Ty is a pioneer, but instead of going west, like the old days, his family went deep! As the water levels rise and space on land grows more and more precious, people have started going under the sea. Ty knows nothing but living underwater. He is much more familiar with the life that thrives in the darkness of the deep sea than he is with sunshine and stars.
One day, Gemma shows up from the world above and changes everything in his life. She seems so vulnerable alone, searching for her brother that Ty can't just leave her on her own. As they try to learn her brother's fate, they start finding more than either of them bargained for.
So, this book was okay, but not totally enthralling. The premise of living underwater is really cool, and the technology is suitably present. But I just had a hard time finishing this book! I might recommend it, but it would be pretty far down my list of things to recommend. A sequel has come out, but I have no interest in it. To me, the characters were flat, the relationships cliche, and the story line was not engaging. While the setting was fun, the story never fully explored its full potential.