In Too Deep

In Too Deep

by Coert Voorhees

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ISBN-13: 9781423181095
Publisher: Disney Press
Publication date: 07/09/2013
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 569 KB
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Coert Voorhees ( was born and raised in New Mexico. A former Fulbright Scholar, Coert has lived all over the world and now resides with his family in Houston, Texas, where he received an MFA in Fiction from the University of Houston. He is the author of the critically acclaimed The Brothers Torres and Lucky Fools. He is also the creator and current mayor of the animated education series and website Grammaropolis.

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In Too Deep 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
5 STARS In Too Deep was fun,action,treasure hunting and dangerous. Just enjoyed it. Makes me want to go diving. It is a clean read on top of it. Annie is a strong teenager character. She helps her mom in the dive shop. She is giving Josh a private lesson he does not take it serious and almosts drowns. Annie quick thinking caught them both up out of the pool and started CPR. Annie goes to a private school because her dad is a teacher their. Josh is famous because his mom his a famous actress. He is goodlooking and is on a lot of magazine covers. One of the teachers is fixing up a spring break trip to Mexico. They will help clean up after disaster and part treasure hunt. No one except Annie wants to go. Some kids get caught cheating and have to go as punishment. The field trip is not what it is supposed to be. Annie is asked to do a night dive in a really risky area and then things get more dangerous. Annie does not know who to trust and what to do next. Lots of underwater dives,treasure hunt all over. Annie's friends come to help her. I hope they do go on more treasure hunts. I was given this ebook to read and asked to give honest review of it by Netgalley. July 2013 by Disney Hyperion 336 pages ISBN:1423140354
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I've read this book multiple times and I never get tired of it. Definetely recommened this book.
arbjamesAJ More than 1 year ago
Fifteen-year-old Annie Fleet knows a thing or two about diving and treasure hunting, but she never in a million years thought she'd get the chance to discover a treasure of her own.  A trip planned by teacher Mr. Alvarez gives Annie a chance to make a fantastic discover, although it nearly becomes her last.  Trying to stay one step ahead of the bad guys also looking for the elusive Golden Jaguar, can Annie and her friends discover what no one else has been able to find for hundreds of years? This book was nicely-paced.  I thought it was interesting that Annie attends a high school for the rich and famous, although her only claim to fame is being one of the faculty's daughter.  She holds her own among the beautiful people, gaining self-confidence and the boy of her dreams along the way.  For me, Annie was highly likable, a great role model character for teen girls trying to find their way and deal with peer pressure.  
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
In Too Deep by Coert Voorhees In Too Deep is an exciting action pack novel that is hard to put down.   High school freshman and master scuba diver, Annie Fleet, heads off to Mexico to perform charity work for hurricane relief.  While on her trip her teacher talks her into going on a treasure hunt to discover the Golden Jaguar. After being betrayed and almost killed Annie does not know who she can confide in on her search to discover the treasure. Being a scuba diver I really enjoyed this novel.  It was well written technically, yet fun and entertaining.  I highly recommend this book! ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
debussygirl More than 1 year ago
This book, overall, is just plain cute. Even when they’re hunting treasure like Indiana Jones and bad guys are there threatening them, the writing and characters and tone is simply sweet. Annie, with her love of diving and history, is adorkable, and as a fellow nerd, pretty relatable as well. She has an innocent, cute little relationship with an older boy, Josh, who is the child of a famous actress. I thought that once they got back from the Mexico trip and actually started talking to each other and working together on the Jaguar, it was sweet to read the two of them bantering and solving the puzzle. The plot was less of something that the reader could solve along with Annie and Josh and more of a ride you took along with them, and tended to be winding as it moved you from here to there in a matter of pages. While it overall seemed very sweet and innocent, it therefore threw me off when it got a little older. The scene where a group went to a Mexican club and got drunk, the mid-cusses that were cut off by a joking “Language!” scold from another character, mentions of boners and foreplay, all seemed out of place with the tone of what happened in the rest of the book.  This is a fun, light read to take to the beach and relax with.