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A hint from their parents’ past puts Amy and Dan on the trail of secrets their grandmother Grace would NEVER have wanted them to know. Awful memories begin to crowd in on Amy, just as her enemies circle closer. How far would she go to protect Dan? How much of a Cahill is she prepared to be? Perhaps Grace was right – some secrets are better left buried....

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Number of Pages : 206 Pages
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In Too Deep Reviews

  • Exina
    2018-12-11 07:18

    The plot thickens, and the adventures are more and more dangerous. Some intriguing new characters appear. Too many coincidences in this book.I have an assumption about the Madrigals and I really want to know if I’m right or not."There is Rakata."They could see it now, the island with the volcanic peak of Anak Krakatau, the child of Krakatau. Dan felt a chill along his spine. It must have looked similar to this when Robert Cahill Henderson first arrived. It was flat on top, and the white smoke was mixed with gray. Dan heard a rumble of thunder but hardly registered it. He was too much in awe of the sight in front of him. Somehow you could feel the power of it, of how much boiling energy was contained inside. Even though he'd pretended not to listen, his brain couldn't help but record the facts Amy had read to him back on Shep's plane: 36,000 people died, mostly in the tsunamis that followed the final explosion on August 27; two-thirds of the island was blown away; the final, massive explosion was heard more than 2,000 miles off; shock waves circled the earth seven times; the ash cloud was propelled upward for fifty miles and circled the globe for thirteen days, eventually creating amazing sunsets throughout the following year. All the numbers added up to one bad volcano.

  • Stella☢FAYZ☢ Chen
    2018-12-01 01:16

    This is one of the better book out of the series.I mean come on! It takes place in Australia~ How can some one NOT enjoy this book? :)

  • Lady Flo
    2018-12-05 03:53

    As they went on the clue hunt, the next stop was Sydney, Australia, but not Australia. It was just for misdirection. As usual book and events begins in a complicated range, so many places and so many people. It only gave clearing when it reached the end. Yet some parts needed still explanation unlike the previous books. Also some parts made me totally confused. Thinking of Nellie, and also their dad's cousin Shep, I thought All of them, with Amy and Dan, would end up as a family. Like in the one of the previous books mentioned, I thought Nellie was the only one to whom they could trust. However, she turn out to be a secret person, or Madrigal, or someone who wants to stop them. On the other hand, somehow I remembered Alastair, and thought he stopped the chase. At the last chapter it they found him at their destination, with and Ekat stronghold, and stole "the poem" from their parents and caused their death long ago. Simply put, Everything turns into a mess. This chase requires two things: find clues and trust no one.

  • Devanshi Gupta
    2018-12-07 06:55

    Amy was better in this book. A lot stronger I think.(spoiler)Jude Watson I hate you for killing off Irina. She was always my favorite villain of this novel. And to make her death so damn heroic.(end of spoiler)But this is one of the few 39 clues book in which I actually got what was happening. A few books in the series were not capable of giving me that.I found this book quite satisfying.

  • Alix
    2018-12-01 03:07

    I like the 39 Clues “In Too Deep” by Jude Watson because of the new characters they introduce and all the intense situation in each book. This is number six in the series.Dan and Amy competition is getting bigger and harder to beat. Dan and Amy are starting to learn more about their parent's past.Since their parents deaths, Dan and Amy are getting clues that they hid prior to dying. Amy and Dan are traveling under false Australian passports. They have to meet ground transport when they land in Moscow, Russia. But they wander through the airport to see if anyone is following them. Natalie and Ian check into observatory hotel so they can spy on them. Dan and Amy opponents in the competition think a 11 and 14 year old ruling the world was a little ridiculous.They don’t want Amy and Dan to win. Dan and Amy find a clue carved in stone on a rock. They also remember that Grace’s lawyer Mr.McIntyre said, “never trust anybody in this competition only trust yourselves”. They are finding this true.This book 39 Clues “In Too Deep” takes place in modern day Russia. Where Dan and Amy find three clues that will lead them to their next country. All of these books take you to different countries. It is interesting to hear about different cultures. The theme for "In Too Deep," is for every problem there is a solution. You can always find answers to most problems in life. Dan and Amy did this by using their resources for solving all their troubles. They couldn't just count on other people. They had to use things they had with them and it worked out pretty well. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes adventures. Also if you like series books. These books have people that get into dangerous situations which keep you hanging on. They are great for seventh grade and up. They are short stories but good.

