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Into the Deep Into the Deep #1 [Ebook] ➣ Into the Deep Into the Deep #1 By Lauryn April – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Ivy Daniels is a high school junior still learning who she is After an accident Ivy finds herself with an ability she doesn’t want an ability to uncover secrets which uickly begins to redefine what Ivy Daniels is a high school junior still Deep Into PDF/EPUB ¿ learning who she is After an accident Ivy finds herself with an ability she doesn’t want an ability to uncover secrets which uickly begins to redefine what she thinks about the people around her as well as herself Because of this ability Ivy becomes the one thing that stands between an angry teen and the death of every student on campus The only problem is she doesn’t know who wants everyone dead Will she Into the PDF \ figure out who has this dark secret or will she fail to find him in timeThrough her search to do the right thing Ivy discovers that knowing the thoughts and secrets of those around her may just tear her apart.


10 thoughts on “Into the Deep Into the Deep #1

  1. Chantel Chantel says:

    This book was pretty much amazing The synopsis gave a lot of information but not enough to spoil the book for me which made it even intriguing And of course the front cover is absolutely phenomenal it fits perfectly with the story I've never read a book where the character can hear people's thoughts that's mainly why i was so excited to start this book Into the Deep is through the eyes of Ivy who I thought was a innocent teenage girl at first but then you see the type of friends she hangs around with and how they treat her it just makes you think clearly they are not true friends so why still hang around with them? I kept on thinking that at first the way Christy was being so cocky arrogant and self obsessed was literally getting on my nerves I know it's kind of weird to get angry over a character but Christy seriously deserves a slap So when Ivy began hearing other peoples thoughts i was so relieved that she can finally see their true colours What made me even glad was when she started following her heart and not listening to what people are telling her to do I actually really pity Ivy why? Because she's suddenly had a whole lot of things thrown at her; finding out her friends true colours reading people minds finding out her dad is cheating someone try to burn down the school school work if all those things were suddenly thrown at me i seriously don't know what i'd do In most books that i've read the heroine has always had at least one person to teach them about their sudden power but with Ivy she had no one until Brant came along but even then she still had to figure out how to block the thoughts out herself That's why i wasn't surprised when Ivy had a break down and wanted out there is only so much a teenager could take Knowing someones secret is bad but knowing that you can't do anything about it is worse Thank God that Brant was there to help her He was always there when she needed support and their blooming love was a great break and relief for her He was like a stick to help steady her when she is nearly falling I thought Ivy's and Brant's relationship was super cute Ivy was reluctant at first to love Brant mainly because of his status and ranking in school However she has no one else to trust therefore she has no choice but to lean on him It was adorable watching those two begin to develop feelings for each other The actual plot of the story scared me little bit Just knowing that the school will be bombed down within a months time was pretty freaky but it was the process of finding out who the mastermind was that scared me most At some points i actually suspected it was Brant Christy or Chase I was never really one for mysterious stories but this one really had me thinking Though i still wonder why she never told anyone I suppose maybe because she didn't have any proof One of the main things i loved about this book was that it was unpredictable and sometimes really unexpected At the beginning i actually thought that she would end up loving Chase but then Brant suddenly jumped in Whenever you suspect something something else pops up If it isn't already obvious my favourite character was Ivy I was really proud of her when she started doing what SHE wants and not what her friends want At some points i really felt like i could relate myself to her Watching her find who she really is made me feel like a proud mother Cheesy i knowP Obviously such an amazing book is always due to an amazing author Lauryn April's writing made me think instead of just stating the obvious she decided to beat aroudn the bush Maybe this was also what made me enjoy this book it was actually really fun trying to guess what would happen next The only comment i can say about this book was that maybe Ivy and Brant went a bit too fast in the love thing They're still in high school and she was really depressed at that time and then one thing led to another Maybe they should of slowed down a little bit it fit in well with the story but looking at the reality side it seemed a bit fast Overall Into the Deep was a really funny but also intense read It's definitely something i'll re read again in the future Hopefully the paperback will be out in UK soon because i would love to have this on my shelf I would definitely recommend this book to teens it's uite a light mysterious read with a handful of romance If it's not obvious already i rate this book 5 starsChantelchantel lawblogspotcouk


