Taproot by Keezy Young
“I got you a book about gardening.” This is what my partner said when he brought this graphic novel home for me. It also is a queer novel. His assumption was very correct that I’d love it.
The main character Hamal can see and talk to ghosts. This is completely normal for him. He doesn’t think much of it, except that he likes his ghost friends and he doesn’t want his boss at the gardening center to think he’s too weird to employ. Weird because he’s always seemingly talking to no one.
However, when the Reaper comes after Hamal, we think the worst for Hamal and his ghost friends. Continue reading “Taproot Graphic Novel Review”