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  1. Rachel Rachel says:

    Total nostalgia read well, listen and it took me right back to being a young teenager I think Kate Cann writes obsessive relationships so well.


  2. Fran Clarke Fran Clarke says:

    This is the kind of story I needed when I was 16 17 I really enjoyed it now as well and felt as though it stands up to the test of time well


  3. Mateja Mateja says:

    The main reason why I enjoyed this book and why I m enjoying this series overall is because of all the fond memories attached to it Memories of first picking it up years and years ago I think I was 14 years old and it becoming one of my favorite books to read and reread Back then young adult books were scarce and books that dealt with mature content like sex evenso If this were my first time reading this book I probably would have rated it lower because of all the flaws in the charact The main reason why I enjoyed this book and why I m enjoying this series overall is because of all the fond memories attached to it Memories of first picking it up years and years ago I think I was 14 years old and it becoming one of my favorite books to read and reread Back then young adult books were scarce and books that dealt with mature content like sex evenso If this were my first time reading this book I probably would have rated it lower because of all the flaws in the characters and the relationship between them.I don t really like Collette I thought she was okay in the previous book but her behavior was really off putting in this book She is so obsessed with Art it s borderline insanity But I get it, she s a teenager and it s her first love and it s intense and makes her feel things she s never felt before But the reason I didn t like her this time around is because this book delved deeper into her feeling for Art and I found them to be incredibly shallow She says she loves him which I don t doubt but she names the most vain reasons why, like his stunning good looks And she doesn t really care that she can t confide in him because she says that s not what he is for and that she doesn t need him to be her friend.I definitely liked ArtHe s a flawed character as well and acts like an asshole most of the time but there s a complexity to him that Collette lacks I do believe he has genuine feelings for Coll because why else would he be in a relationship with her after years of man whoring not to mention Coll s manic mood swings that don t hold a candle to Art s He s just heavily burdened by issues he doesn t want to deal with or even recognize he has them and it prevents him from delving deeper into his feelings for Collette I really enjoyed his part of this story.This book revolves around sex a lot For the majority of this book that s all the main characters think about and later do It only emphasizes the lack of depth their relationship has But I really liked the ending It was sad but it was also the most mature part of this book and it made complete sense It was a natural progression of the situation the characters found themselves in and it gave them an opportunity to grow up and act like adults


  4. Janelle Janelle says:

    I ve read the first book in this series and I actually thought it was pretty good So when I picked this one up from the library I was excited to read it I have to say, I was very disappointed in the second book Really the only thing it was about was sex It seemed like every other chapter the main characters were having sex It was boring, bland, and I never wanted to read it Though I did finish it, only because I wanted to get onto a different book I don t know if I m going to read the thi I ve read the first book in this series and I actually thought it was pretty good So when I picked this one up from the library I was excited to read it I have to say, I was very disappointed in the second book Really the only thing it was about was sex It seemed like every other chapter the main characters were having sex It was boring, bland, and I never wanted to read it Though I did finish it, only because I wanted to get onto a different book I don t know if I m going to read the third book maybe if I m bored and have nothing better to do Who knows


  5. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Art and Collette s relationship is nauseating at best, but I unfortunately found myself relating to pathetic Coll s woes about not being loved as much as she loved I think it s something every girl has to go through and the author described it well I was really pleased with the ending, however I don t think I will be reading the third book because I know Art and Coll will get back together and I would really rather they didn t So I will just pretend the book ends here and be happy.


  6. Laura Delaney Laura Delaney says:

    I read this book when I was about 13 as it is a young adult book and I absolutely loved it It s a typical teenager book with both love and heartbreak and the book continuously reaches out to the reader to make you feel involved As a teenager I felt as if the book dealt with many topics that were relevant to that age group and therefore I gave the book 4 stars as for a young adult book I loved it a lot


  7. Dottie Dottie says:

    Probably the most sexually explicit YA book I have read There s sex in almost every chapter I appreciated the unflinching honesty but found it severely lacking in depth Too bad because I liked Art and Coll in the first book.


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  9. Ruby Ruby says:

    it was a good read for the topic, and the three books didn t go over the top with PSA, and that can be hard to find in stories like this.i would read it again if i was asked but not out of free will smiley i love the plot and all three books overall but i am not a highschool kid any so they don t work for me but i think a lot of teens should give them a try, just for the interesting insight it can be a bit black and white in placesbut it something worth reading once


  10. Zoë Zoë says:

    Although typical chicklits, I remember that I loveeeed reading Kate Cann s books as a teenager Really, I bought every book as soon as it got out here in the Netherlands Lovely books for young teenage girls In my eyes this trilogy is the best set of books she s ever written Grecian Holiday and Spanish Holiday were very enjoyable as well SO typical and not particularly original, but VERY well writen.


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  • In The Deep End
  • Kate Cann
  • 14 November 2018
  • 0704349485

About the Author: Kate Cann

When I was a child, I wanted to be a witch My first foray into writing was a series of nasty spells full of rats tails and bats wings Then, when I turned thirteen, I began keeping a lurid diary, full of adoration or loathing, depending on who I was writing about I used my later diaries for the Diving In trilogy I never thought I want to be a writer , but I loved books and writing At school, I was rubbish at just about In The PDF/EPUB ² everything but English, so I went on to Kent University where I did two degrees in English and American Literature At Kent, I fell dramatically in love with the man I m still married to We had loads of fights and adventures, but we kept coming back together He s still the person I most want to spend time with Awww My first proper job was in a publishing house, Time Life Books, as a copy editor I felt very glamorous I used to go to the huge YMCA on Tottenham Court Road at lunchtime and do aerobics classes very big in the s and yes I wore legwarmers Then I d fall asleep over my desk in the afternoon When my two kids came along, I set up as a freelance copy editor and worked from home By chance I got given some teenage books to edit, and I hated the way they treated sexual relationships they were either full of gloom and doom, or were gushy, unrealistic candyfloss So I got bitten by the I can do better than this bug, and started writing I remember the first day I started to write it took me over I forgot to eat unthinkable for me and I nearly forgot to collect the kids from school About a year after that, Diving In was accepted for publication When I ran out of material from my diaries and memories, I realized my daughter and son were teenagers, and started eavesdropping on them They were extremely tolerant about this although they did sometimes demand money from me Big changes have been afoot recently My kids have left home really left home, not just gap year travelling university left home, and my old man is doing the sort of work that means he can work from home a lot of the time So we ve sold up and moved into the wilds of Wiltshire and so far I am absolutely loving it The space, the silence, seeing the stars at night in the pitch black, the owls, the trees, the walks, the great food in the local pubs everything I d started to bring nature into my books it all started with Crow Girl and now I m working on two books about a city girl who gets plunged into the wilds So the move is very much linked to and helping my writing I think the sheer beauty and power of nature and how it can get right inside you is something a lot of kids are cut off from today I still love London though the plan is to come up every couple of weeks, catch up with all my old mates, possibly do something seriously cultured like go to the theatre And I want to travel a bit , too offsetting my increased carbon footprint with an enormous compost heap I love long conversations, running, reading, gardening, walking and white wine in moderation of course and I m the first to admit I have the life of Reilly who apparently had a pretty cushy life I start the day with a run or walk with my dog, when I think about what s going to happen next in the book I m writing Then I have a huge breakfast, and get down to work I write on or if it s cold, in the spare bed with a laptop, my dog at the bottom of the bed If it s sunny, I write in the garden, on a sun lounger Tough, ay I also have this theory that you can t be truly creative forthan about three or four hours a day, so in the mid afternoon, I knock off, and do my emails and stuff Told you it was cushy.