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Other books in this series. I liked this book right up to the ending where the author sort of dropped the ball. The ending felt rushed croesan lacked details. Resist Breathe Book 2.

These gases are poisonous to humans. This sequel and finale should satisfy all the fans of Breathe. 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! See all Editorial Reviews. The characters were well written, funny and real and the setting was well described. Wow, this was messy, weird, and unrealistic; especially, frfe it was made clear that Breathe was killing any vegetation that would crop up outside. breatbe

Quin makes a lot of immature choices and easily falls in love. If this was all that was needed, why weren’t people out there planting trees like mad men before the domes had to be put up? I also could not get into Alina. It’s brought up that Jazz is her daughter, but we never understand how this is the case.

There is a sequel available now but I am still undecided on whether I’ll bother continuing – not because Breathe was ‘bad’ but because I’m not sufficiently driven or invested enough. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Alina is a member of the resistance.


See what I mean about middling? I think I would’ve enjoyed having ‘Breathe’ and ‘Resist’ simply rolled together into one book; if you go too long after reading ‘Breathe’, you might forget some important details by the time you read ‘Resist’.

Breathe by Sarah Crossan – review

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The world has no air. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. While Ffee realize the author is not a scientist and this is a YA book, I hate when problems are dumbed down.

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The ending of the book was much better than the beginning. Breathe avoided many of the pitfalls I dislike in YA dystopian fiction but also never managed to hit any of the powerful high-notes I expect either.

Review quote “This joins the ranks of Roth’s Divergent and Wells’ Partials as a provocative, character-driven, and action-packed dystopian series opener to watch out for.

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. By the time the action starts we’re down to the last 50 or so pages.

The author tells us why the despotic regime exists, but it felt like it had been plopped down. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. If you want to live, you pay to breathe.

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This was a good ending sequel to the first book, Breathe. Anytime a particularly offensive character was ‘speaking’, Brreathe was completely taken out of the feee. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Just as good as the first book, Breathe! Join the site and send us your review! Structurally, the book is broken into five parts, with Part V a few pages of epilogue albeit satisfying epilogue. Buy the selected items together This item: I loved brsathe 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; it was like one second he was infatuated with Alina and the next he was suddenly in love with his best friend.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. I also think the author needed to spend more time establishing what happened to all the oxygen in the first place. It sarag just kind of averaged out to be a good, basically well-down book but not a particularly satisfying read. Quinn’s a Premium who’s never had to worry about having enough air. When oxygen levels plunge in a treeless world, a state lottery decides who will live inside the pod. Croszan would have had to make the dome air tight, which means there would be a limited amount of soil in the dome.

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