Taproot: A Story About a Gardener and a Ghost

by Keezy Young. St. Louis, MO: Lion Forge, 2017

This story is about Hamal who can see ghosts. He's the only human they'd encountered who could see and interact with them. His ability to listen eventually helps them to let go. One day they start disappearing for moments at a time to a frightening woods. The problem is that Hamal is causing an imbalance between the lives of the living and the non-living and if he can't restore the balance, it may cost him his life.

Note: Two of the characters are gay and there is some kissing.

Grades 8+

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