  • Heather
    2018-11-21 22:51

    I'm going to give a generic review of the series. Basically because I'm lazy and don't want to write 39 reviews. Okay, 11.We finally read Book 1. And then because we liked it so well, the entire series. One son (age 12) has read them all, the second son (also age 12) is on Book 2. And son #3 (age 8) will be starting as soon as he finishes his current book.I thought the premise of this book very interesting. I loved how they integrated history and geography along with problem-solving skills and code cracking. Add in the action, humor and intrigue and kids (and some adults) can't put them down. All three of us that have read 39 Clues thought Book 2 the weakest of the series. But as one son said, after finishing the series, "Gordon Korman seems to be getting better. I think he's a decent author now." Some of the books are better at teaching the history part, others just barely skim the surface and you don't really learn about the person they're 'highlighting'. I appreciate that they're clean books - no curse words or you-know-what going on. There is some violence (very little, if any, blood) and several murder attempts, but they never work.The series would most likely be called twaddle by my Charlotte Mason friends. I do, however, think it has more redeeming qualities than most kids literature and I'm happy to see my boys devouring a book every day or so.

  • Evelynn
    2018-12-04 05:05

    Wow. Wowowowowowowowowow.What is up with these authors enjoying torturing me?!Lemme take some deep breaths...I can't believe what Jude Watson did in this one. Seriously. SERIOUSLY?!I think this one, out of the previous ones, was the best written. It's between this one and the first one by Rick Riordan. Both of them delved into the emotional parts of the narrative as well as giving you a grand picture of just how dangerous this clue hunt really is in the story.Isabel "Cobra" is evil. EEEEEEEVIIIIIIIL. I was hoping maybe she'd turn Ian around and help him sort out his feelings for Amy, but nooooooo. She had to be EVIL.And Irina. Oh my land. I don't think I can even talk about her anymore. (view spoiler)[WHY DID SHE HAVE TO DIE?! WHYWHYWHYWHYWHYWHYYYYYYYYYYY?! (hide spoiler)]Okay...I'mma just go cool it, maybe start the next book. But first, I'll probably be doing this:How could a "kiddie" series make you have so many feels? How could I get so attached to who I thought was an enemy, and was until the end?I really need to stop.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2018-11-26 23:05

    In Too Deep (The 39 Clues, #6), Jude Watsonعنوان: آن سوی گور - کتاب چهارم از 39 سرنخ؛ نویسنده: جودی واتسن (واتسون)؛ مترجم: بهشته خادم شریف؛ تهران، ویدا، چاپ دوم 1392، در 207 ص، شابک: 9786002910530؛؛

  • Anastasia Antonova
    2018-11-27 05:53

    Появилась многообещающая злодейка. События набирают обороты. Ответы на некоторые вопросы совсем близко. Итог: 7 из10

  • James Mccoy
    2018-11-20 02:57

    The book 39 clues is about a girl Amy and her younger brother Dan head to Australia. to go discover what their own mother and father knew about the 39 clues. while on the adventure Amy is reminded of memory's of her child hood. While on there adventure she will start finding out more about her parents. The 39 clues is a challenge of a group of people the have to find the 39 clues. If you do you will become the most powerful person to the world. But is you fail you will still walk away with one million dollars.The best part of the book is in the middle of the book. Because it is the first time in the book that you are on the edge of your seat. It is when Amy is waiting for a meat up with her and Ian which called the night before and sad that he had information regarding her parents murders. The meat was spose to be across the bay from the Sidney opera house in the middle of the day. But while she was waiting for him in the door way of a shop suddenly her enemy / compeer Isabel walked up behind her. And she couldn't run away because she had her finger on her neck and the only reason she was scared is because her finger is poisons if she pulls her finger back it will kill her. but the only reason she wanted to talk is because she knew she was being set up by Ian. And at the end they became team mates.The one thing I think that they need to fix is the beginning for the book. Because at the beginning it takes almost a quarter of the book to start to get interesting and I love books that are adventurist and have a lot of action in the to make the book not be boring. Also a thing they need to work on is the story line in the beginning. Because in the first 30 pages the book is all over the place and you cant be on one topic.Over all I love the book and I recommend reading this book is you are interested in adventure books or moves like karate kid or action moves like fast and furious. Because the story starts out in Russia and eventually goes to Australia where they go on a plane ride around the outback and go surfing and all kinds of other active activity's. so if you like this genre of book than 39 clues in too deep is the book for you and I would recommend going and reading the hole serious of 39 clues.

