Under the Sea with Ven Polypheme

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   The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme is a series of books, with lots of adventure and mystery. The mysterious, adventure book I read was The Tree of Water, by Elizabeth Haydon.

   The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme is a series of books, with lots of adventure and mystery. The mysterious, adventure book I read was The Tree of Water, by Elizabeth Haydon. This book takes you into the depths of the ocean, with Ven Polypheme and his three friends.

The book Tree of Water is about Ven Polypheme, who goes down into the depths with his best friends: Amariel, Char, and his new friend Coreon. He made the promise with his underwater friend Amariel, the merrow that he would go and explore her home. When he does he realizes that this is a lot more deadly than what he thought it would be, but that is what makes this book so exciting to read. He was always getting into something, and most of the times he finds things more deadly than the first.

In this book I found that every sentence I would read the details would get sharper and sharper. The sentences included, what the harbor looked like, what Amariel scales looked like, and my favorite, what the fish looked like. “Megalodon is frightening, but the pilot fish is said to be utterly evil. He clings to Megalodon, helping guide him through the sea, and feeds off the scraps behind from whatever Megalodon devours. And there always are some.”

I loved how the book always made you want to read some more, and how you were always just waiting to read. Reading was always an enjoyment. I couldn’t stop! Although some parts of the book were really difficult to read because I didn’t understand what was happening. That is why I suggest this book for 10 years old and older.