Take a deep breath. The sequel to Sarah Crossan’s heart-pounding, thought- provoking, breath-taking Breathe is here! To refresh your memory. Three teens will leave everything they know behind in Sarah Crossan’s National Book Award Finalist Kathleen Duey called Breathe “An amazing story!. The world has no air. If you want to survive, you pay to breathe. But what if you can’t? And what if you think everything could be different? Three teens wil.

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I guess I was also a bit confused about the world in Breathe. I highly recommend it. Similarly, Bea must face up to the corruption within the Pod and give up her social ambition. It sounds like an interesting concept right?

Apr 28, Nicole Wang rated it it was amazing Shelves: I did not hate it. I knew Breathe would be original. Most of the time he’s clueless about everything and the only thing he cares about are girls.

Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. There are good, nice people and they might do something for a good cause, but that does not mean that they are the ‘good’ guys because everyone in their mind is ‘good’ and ‘right’.

But as the story progressed she kept disappointing me more and more and now there’s nothing left for me to like here anymore. Set preferences to see our top age-appropriate picks for your kids. Everything would be okay if Alina returned the feelings, but no, she was grieving the boy who got killed because of her. Everything is run by the Ministry, and the Ministry watches everyone.


Easy to read but with serious themes, Breathe is for all fans of future catastrophe and anyone interested in preserving the Earth’s precious natural resources. Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Sep 17, Rusty’s Ghost Engine also known as I did not like it at all. When you read DNF, you probably assumed I hated it. Three teens will leave everything they know behind in Sarah Crossan’s gripping and original dystopian teen novel of danger, longing, and glimmering hope.

I’m not that attached to the characters but they were okay at least. A chapter or two in his perspective showing his confusion at the change of feelings would have made it more gradual and a little more believable but all in all it was sweet and the ending was a hooking climax.

Buy Breathe by Sarah Crossan at Amazon. And although all the ingredients for a tension-filled, action-packed book are there, I had trouble buying into the whole menacing vibe – it felt more like the trio were a bunch of naughty schoolkids that would be grounded, not that their lives sarau in danger.

Breathe by Sarah Crossan – review

There’s so much focus on the romance and less on the ccrossan situations that the characters safah face, and it feels mostly shoved in the reader’s perception.

The underdevelopment isn’t even really a major issue for me, but I did feel like I should mention it. Some of them will probably be answered in the next book, but I really think they were necessary in this one. The story is narrated in first person by Alina, Quinn and Bea, who unfortunately sound identical.

Bea on the other hand is the sweetheart, and had a lot of sympathy for Maude. Yep I realise I’m being completely contradictory.


God fucking damn, he was so whinny and just a plain pain in the ass. View all 23 comments. With only two days’ worth of oxygen in their tanks, the trio must face drifters, outwit soldiers, and come to terms with the brutal strategies of the Resistance. The author also touched on this water issue and it’s all so hazy and cryptic and I was just like “WTF” but I’m pretty sure that’s her hook for the second book in the series.

But is there truth in what Cgossan has told them? It got so good in fact, that i couldn’t put it down. Retrieved from ” http: This isn’t even half of it, but I won’t reveal more as it includes some spoilers.

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I liked that she was a breatne bitch, I really really did. We have Bea who’s Quinns best friend and is madly in love with him, but of course, he doesn’t notice it because he is in love with Alina. And even if the last tree disappears from our planet, the stars will still be up there. I liked all these characters equally, because each had something so important breaathe contribute to the story.

Luckily, we have Bea.

For Your Family Log in Sign me up. Plot Like I said! The only thing I like about this girl is her name, it’s really pretty. Bdeathe runs for three hundred and seventy one pages.