Book Review – Goosebumps: Deep Trouble

August 10, 2009 at 9:52 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , )

Goosebumps: Deep Trouble

BY: R.L. Stine

COVER DESIGN BY: Steve Scott

COVER ART BY: Brandon Dorman

PUBLISHED BY: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN-13: 978-0-545-03519-4

ISBN-10: 0-545-03519-8

Ages: 9-12

Reviewed by: Billy Burgess

 

The first adventure of Billy, Sheena and their Uncle Dr. Deep can now be read by a new generation in this re-release with a brand new cover and bonus features that include: Q&A with R.L. Stine, There’s Something Fishy About Mermaids, Sink Your Teeth Into Some Shark Facts!, Tales of Horror: When Sharks Attack, How to Survive a Shark Attack and An Undersea Adventure – Starring You!

Billy and Sheena are spending their summer vacation with their uncle, Dr. Deep, and his assistant, Alexander DuBrow, on the sea lab boat, the Cassandra. Their anchored just off a tiny island called Ilandra, in the Caribbean Sea, searching for a mermaid that had been spotted by local fisherman.

When Billy takes a swim in the ocean, he is almost attacked by a shark. A beautiful mermaid saves him. Dr. Deep and Alexander throw out a net and catch the mermaid. The mermaid is put into a tank. Billy and Sheena befriend the mermaid.

Alexander has plans of his own. The mermaid would be worth millions of dollars to the local zoo.

Can Billy and Sheena help the mermaid escape Alexander‘s evil clutches?

I don’t recall ever reading this book when it was first released but I really enjoyed reading it now. It will make you think twice about swimming in the ocean.

 

 

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