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In Too Deep Book Review

In Too Deep Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 12, 2010
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

In the sixth installment of the 39 Clues, Dan and Amy head to the Land Down Under! Check out In Too Deep by Jude Watson.

In Too Deep Rating: 5


Author: Jude Watson

The race for the 39 Clues continues in Australia, home to some of the world’s most deadly creatures. Naturally, Amy and Dan’s ruthless relatives use these creatures to their advantage. Fortunately, the kids have help in the form of an Aussie surfer dude named Shep. Shep is a former family friend who lost touch after moving Down Under. As an Australian tour guide, Shep offers to shuttle them around in his private plane.


New Enemies

Natalie and Ian Kabra’s stunningly attractive mother, Isabel, has joined the race. And she’s even more heartless than her kids. Amy finds herself in a couple of deadly situations where escape seems impossible.


Trust No One

Old enemies become trusted friends in this book as readers witness the softer side of one previously malicious competitor. When the race began, Amy and Dan were warned to trust no one. But their barriers are breaking down. How can they not trust someone who risks their own life to save theirs? Meanwhile, Amy and Dan begin to question the loyalties of their au pair, Nellie.


The Ultimate Dilemma

When Amy learns the secret of their parents death, she decides not to tell Dan. But what is more important: protecting her brother or telling him the truth?


The Bottom Line

In Too Deep by Jude Watson is the sixth book in the 39 Clues series. It was definitely one of the best books of the lot. You’ll love how tables turn when new enemies arise and old enemies become friends. In Too Deep has a deeper and more emotional feel than the other books, and it’ll leave you feeling more complete.


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