Monday, November 7, 2011

Life Underwater

Imagine that the seas rose and covered most of the land on Earth and a few of the brave chose to settle in underwater farms and you have the setting for Dark Life by Kat Falls.  Ty was the first baby born in an underwater community, so he is used to life under the sea.  Unfortunately, life is getting more challenging; outlaws have been attacking more frequently, the government is withholding their supplies, and there is a stranded topsider girl that needs his help.  Of course there are all the other day to day things that could kill him like sharks and giant squids.  This book was a fantastically fun read, so take a deep breath and dive into this one.

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