Often, when reviewing a book I absolutely adored, it can be the hardest review to write. It’s difficult to put a review into words when you just want to gush and rave about how amazing it was, while still trying to remain objective. That’s the case with Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman. I loved this book so much that I could probably write an essay about it, but I’ll try my best to keep it a decent length!
Caden Bosch is on a ship that’s headed for the deepest point on Earth: Challenger Deep, the southern part of the Marianas Trench.
Caden Bosch is a brilliant high school student whose friends are starting to notice his odd behav
Caden Bosch is designated the ship’s artist in residence, to document the journey with images.
Caden Bosch pretends to join the school track team but spends his days walking for miles, absorbed by the thoughts in his head.
Caden Bosch is split between his allegiance to the captain and the allure of mutiny.
Caden Bosch is torn.
A captivating and powerful novel that lingers long beyond the last page, Challenger Deep is a heartfelt tour de force by one of today’s most admired writers for teens.