  2. Carrie Carrie says:

    Warning spoilers aheadIvy is a typical seventeen year old part of the popular group Trying to fit in doing things she doesn't really want to do because she doesn't want to be alone Things change for Ivy the night her and her friends sneak into the Country clubs swimming pool The night of her accident Now she isn't just the typical seventeen year old now she can hear the things that no one should Now she can hear the personal things that no one shares with anyone she can hear the thoughts of those around her With this new ability not only does she start to doubt who she really is but she starts to view her friends and those around differently At first the things she hears is like a trickling of water but as the days past it's like she's standing outside in a hurricane she is bombarded with voices And one voice stands out from them all A month from now they'll all be dead Ivy has a month to figure out who that voice belongs to and to stop him before it's too late While doing this she starts to make new friendships friends that she doesn't need to change to fit in with For the first time she feels comfortable being just herselfInto the Deep is a well written young adult novel with mystery romance friendship I really enjoyed the story but at times I felt like I knew this story No I haven't read it before my favorite TV show is Buffy the Vampire Slayer it felt like I was reading the episode Earshot from Season 3 Where the book isn't exactly the same there are a lot of similar things The ability to hear peoples thoughts searching the school to find the person who they think is going to kill everyone This time tomorrow I'll kill you all BtVS Earshot Over allA great book that I highly recommend to those who enjoy a well written young adult novel mystery coming of ageself discovery books Looking forward to reading Hidden BeneathI was given a copy for review from the author Lauryn April Thank you for gifting me this copy


  3. Sabrina Sabrina says:

    You can find this review also on my blog wwwjustfantasybooksadisblogspotcomReviewAfter Ivy slips in the pool and hits her head on the stairs she finds herself with the ability to read people's thoughts It takes some time to realise that she's not crazyBut her ability can save the school Or notA student from her high school wants to blow up the entire school but Ivy is the only one who knows that Now that she knows what students are thinking she realize that she can't trust her friends So she makes new ones Brant Everett is a freak but Ivy befriends him and shares the secret that makes her a freak too Toghether they form their own gang You have to read the book to find out what will happen nextMy opinionThanks so much Lauryn for sending me this book It was awesome and really worth to read it I couldn't stop until I finished the 300 pages of the book and now I'm like what? it's over? The story was a little rushed but the author didn't forget any detail I really liked that fact that Brants resembles with Derek from The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong VERY well I fell in love with this character Another plus for the book is that the relationships between the characters are very well defined and in constant harmonyIn conclusion I really loved this book up to the last word written by Lauryn and if there will be a second novel I'll read it Guaranteed I recommend you this book If you'll have the opportunity to read it don't hesitate


  4. Lucinda Elliot Lucinda Elliot says:

    This starts off as interesting and gets and so The main character Ivy is at first under the influence of a superficial vain set of girls who see themselves as 'high flyers' but gradually her new abilities lead her not only to detect a deadly threat to her fellow students but also that people are often very different from how they appear to be This has happy and unhappy conseuences for Ivy who begins to uestion her old valuesIn company with the School Bad Boy colourfully and sensitively drawn Ivy is forced to confront the dangers into which her new extra sensory powers lead her I particularly like the conjoining of the psychological and the psychic in this book The writing is lively but there are serious points being made about teen culture The two main characters stand out because they are learning to uestion the accepted values of their contemparies They are lead into an uneasy partnership and a terrible sense of responsibilityThere are a lot of brilliant descriptive touches so many that it is hard to pick one out but my favourite is 'the clouds looked like orange waves rolling in and crashing against the darkening sky'The characters are excellently drawn in this the pace is well maintained throughout the tone of realism is impressive and the contrast between the normal school background of Ivy and her associates makes a telling contrast to her strange experiences This is the third YA I've really enjoyed of late and I have to give it a five star rating


  5. Abbie Abbie says:

    Actual rating 25Into the Deep was an okay story but at times it draggedIvy was an okay character but it annoyed me how she took the bombing threat so lightly at timesAt one point she actually asked Brant if they could forget about the whole situation for a couple of days I understand that at the time she was going through a bit of a rough patch but really? She was seriously going to forget about the bomb threat for a couple of days when it was so close to happening? I really didn't like Ivy's friends They were really annoyingOverall it was an okay read but due to the fact that Ivy took the situation so lightly at times it wasn't as good as it could have been


  6. Laurie Franco Laurie Franco says:

    Wicked good book I loved how it touched on bullying and had a bit of a love story in there as well Brent was an awesome character and I loved Ivy This was a great book and I really recommend it From the bullying to the cliue of girls that was such an accurate portrayal of high school life this a must read that is too good to miss


