A young woman blames her religious upbringing for a friend's suicide and sets out to discover who she is beyond the strict rules of doctrine. Reinventing herself in a new town, she struggles with breaking the taboos of her mother's faith and navigating the lines between friend and lover, child and adult. As she learns new details about events back home, she is forced to reevaluate the childhood she thought she knew.
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About the Author
Kathryn Roberts is a graduate of Goddard College, freelance writer, and painter. She lives in Vermont with her partner and two cats. Her work has appeared widely online and in print, including Dig Boston, Metazen, Pithead Chapel, and Timber. Companion Plants is her first novel.