  • Edgar Ventura
    2018-11-16 23:50

    My opinion on the 39 clues is that the author is the best at wording the book. He/She used the words like sacrificed or like clutching. The author even added great punctuation because he/she put periods,question marks and exclamation points in the most unique places he/she did not just put periods in all of the end of each sentences. When I started to read 39 clues it was like a whole new world entering my brain I could not put it down I was like so into it. The book 39 clues was so good I wanted to read more but first I had to finish this whole bookI recommend the 39 clues to readers that adore mystery books because it has lots of wonders. The thing i love the most is the way the author is wording it. The setting of the story is in the current time and at the airport in the bathroom stalls. But they are exploring through the ocean. This book is also perfect for kids that are in the middle level.

  • Jeevan Nigam
    2018-11-22 04:12

    This book was mainly that sometimes the reward is worth the risk. In this book and series the reward is nothing short of the chance of world domination, the reward making you the most powerful person in the world. Now they are in Australia, and with the help of their Uncle Shep, who they haven't seen since the death of their parents, they uncover more clues while avoiding the Kabras and the Holts. They go through many dangers and as usual dodge death many times. But they still stay in the hunt, showing time and time again that they think the rewards of the hunt are worth the risks for them.

  • Addy S.
    2018-12-05 03:06

    This book was so good I read it in 2 days!! I love the series. Great job! Amy and Dan are too vivid characters who are on a mission to find the 39 Clues their grandmother left behind. If they find them all, they receive a huge prize- something that the other Cahill branches want for themselves.It’s a really interesting series! They all come with cards to play a game online with.

  • KateJackson
    2018-11-17 01:59

    This is one of my favourites by this saga so far!Jude Watson did her magic again.On of the thing that I prefered was learn more about the past of Amy and Dan's parents, but I also like learn more about others characters we know yet, like Irina, Nellie, Isabel Kabra...oh, and yes: my ship between Amy and Ian still be here... I will start the seventh book right now!