  7. Jace Jace says:

    Oh my god This is the stupidest book I've read in while I wanted to like it so bad that I just kept plowing through which is not normally my MO I don't read books I don't likeBut this oneI don't know I just kept hoping that it would get betterSome character developement Some actionSome romance Some intrigue ANYTHINGTo be fair Lauryn April tried I really believe that She tried to give us a love interest in Brant She tried to give us some character growth with Ivy She tried to give us some intrigue with the whole 'Someone's going to bomb the school' stuff It just didn't work The writing is suprisingly good Usually with this level of stupidity there is bad dialog and horrible editing On that note we do have a plusAlright lets talk about the book It starts off with Ivy sneaking into a private pool with her friends She slips falls in and hits her head She likely has a bad concussion but being teenagers who don't want to get in trouble they all ignore this She goes home and soon starts hearing voices There is the standard Oh my god am I crazy? stuff but hearing thoughts is pretty easy to figure out Then comes the controlling it part She can't It gets bad one day in particular and she passes out at school Ohh but first she hears the ominous A month from now they'll all be deadAnd now the stupidity begins The day after her fainting episode at school she learns how to control her ability Yep it's just that simple She looks up some meditating techniues and it's a real lightbulb moment for her She simply has to turn her ability on and off like a light switch On Hear thoughtOff No thoughtsWell that was a fun challange for a day and a half Moving on Brant the bad boy at school figured out her secret They become tentitive friends basically because he knows about her and no one else does Thus she should confide in him Duh That makes total sense Why didn't I think of that?Now onto stupid garbage that the rest of the book is about psycho who is going to kill everyone Obviously they need to find him Their guy was kind enough to give them a timeline in his thoughts so they know they have until the end of the month That's like freaking forever for these teenagers Why bother with it now? Lets hang out Get to know each other Hang out some Maybe kiss Lets not talk about the guy who's building a bomb when we don't want heaviness to interrupt out light mood Gah I wanted to punch them both in the faceWhen they're not avoiding the problem altogether they're coming up with the dumbest plans in history Hey that creepy kid with the dredlocks supposedly skinned a cat I bet he's totally the guy behind this bomb Problem solvedThis is their idea of dudiligence Lets pick someone we think might be behind this sinister plot go uestion them and see if their mental voices match up After they'd ruled out their Two count them TWO suspects nothing really happens for most of the book They have an idea to look up people who may have checked out bomb making books from the library and end up having to wait a week until the computers are fixed Oh well guess there's nothing else they can do in the mean time Okay that's enough of my ranting about that Basically they're the dumbest teenagers that I've ever read about If Ivy had a motto it would be What should we do now?That's basically her uestion after every one of the rediculous attempts to find this guy Another huge problem I had was that once she's figured out how to shut off her mind reading she very rarely uses it She either doesn't want to hear the thoughts of people around her no matter how benificial that would be in say Fiding the guy planning to blow up the school It's almost like the author forgets that she gave Ivy this ability for most of the book and then she'll throw in random thoughts to be like Hey don't forget she can do this It's rediculous At one point her 8 year old sister is missing Did not come home They don't know what's happend to her if she's okay yadda yadda Ivy and her friends decide to walk the neghbourhood Yes walk Calmly Not calling Sadie's name Just taking a nice leisurly stroll and hoping to stuble across her I guess I should give the author props for being consistantIvy of course does not use her talent to scan around for her sister I don't know if it doesn't occur to her or if it didn't occur to the author Really it's like Lauryn April gave her this talent simply to be able to introduce the 'conflict' and then didn't want it to be a major part of the book That was dissapointing because the mind reading aspect was a big part of why I was interested in this book The cincher to why I hated Into the Deep was really the charactersThey petty shallow and have such a lack of substance and over abundance of cowardice that it's hard to take the book seriously let alone enjoy it Read at your own risk


  8. Bianca Bianca says:

    I received this book free from Lauryn in exchange of a honest review Thank you LaurynWhen I first read about this book I was really excited about it It sounded like something fresh and I had to read it So I contacted Lauryn and asked her for a copy for review and I was soooo happy when she said “Yes” And belive me I don’t regret that I did it This book was AMAZING I loved it and I want and The greatest thing about this book is that you can’t find fantasy No fantasy At all Nothing Just real life and maybe some SF But if you want something fantasy go and look at something else But first make sure that you grab this book too You won’t regret belive meThis book shows you the real life exactly how is it Friends that aren’t really your friends high school teenage issues crushes and so on If you’ll read this book you’ll figure out that not everything is what it seems I learned not to trust all my “friends” and to listen to my instinctsThe story is very original Even if you think that is a normal YA book with a popular girl with lots of friends well you’re wrong This is not a superficial book about a girl who has a crush This is a meaningful book about a girl whose life changes when she breaks her head and starts to hear everyone’s thoughts In 300 pages you will find a lot of secrets pain problems and well Even some love I loved Lauryn’s style writing I loved how she described everything so you can picture it in your head The dialogues are easy to read and that makes the book an easy read I loved the two main characters and how they are protraited They are very real and exactly like two teenagers In “Into the Deep” you will find aslo action and suspanse As you read you will find yourself lost in the action breathless very eager to see what will happen next Loved this thingIn conclusion “Into the Deep” is an amazing read that you all will love I recommend it with the biggest pleasureIvy is a high school junior with a group of good friends and a crush on a boy who never spoke with her For starters I didn’t like her friends I thought they aren’t “true” friends And I was right After Ivy almost breaks her head she has a new ability she can read minds Yup you really read that Ivy can read minds First she thought that she’s crazy But she knows that she really can read minds Ivy can hear every single thought of somebody near her In this way she finds out that her friends aren’t her friends Christy one of her “friends” dates Ivy’s crush even if she knows that Ivy likes him She also meets a guy Brant He’s that kind of guy who skips classes smokes drinks but he’s always there for her and he really understands herSoon Ivy finds out that she really really likes this guy Her friends doesn’t like him and Ivy uarrels with they for Brant She also decides that she doesn’t want to hang up with them any But Ivy’s world is turned upside down when she finds out that her dad is cheating on her mom More one day at school she reads someone minds And what she hears will horrifies her someone wants to blow up the school But who? Ivy and Brant have to figure out who wants them all dead and stop him Easier said than doneDo you think that they will find out who wants to blow up the school? Do you wanna know if Brant and Ivy will be a team? Then read the book and find by yourself “Into the deep” is an amazing read I recommend it you will love itReview also posted on my blog


