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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I haven’t heard any of the narrator’s work before, but I would definitely add her to my favourites list. Get to Know Us. The different perspective changes with each chapter were brilliant, it allowed me to see into the eyes of all three of the main characters and what they were thinking and how they felt. Let’s apply a little logic just for one moment. This means the available nutrient load in the system would lessen.
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This is a fantastic novel and I am definitely going to download the second book Resist with my next credits. Read more Read less. The poor are barely provided an adequate supply of oxygen to live. When they first arrive a speaker tells them not to move because if they do, the land mines will go off. Years later, society is torn in two, the Premiums and the Auxiliaries.
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Wow, this was messy, weird, and unrealistic; especially, when it was made clear that Breathe was killing any vegetation that would crop fref outside.
If you want to survive, you pay to breathe. While there is no overcoming that this book was based on a bad premise, it is okay if you can come to ignore this fact. Readers are given a more mature view of human nature than in Breathe.
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The relaxing getaway turns serious as the group tries to avoid government forces chasing Alina and heads for the safety of a rebel stronghold. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
Alina’s partner is exposed during an excursion to get clippings from a tree. 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.
I still liked Alina, though at times I got her mixed up with Bea. In the dome, they are stealing clippings and planting them. We start fere with them looking for the refugee camp forgot the name of the place ; that journey alone takes around pages. Great YA Audiobook Would you consider the audio edition of Breathe to be better than the print version? It was the equivalent of the Star Trek red shirts. Where did this magic oxygen come from?
Compared to the first, this book seemed darker and more sinister, and the ending a touch rushed. They were super enriching the oxygen rree the dome? This resulted in an inadequate supply of oxygen to support the earth. He’s stupid, weak and indecisive; he constantly does stupid ship, but manages to get a backbone after pages of stupidity. 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 have another problem with the solution just being planting trees.
Breahhe know they were experimenting on babies, but wouldn’t it be easier to do what the Grove did? I say no because I read Breathe a while ago and couldn’t remember what was supposed to be happening lol! It may no longer rain, and water may no longer be potable.
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It’s not even that they’re wooden, it’s that they’re just there, like satah actors going through the motions. I felt like I knew Maude; I can seriously think of a situation and know how Maude would react. It became obvious that Alina had also been exposed as a member of the resistance.