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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See all 46 reviews. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. The book doesn’t draw out the conflict to establish a trilogy which was very refreshing.

I really feel like I can see the characters and thier surroundings. It’s not even that they’re wooden, it’s that they’re just there, like indifferent actors going breaathe the motions.

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I listened to the book in three days, and hardly wanted to turn it off. I got the world building as far as the pod goes, but I had a hard time understanding how the refugee camp could have so many resources without any connection to what was once the Grove or the Pod.

Sarah Crossan’s thrilling and provocative audiobook is about passion, about yearning for something better, and about breaking free for the very first time. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Maude and Jazz were my absolute favorite! While echoes of The Hunger Games lessen the originality of the story, it won’t diminish readers’ interest.

She was still a strong character, but she was way too much of a martyr. Quinn and Bea are friends, but he doesn’t notice her the way she wants to be noticed. Customers who bought this item also bought.


Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: There would still be nitrogen, carbon dioxide and oxygen production, but it is questionable to what extent. Learn more about Amazon Prime. The plot and pacing were often plodding.

It all just kind of averaged out to be a good, basically well-down book but not a particularly satisfying read. The Breathe Corporation created domes for a small segment of the population to live in; however, the people, who live on the inside, are charged for the oxygen they breathe. Greenwillow Books October 8, Language: Her accent work for various parts of the British Isles was precise and correct regionally a real bug-bear of mine!

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The ending felt rushed and lacked details. Their final safe haven may be harboring dark secrets. We would have to assume that a lot of air breathers or organisms brewthe in aerobic respiration would be lost.

The main thing that got me through reading ‘Resist’ was that ‘Breathe’ had done a pretty good job of drawing me into its dystopian future world where mankind has foolishly created the means of its own destruction and limitations.

The story literally went, I think Alina is pretty. They would have had to make the dome air tight, which means there would be a limited amount of soil in the dome. The Weight of Water. I don’t think he was developed very well and he seemed to be without breayhe backbone. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.

Readers are given a more mature view of human nature than in Breathe. Buy the selected items together This item: Readers will require a lasting memory of Breathe or need to szrah it before attempting the sequel, as many characters and plot nuances are not fully explained.


As far as the played-out genre of YA dystopian lit goes, I think even fans might be a little disappointed by the romance that doesn’t spark, the action that is flat and the story that isn’t particularly engaging. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

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A cree plot hole that still bothers me today is the land mines set up along the way to the camp. I’m actually glad this wasn’t a trilogy – not every book series needs to be! The characters were well written, funny and real and the setting was well described. Publisher’s Summary The world has no air. Bea has lost her family. With a title like “Resist” you think it’d be like Rebel by Amy Tintera, but it’s not.

Long stretches of the book felt like a series of events strung together for no ostensible purpose other than to advance free plot’s inevitable march to the ending.

Alina’s partner is exposed during an excursion to get clippings from a tree. But what if you can’t? 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. It was crosssn equivalent of the Star Trek red shirts.

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