  9. Jen Jen says:

    Awesome Way cute Loved this story Although I should be deeply disturbed by it My biggest fear in life for my children is being victims of crazy kids at school The book starts off with Ivy telling the story of how it all happened At school Ivy had a good crowd of friends She didn't look down at people but she didn't stick up for them too Being shallow and following what everyone else though that was the life right? When Christy got a hold of the key to the pool at the Club house their group of friends jumped at the chance to do a little night time swimming without anyone around At the pool the girls were having fun Damon was there with Eliza and Chase was there with Christy Ivy and Ti decided to go grab a beer When Christy called out Ivy's name she turned only she didn't realize at the time that her foot was at the edge of the pool She slipped and fell hitting her head on the stair in the shallow end she nearly drowned Instead of calling an ambulance instead of calling their parents Ivy insisted she was ok and they rushed back home Ivy knew something was wrong she could feel it but she didn't the others to get in trouble So she went on with her life The next day at school she felt dizzy and fuzzy with a pounding headache but still she went on It wasn't until the buzzing noise and pain in her head stopped suddenly that she began to hear the thoughts the thoughts of her peers around her the teachers everyone within distance from her The noise became too intense she couldn't take it any She knew that she couldn't tell anyone Her friends would think she was crazy and no one else would believe her that is until she walked up to the school to wait for her friends and she heard Brant the schools bad boy who was smoking not to far from her Probably a bitch just like Tiana Ivy couldn't help but speak out about herself and her friend and that's when Brant found out about Ivy's secret The noise became too intense at school getting louder and louder as the day went on when lunch came around and Ivy opened the doors to the commons area she became overwhelmed by the thoughts going around she fainted And just as she started to black out she heard one thought A month from now they'll all be dead Whoa That was freaky I really didn't know what to think of when I read the blurb on this book but this was not it It was pretty intense if you ask me I really think the author did a great job spelling it out though She brought up good ualities that the youth is struggling with in schoolGreat story D One my daughter will enjoy reading as well


  10. Andreea Andreea says:

    I received this book in exchange of an honest review and all that I can say is this This book was totally awesomeIvy is just a normal high school girl But her normal life changes when she's going out swimming with her friends and by accident she hits her head That was the point that changed her life because she started hearing thoughts At first she doesn't believe in her new powers and thinks of herself as crazy but later on she starts believing in it However she is not alone The bad boy of her high school Brant is there for her even in her worst state of mind when she accidentally hears someone that says that he wants to kill every single person from her school The problem? They don't know who it is and they don't have pretty much time But even so these two get to know each other and soon they find themselves in loveI liked this book To be honest it reached my top favorite books I loved Ivy's character She was so strong and brave to try and stand up to her friends But I loved Brant He is not the kind of bad boy we are all accustomed to He's not the type that acts cocky even around the person he loves No This is not Brant He deeply cares for Ivy But let's end the spoilers here Down are a few uotes that I purely lovedThat time I couldn't help but roll my eyes Purple I saidBrant turned to look at me with a confused expression Purple isn't a number Ivy Her uestion took me a little off guard I hadn't taken much time to put my felling for Brant into words I knew I liked him that I cared about him I didn't think that I loved him I'm not sure at that point I really knew what being in love felt like as I'd never been in love before What I did know was that I felt safe with Brant i felt like i could talk to him tell him anything I felt like he would look after me like he'd keep my secrets safe I knew he made my heart beat faster I knew that I wanted to be around him every second I could manage I thought I'd be romantic and surprise youNo offense but sneaking into my room comes off a little creepy and stalkerish then romantic and sweet Nothing bad is going to happen tomorrow I promiseYou can't know thatI know enough We're the good guys yeah? And the good guys always win


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