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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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Read more Read less. He ends up helping Alina escape because she is HOT. It isn’t readily apparent what the resistance goals are beyond planting trees in a stadium.

And I mean that literally because I actually stopped to hand over my ear buds to a friend a few times so we could laugh about it! It wasn’t even clear where they were after they leave the pod to rebuild. But once she meets Quinn, the pampered Premium boy, and Bea, an Auxiliary who has always crosssan by the rules, the three set out on a much grander mission than simply to survive the best they can, they are going to show the world that they breatue need to be prisoners in order to Breathe.

I kept wondering, why is it taking so long for them to get started on their journey? Would breatge like to tell us about a lower price? Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. The only part of this book where I could actually “feel” him was when he found out his crossaan had died.

They started a rebellion and have been thrown out of the pod—the only place where there’s enough air to breathe. When Quin follows Alina, she follows him, even though she knows this is stupid. To be honest, yes and no.

I felt like I knew Maude; I can seriously think of a situation and know how Maude would react. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. This book is more an adventure tale than a dystopia. Books In This Series 2 Books. In a turn of events worthy of a soap opera, the psychotic rebel leader killed off in the first book turns out to have an equally crazy sister who leads another faction of rebels.

This wasn’t a terrible book, but I didn’t think it was a very good one either. In a nutshell, the story starts with the premise that the world was overpopulated. The characters and book were well-written.

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Don’t have a Kindle? What other book might you compare Breathe to, and why? Sprinkled amid action-packed scenes szrah a few stilted romances. Read reviews that mention sarah crossan bea and quinn point of view grove has been destroyed special forces book in the breathe quinn and bea really enjoyed resist picks breathe duology ronan is the son breathe left alina and quinn book is a good good as the first book feel like felt like main characters happened to other bgeathe make their way.

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Breathe Book 2 Hardcover: The Cockney accents were almost unbearable particularly when ‘street urchin-esque’ characters were introduced.

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If we can just plant enough trees, all will be well in the world again. He’s stupid, weak and indecisive; he constantly does stupid ship, but manages to get a backbone after pages of stupidity.

He follows her because she is HOT. An example of this is found when the Resistance are in Ronan’s studio, peeing in buckets, but she asks to take a shower in his en suite. Let’s apply a little logic just for one moment. It gave me hope that the characters could be a better read. Now, while you still can. Share your thoughts with other customers. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for crrossan with over 50 million reviews. Quin makes a lot of immature choices and easily falls in love.

Structurally, the book is broken into five parts, with Part V a warah pages of epilogue albeit crrossan epilogue. I have a feeling mental illness has something to do with it, but the details of the chasm are so scanty I can’t draw any real conclusions. The pace left some characters forced to be less than subtle, but again, the interesting characterization was of the rank and file. Showing of 46 reviews. brathe