Breathe by Sarah Crossan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Sarah Crossan has lived in Dublin, London and New York, and now lives in Hertfordshire. Breathe. Breathe (Series). Book 1. Sarah Crossan Author (). Written by Sarah Crossan, narrated by Anna Parker-Naples. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.

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The world-building felt shaky at best, which is never good in a dystopian. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Write a customer review. I say no because I sarh Breathe a while ago and couldn’t remember what was supposed to be happening lol! Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. But what if you can’t? But is there truth in what Breathe has told them? This book is more an adventure breate than a dystopia.

Don’t have a Kindle? I spent a lot of the book wondering what was going on, and found the episode with Quinn on the building roof so egregious.

Join the site and send us your review! How does this one compare? The book doesn’t draw out the conflict to establish a trilogy which was very refreshing.

Sarah Crossan Narrated by: Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Also, only anaerobic microorganisms would have the ability to thrive, and the may be giving off poisonous gases in higher quantities.

Being an out-and-back story, there is a lot to squeeze in. This is especially true of the main characters, all of whom I found flat and not the least bit compelling. I pretty much saw the ending coming a mile away, but I guess that’s just who she was. Much of the sympathy for the rebels and their just cause evaporates in their leader’s lunacy.


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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Bea has lost her family. I loved how this book focused more on the actual dystopian world than the romance in the story but I had hoped for more when it came to Quinn realising his affection for Bea; aarah was like one second he was infatuated with Alina and the next he was suddenly in love with his best friend. The plot and pacing were often plodding. This resulted in an inadequate supply of oxygen to support the earth.

I kept wondering, drossan is it taking so long for them to get started on their journey? That part seemed real, but everything else just seemed thrown together. The author tells us why the despotic regime exists, but it felt like it had frde plopped down.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Once at the base, the story hits its only sour note. Purchase where the first book is popular, otherwise, heed the title and resist.

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The Best Books of Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. There’s mention of interviews to get into the settlement, but we’re left at that. It’s always hardest for me to review books that are just “meh”, and this was one of those books.


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Quinn and Bea are friends, but he doesn’t notice her the way she wants to be noticed. Taking cues from The Road, she creates what is arguably a much more realistic view of the potential final days of mankind.

It all just kind of averaged out to be a good, basically well-down book but not a particularly satisfying read. The three main characters were well delineated, and I enjoyed the teenage angst and frustrations set amidst life-endangering backdrop of the story. Description The world has no air. He made knee-jerk decisions, acted in rude ways and was just cookie-cutter. Now, while you still can. Readers are given a more mature view of human nature than in Breathe.

In a nutshell, the story starts with the premise that the world was overpopulated. What would you do if you were desperate? It isn’t readily apparent what the resistance goals are beyond planting trees in a stadium. Resist Breathe by Sarah Crossan Learn more about Amazon Prime.

It was great to come across a British YA novel with a true British narrator. Learn more about Amazon Prime.