The Deep

  • Title: The Deep
  • Author: Gordon Korman
  • ISBN: 9780439507233
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Deep The DeepThe Deep is the second book in Gordon s third smash hit adventure series the Dive trilogy In book one we met four teens who were accepted on an internship with the prestigious Poseidon Ocean
    The DeepThe Deep is the second book in Gordon s third smash hit adventure series, the Dive trilogy In book one, we met four teens who were accepted on an internship with the prestigious Poseidon Oceanographic Institute, an internship program that consists mainly of utterly ignoring them.Concluding that they were selected not for their skills, but for their lack of them, oThe DeepThe Deep is the second book in Gordon s third smash hit adventure series, the Dive trilogy In book one, we met four teens who were accepted on an internship with the prestigious Poseidon Oceanographic Institute, an internship program that consists mainly of utterly ignoring them.Concluding that they were selected not for their skills, but for their lack of them, our dive team comes to the conclusion that their Poseidon superiors are up to no good Now the kids are determined to discover the lost pirate ship, sunk in this area, and find any possible treasures before the Poseidon team can.Unfortunately, there are many dangers in the waters, human and natural, and some of them may be than the inexperienced team can handle Copied from official website

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      Published :2019-09-20T05:42:27+00:00

    About Gordon Korman


    1. Korman wrote his first book, This Can t be Happening at Macdonald Hall , when he was 12 years old, for a coach who suddenly found himself teaching 7th grade English He later took that episode and created a book out of it, as well, in The Sixth Grade Nickname Game , wherein Mr Huge was based on that 7th grade teacher.Korman moved to New York City, where he studied film and film writing While in New York, he met his future wife live in Long Island with their three children.He has published than 50 books.


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    1. Mostly clean--the flashback/1700's chapters are rather dark. My real problem with this book is the bland writing. Despite the cliffhanger, I don't plan to continue the series.ContentViolence and darknessPeople die of disease or are executed on a pirate ship; a shark almost attacks someone; two near-drowning experiences; a human skull is found at a shipwreck; someone is whipped; someone gets a cut on their head; mentions of torture and murder; someone is crushed to death underwater; someone almos [...]

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    2. Alternate title for this book: Everything That Could Go Wrong During a Diving Expedition Goes Wrong and Here's How. Also alternatively: Chekov's Gun in the Form of Giant Man-Eating Sharks. The only other words I can use to open this review are how is this a children's book?!Despite the obligatory exposition chapter that recaps the first book that I'd finished reading ten minutes before picking up this one (the perks of a box set), this story immediately picked up from the get go. And with this, [...]

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    3. Dive: The Deep is the second installment of Korman's Dive Trilogy, and he masterfully complicates the character development and the plot. Like the installment before, The Deep is a quick read. Korman weaves realistic dialogue and witty humor throughout the narrative and supports it with the dynamic interactions between his characters and palpable tension that keeps one turning the pages. The nuanced development began in the first part of the trilogy comes to a head here as more and more of the m [...]

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    4. Oh my land. There's so much going on in this series.I don't have much to say about it, though, except for some reason I really like English's character. I know he's got a heart somewhere underneath all that rough exterior.Oh, and also a couple of spoilers. Be warned - they are MAJOR spoilers. They are also the reason that I gave it four stars.(view spoiler)[I don't understand why Captain Vanover had to die. It made me so sad! It does add to the story, but it's so depressing! He and English are m [...]

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    5. Omg! This series is soooo good. The Gordon Korman Adventure books are amazing!Literally this series show practically all the things that could go wrong while diving. Enough to pretty much make me develop a fear of diving. The amount of times they run out of oxygen and almost drown is crazy. They have to start learning about time management! I can not believe the book killed Captain Vanover, once he helped them I became emotionally attached to him and then HE DIED! As you can see I'm sad about th [...]

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    6. I liked this book more then the first book. this book was more exciting and suspenseful.In this book at the begging Star and Dante are in the ocean and they see a lion fish and Dante becomes narced and does something he shouldn't. Captain Vanover asked all the kids if they would like to be moved to an underwater station instead if the ship. They had to people keep an eye on them and Dr.Ocasek was their favorite one. They got a new person to keep an eye on them and they then get a new person and [...]

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    7. I used to be obsessed with Gordon Korman books when I was in sixth grade. My Language Arts teacher had a classroom library and all of his books were in there. That being said, I always had a weird relationship with the Dive series because at first I didn't realise it was in fact a series, and would read the second and probably third one before the first, making me very confused and not like the series at all. Once I did get a hand on the first book however and read the series straight through li [...]

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    8. I think this is a good book but could have added a better plot. This is my least favorite of the three Gordan Korman triologies but it is still pretty good. It is about four summer interns and they go to Posieden labratories to dive in exchange for marking caves. But they soon learn that is not really why they are there. A ship has sunken just miles from where they are staying and the supposed scientists are really treasure hunters. It is 148 pages long. I would give it an 8 out of 10 and I am r [...]

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    9. I thought that this book was as interesting as the first one.I liked all the curiousness that the characters showed and the progression of their discovery.There was quite a bit of action that intrigued me into reading more.I'm excited to see the outcome of the four main characters.I learned about things with diving and how complicated it actually is.I'm excited to read the third book and the mystery behind the ship's treasure.

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    10. I gave this book two stars because the beggining was very slow and boring. I also did not like the book because there was not a lot of action in the story. The book was not that descriptive ether sometimes. The only thing I like in the book Dive was the ending but your going to have to read the book to find out what is going to happen.

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    11. I gave this book three stars out of five stars because I though it was an okay book. It was good at some points in the story and in other parts I was lost. This book had some really good describing word I could have imagined I was there.

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    12. 1. I liked this book because it left you hanging on the very last page of the book.2. There were a lot of clif hangers and it left you wondering.3.It gave off good detail and what you would find underwater in the ocean.

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    13. Four divers are looking for a tresure underwater before an old boat captain tries to steal the treasure. One of the most exciting parts of the story is when Star comes in contact with a shark while not in a cage. Read Dive part two: The Deep to figure out what happens.

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    14. If you have any interest in exploring life among the seas, this would be a great book to read. It was okay for me, but I thing this is a good book for people who maybe want to be a marine biologist or work around the water one day.

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    15. It gets really scary at the end !!!!!!

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    16. This was a great book with lots of adventure!

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    17. As good as the first maybe better!!!!!!!

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    18. i loved this series too - along with the others! The whole diving idea was cool along with how the team's superiors were up to no good

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    19. The was another great book by Gordon Korman's book series Dive. Like most of his books, this book by Gordon Korman had a great, unexpected end. This is why I liked the book.

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    20. A great mini series with a great plot and characters. There were funny parts as well as serious parts, making the teens' underwater exploration an entertaining and great read.

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    21. Well just saying that the descripion on is acualy wrong it is actulaly 4 Kids, 1 trecher, 1 Increddibe chalinge.

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    22. Ths is so good. I can't stop!

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    23. Super court et très jeunesse, mais sympa. Je pense que cela doit plaire aux plus jeunes.

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    24. It was an swesome book keep writing!

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    25. ODDLES AND ODDLES OF FUN!

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    26. awesome book as well as the first. but liking diving can help the affect the story has on you.

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    27. Korman is Ben's favorite author (this week) and he really wanted me to finish the series with him. Just ok YA lit. Not a bad story though.

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    28. :)Just like book one dive has satesfied my taste for adventure!!! If you have read book one you should read book two casue like the first it is awsome:)!!!

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    29. love this whole series!

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