  • Shel
    2018-12-09 01:08

    Watson, J. (2009). The 39 Clues: In Too Deep. New York: Scholastic.054506046x206 pages.Kay, so I doubt the ten-year-olds are having this problem, but Scholastic is publishing the books too quickly! I'm having trouble keeping up! I guess I should just be thankful I'm not trying to keep up with the Conspiracy 365 series by Gabrielle Lord. That's being published each month. (Although, when I was a teen, I was all about the Fearless series by Francine Pascal. But I quit that around book seven or eight.)Appetizer: In Too Deep doesn't start out too deep...or rather, a better term would be "too tense." Amy, Dan and their au pair, Nellie have arrived in Sydney, Australia, not on the hunt for one of the 39 clues but on the hunt for connections to their parents, who the siblings have learned travelled to Australia before their deaths. Of course, as Amy and Dan reconnect with their father's old best friend, the extended Cahill family won't leave them in peace (and this includes the unexpected appearance of a new Kabra, who'd previously stuck to the sidelines).So, I absolutely love the contrast between the cover image, the book title and the opening paragraph! The book begins: "The sound of rushing water filled Amy Cahill's ears." Right there. I knew she was in a plane descending to the bottom of a lake or an ocean! Oh the dramas!But then, the story continues: "If she kept her eyes closed, she could imagine she was standing under a beautiful tropical waterfall. Unfortunately, she was hiding in an airport bathroom" (p. 1).Oh, Jude Watson and the cover designers, you had me going there.I think I implied it previously, when I reviewed Beyond the Grave, the fourth book in the series, but thus far Ms. Watson is my favorite among the 39 Clues writers. In this book, I couldn't help but notice how well she integrates some of the previous Cahill adventures into her story. (I appreciated this because all of the books are running together. And since I can't keep up with the series, there's no way I could possibly find the time to go back and RE-read).I did have a little trouble with the pacing of In Too Deep. This book seemed more relaxed (that's not to say there aren't tense moments? Exploring an opal mine only to have poisonous spiders and a deadly snake dropped into the the pit, cutting off the only exit, anyone?). But, when I was about three quarters of the way through the book, I kept flipping through the remaining pages, wondering why isn't this over yet? We'd had emotional upheaval (by the way, I don't understand how these kids will trust anyone EVER again. EVER! There is not a person in the world who does not have ulterior motives when it comes to them.), Dan and Amy were moving on to a new country (Indonesia. They explore some of the history surrounding the Krakatau eruption)...But, why is this book still going? I felt like the new territory could have belonged in the seventh book. But as I kept reading, the answer became apparent: More emotional upheaval ahead! Funz!In this installment, Irina's characterization is explored in more depth. And she makes some difficult choices that made me like her a lot.I was also drawn in by the murderous Isabel Kabra. That is one heartless lady. Like psychotic killer heartless. Vile villain heartless. In no way redeemable heartless (and kids, I'm someone who found redeemable aspects in Tom Riddle/Lord Voldemort).I thought it was an interesting touch to bring in such a sinister character. Because most of the "bad guys" that the Cahill siblings have faced so far have all gradually been debunked from being pure-evil. Untrustworthy still? A few psychotic tendencies when you get in their way? Yes and yes! But not evil.Dinner Conversation:"She and Dan could be off on a tangent. This trip might not lead to a Clue. They had no evidence that it would. But they had both known the moment they saw [their parents'] passports where they were headed next. They didn't even have to exchange a word" (p. 4)."Throw a roo on the barbie, mate!"Amy winced as the bad Australian accent crashed against her ears. Then she cringed as she saw Dan dressed in an Australian bush hat and a safari jacket. He had a fake rubber snake wrapped around his neck."You call this a low profile?" she hissed, swiping the hat off his head and stuffing it in the side pocket of her pack."What was I supposed to do in the airport shop?" Dan asked. "I had to buy something" (p. 5)."You have been resourceful, I give you that, " Irina said. "You think on your feet, you and your brother. But there comes a time when you must think deeper. You must face the thing you don't want to face. Until you do that, you're vulnerable.""To what?""To someone who will tell you what you want to hear," Irina said. "So I ask again. What happened the night of the fire?" (pp. 55-56).Tasty Rating: !!!

  • Sally
    2018-11-17 01:15

    Time for another installment of Picky Bitch Reviews Books For Which She is Not the Target Audience. ;) Although I have to say, I was actually pretty impressed with this one for the most part! It's set mostly in Sydney and I like how the author actually seemed to know the Circular Quay and Rocks areas a bit and wasn't totally making it up. I do have to question their logic in taking the bus to Circular Quay though when there's a perfectly good and MUCH FASTER train :P I've done the bus myself when there was trackwork (twice! What the hell are the odds of two of my four Sydney trips in a year falling on trackwork weekends?!) and it is soooooooo much slower than the train, omfg.Although the odds of Amy and Dan being there on a trackwork weekend? Pretty high. So I'll let that one slide. BUT. And I am a horrible person but I can't just let this one go. And it's funny that this has only struck me now, at book 6, but... Saladin is a cat. And they've been flying him all over the world. And now they're in Australia and they just landed in Sydney and collected Saladin, the cat, and I AM SORRY BUT YOU'RE NOT GETTING THROUGH QUARANTINE THAT FAST KIDS! I think the last country they were in before this one was Russia? It took me five seconds to google and discover that "Russia is not an AQIS approved country. This means you can not import a cat or dog to Australia directly from Russia." On the one hand, I'm being incredibly nit-picky here I KNOW. But on the other hand, that took me all of five seconds to find out. I know these books are all wildly fanciful and as if Amy and Dan would really be flying all over the place in the real world, but it bugs me when such care is taken to actually research their locations in some cases, but then in other cases there are such huge, glaring errors.Also, if you're going from Darwin to Java, you are not flying over the Indian Ocean. You're flying over the Timor Sea. We learned that one in primary school. Having spent a fair amount of time at Circular Quay myself, I'm also curious about how a speedboat might pull into the dock in front of an idling ferry but okay, okay, letting it slide. The author did mention Tim Tams, Cheezels, Burger Rings, Toobs (ew) and Violet Crumble so massive points for research there. Dan was also being all amazed over chicken flavoured chips! Do they not have those in America?Also Irina seemed to lose all her English but okay I'm done picking now. I enjoyed this one because it was set in Sydney, and Coober Peedy, and Darwin, and apart from the stuff I picked on above it was fast-paced and fun to read. I'm loving Irina even more (view spoiler)[so the ending kind of destroyed me and I hope she managed to survive! (hide spoiler)] Oh and I loved when Shep said somewhere was "only" about an eight hour drive away or something and Amy and Dan were all o.O at his casualness with the huge distance. THAT is very Australian :D

