Review- Fathom by Ashley L. Knight

Morgan is having horrible nightmares since the Blessing. She keeps seeing Thayde dying. She doesn’t want to let him out of her sight. Yet she is feeling strange. Her anger is taking over. She is overwhelmed with being the Link. She feels like two people are inhabiting her body. After almost losing Thayde her body shuts down. She is being sent someone that will help her learn her powers.
Tammer and Thayde have a mission of their own. They have to find Limus.
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Brizzielady
Jul 03, 2011 rated it liked it
Well, the first half of the book was a solid 4 to me... and the 2nd half was a solid 2.. so I averaged it out to be a 3... but I would probably give it a 2.5, if I could.

What started off well, sort of became all discombobulated and uneven.

If I'm to be completely honest, I was also slightly disturbed by a very weird, out of context, heavily religious slant that covered about 2.5 to 3 pages toward the end. It's not that I'm anti-religion.. it simply just didn't fit in. Don't get me wrong, this isn
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Estefany
Jun 20, 2014 rated it it was ok
it was ok
Seagirls
Apr 13, 2013 rated it it was ok
Meh. It was ok. Not as good as the first. A bit too... lovey-dovy for me. She also stole a famous line from The Hunger Games. ("Stay with me?" "Always.")

Mandi
Jan 02, 2013 rated it liked it
not as good as the first. but still good
Carrie Donohue
Jan 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ya, books-to-buy
Fintastic! lol
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Two events of significance occurred during of the birth of Ashley Lorenzi Knight in 1977. One was the VC10 jet flight time record from London to Bahrain was smashed by her father in his determination to be by her side and the appearance of brilliant meteor showers over the desert island that was witnessed by her godmother.

Moving away from the gathering war storms of the Middle East conflict, her
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