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Overview: Breathe

Breathe by Elena Dillon is the first book in the breather series but it is a stand alone novel.It was published in December 2012 and is the winner of 2012 D'tale Rone Award for Young Adult and Nichols Young Adult Award.It is a powerful story of a 16 year old girl named jasmine who is ready to change her life.she wants to move on after her sister was murdered by a serial killer almost 2 years ago.

Her family moves to Lafayettte, Louisiana and things starts to look up for them until creepy stuff starts taking place which leaves her thinking if she is the one in danger now.This book will draw you in from the very first line "Most days I can almost forget someone murdered my sister." and will hold your interest till the very last line.It is an extremely fast passed book with a protagonist you can't help but fall in love with.The story follows Jasmine's struggle to achieve normalcy in her life admits her sister's murder, switching towns, changing schools and making new friends.She is a very strong female character and the novel is inspiring and a complete page turner.

The characters and events are depicted beautifully and are relatable to real life experiences.The villain of the story is very cold and calculation which makes the story nail biting and gripping.Euston is like a breath of fresh air in Jasmine's life and is her savior.The love story between Euston and Jasmine is depicted very realistically.The book is full of pranks, leg pulling and normal girl talk.Despite having a very convincing story line this book deals with issues like panic attacks and the struggle to make new friends which are faced by teenagers around the world.

The book has a page count of 190, weighs only 213 grams and is small enough measuring 20.3 cm x 12.7 cm x 1.1 cm to be easily carried in hand or bag.So make sure you have your book with you whether you are traveling to work or on a vacation and enjoy hours of reading and relaxing.

About the author :

Elena Dillon lives in a suburb of Los Angeles with her husband, three kids and three dogs.She is a self confessed nerd and has been writing since early years but has only recently opened up about her love for writing to her family and friends.Her husband says she loves writing about Young Adult Romantic Suspense because she has not matured past age 15 and loves the charm about first love.Elena has lived her whole life in California because she likes the weather there and despises cold weather.Her books include Exhale, Breathe, Shimmer and crushing.

This enchanting story of story of courage and recovery is available as a paper back book exclusively at at an unbeatable price. Refer to the ISBN code 0988635321 .

Features: Breathe

  • Elena Dillon
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date June 12, 2013
Publisher Elena Dillon
Contributor(s) Elena Dillon
Binding Paperback
Page Count 238
ISBN 10 0988635321
ISBN 13 9780988635326
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 213 grams
Product Dimensions 12.7 cm x 1.5 cm x 20.3 cm
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  1.  Just Another Twilight-esque Story 5 March, 2014 On
    What you should (probably) know about Breathe:

    - The book totally, TOTALLY reminded me of Twilight. It probably had to do with this scene at the beginning, in a parking lot, where Jasmine faints and Easton swoops in out of nowhere and catches her before she falls. Ring any bells? Any similarities? Okay, maybe it's just me. And she has the propensity to get light headed, which (again) reminded me of Bella holding her breath, and Edward always reminding her, 'Breathe, Bella.' in his oh-so-wonderful-like-music voice.

    - The 'romance' and 'family' part of the story outweighs the 'mystery murderer' part of the story. That gives the book a light feel, which is nice while it lasts, but feels abrupt like where-the-heck-did-you-come-from when the mystery part pops its head out.

    - Jasmine just CANNOT take a compliment to save her life. Really, I kind of get it, because I know I tend to be a bit like that, but this female takes it so far, that it gets annoying.

    - The family camaraderie is so beautiful to read. With her elder sister gone, it falls on Jasmine to take the lead with her siblings, and though she resents the responsibility at times, she doesn't slack off. There are some very elaborate scenes that depict the pranks that Jasmine and her brother play on each other, and those are fun! Her little brother was by far my favourite character in the book, really.

    - Usually, in suspense novels, the perpetrator of the crime ends up being one of the main characters or at least someone who has been shown throughout the book, so that a relationship is established between the victim and the perpetrator (it's also probably because the jaw-drop factor is higher). But in Breathe, the murderer is someone that is introduced (in person, that is) at the fag end of the book, and from there everything escalates very rapidly.

    - I felt the title wasn't very appropriate. Breathing is something that is essential for living, and thus I feel if anyone uses it as a title for a book, the book should be sufficiently intense (like Reason To Breathe by Rebecca Donovan). Needless to say, Breathe was not an intense book. But then again, this is just my opinion.

    - By the way, I just remembered, even Jasmine admits at one point of the book that it sounds like Twilight. So maybe it's not just me ;)
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