  • Jennifer Wardrip
    2018-12-02 01:59

    Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.comAmy and Dan find themselves in Australia, where Dan delights in learning about the deadly animals before they find themselves connecting with a long-lost uncle. The meeting almost makes them want to forget about their quest and live a carefree life with him, but they both know it's not meant to be.However, he might have information about their parents. They refuse to tell him anything about their quest because they don't want to put him in more danger.Danger occurs all around them. Amy's given a choice to learn about what really happened the night her parents died. Did she block out terrible memories or is someone feeding her lies about that night?With all the threats and double-crossings, it's clear that Amy and Dan are the team to beat - and someone's out for blood. Will they uncover any clues about the past or about their parents in the dangers of the Outback?Another thrilling chapter in the quest for THE 39 CLUES as Amy and Dan's adventure only becomes more complicated and more dangerous than ever. Now, the targets are closing in on the siblings and hitting close to home. Big questions are about to be answered and I can't wait to uncover them.

  • Jeremy Juarez
    2018-11-24 07:10

    Amy and Dan continue their search for their sixth clue.Amy has been having flashbacks about when their parent's died. She had a flashback that she told the person that was holding her that she had koalas on her pajama shirt, and that gave the person who was holding her why her parents were gone so long. Amy,Dan and Nellie went to a country to try to find the clue there.When they got there they slept and woke up earlier than Nellie to go find the next clue,but they forgot to leave a note telling Nellie where they went.They were driven on a boat to get to the island,when they got there they were surprised to see Alistair on the island.He called Nellie and told her that he has Dan and Amy and will drop them off tomorrow so Amy and Dan slept for the night but during the night the house got on fire so they climbed on the ledge of the house and was looking for a way down.Surprisingly Irina came and helped them by jumping on the roof with a bamboo stick and they slid down it.Irina didn't get down from the roof and the house was burning. Read the book to find out if she makes it out alive or not.

  • Reesha
    2018-12-12 06:55

    I waited a little bit for this book to come to me - and it was worth the wait. I love how we end up in sunny Australia. I also like the addition to Dan and Amy's family, with another cousin (Shep) to help them find the 39 clues. I understand that they want to keep him out of danger, so they make up a few stories to throw him off track. You also find out a bit more of Nellie's skills as an au pair. At the moment, I'm a bit worried as her as an au pair. She seems to be... too perfect in the 39 clue hunt. I think that she might be hired by another branch, and will betray Amy and Dan in another book. I espically liked the ending, where there is a lot of charater development for Amy. In addition, Irina Spansky - I was hating her character in the beginning of the series, but her change of heart was refreshing. I also want to thank her for what she did for Dan and Amy. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoyed the books in the series. Mainly my neice... that is currently addicted to the first book.

  • Tori
    2018-11-29 06:16

    I am still enjoying this series of books - although I do find it hard to remember all that's taken place in previous stories since the books seem to come out about every two months or so. anyway - it seems like the later books are getting better probably because we're finding out more clues. Here, Amy and Dan are in Australia, and they meet more Cahills, learn more about their parents, are almost killed (a number of times, of course), and find out some interesting things about Nellie. In the previous books it seemed like too much was sometimes crammed into each story, with all the Cahill contenders playing some sort of role. Here, the action focuses on just a few of them. anyway - good quick read!

  • Cathy
    2018-11-30 00:06

    A terrific book, one of the best in the series. So many new layers to the tale were revealed and new questions asked to spur the story on. The educational stuff was woven into the story much better than in some previous books, with no sense of being lectured this time. There was some really fascinating stuff, like underground cities and wild Australian snack foods. The Clues mystery, the various Cahills, who to trust or distrust, their past and their parents all wove together into an exciting and emotional book. I'm amazed at how much substance was put into such a short book. Jude Watson really did a terrific job!

  • Erin
    2018-11-23 05:56

    And this is where I am officially ending this series. There is nothing that I can look forward to in these books. I can already guess what branch Amy and Dan are a part of and I know that no matter where they go, they will always find their way out of danger one way or another. I can't stand the villains, and I am frustrated with every single character. I don't like to leave a series unfinished, but when I read these books I can understand why so many children hate reading. This series makes reading feel boring and pointless, well, at least to me it does.

  • TomyGabriel Gabe
    2018-12-04 03:59

    the book that i took about a fourteen years old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, hear to the Land down Under to discover what their own mother and father knew about the humt for the 39 Clues. But following they parent's footsteps brings up lost memories for Amy so awful that she can't share them..... Thia book is a very good book i love it ,the is very nice fiction book if you read you will see some cool sentens. Is connected to some of my family story lile my grand parent live in the coutry that the story is.

  • Vivek Patel
    2018-12-17 05:02

    This book is thrilling adding a new opponent to the clue hunt and making harder than ever to find the clues and Amy and Dan find about a thrilling truth about their family. They have to go through many challenge to find the clue which is something so easy they could've guessed because it's so common.

  • Stephanie
    2018-11-24 23:01

    One of my favorites so far. Cliffhanger like no other, bum bum bum. I won't spoil it. This is the series I read to my son at bedtime. He's old enough to read them on his own, but it's become our thing. I've enjoyed it, and so has he. Series has some great authors.

  • Luke!GO LSU!
    2018-11-23 02:14

    I am at the part where Amy and Dan start to think that there Au Paur Nellie might just be somone that is against them! I like the book and it gets better!

  • Michael Perrino
    2018-12-06 05:19

    I was thinking about abandoning this series but the end of this book really saved it and I can not wait to read the next book in the series.

  • Katie20
    2018-11-21 06:12

    good book you really should read this series!!!

  • Elizabeth
    2018-11-19 03:01

    I liked the conflict in this one the most so far especially toward the end.

  • Patrick Campbell
    2018-11-26 03:20

    In Too Deep was a phenomenal story written by Jude Watson. Amy and Dan are on the search for the 39 clues. Their next destination is Sydney, Australia. Everything goes smooth until they encounter a problem with Isabel Kabra and Irina Spasky. Once they get jumbled up with the Kabras they have to stay with their Uncle Alistair, a man proven to be dishonest and untrustworthy. Fires are lit, shots are fired, and casualties occur. Amy has to make many dangerous choices that change the whole plot of the series. Will they collect the clue? Will they survive? Find out by reading In Too Deep by Jude Watson.This is one of the better books of the series. The plot was amazing and kept me reading. It was very consistent with entertaining me and keeping me on edge. I loved the amount of action and detail incorporated into the story. I especially enjoy how they talk about each character's past. The one thing I absolutely HATE about this story is that my favorite character, Irina Spasky was murdered. I wanted to cry whenever it had happened because of how heroic she was. Overall In Too Deep is a pretty decent story.I recommend In Too Deep for young teenagers. The reason I recommend it for young teenagers is because it gets focused on many different things that can be difficult to keep up with. High school student would be able to read the story quickly and easily which is why I do not recommend it for them. I really enjoyed reading In Too Deep by Jude Watson.