Una ragione per amare
Publish date: November 27th 2013
Publisher: Newton Compton
Pages no: 422
Edition language: Italian
Series: Breathing (#1)
if you're thinking about reading this here's what you should know: you will read the word "breathe" many many times. so just be prepared. you will "HATE..hate, hate , double hate . Loathe entirely..." Carol. (every time I read the name Carol I get this image of "Carol" from The Walking dead....
Reason to breathe shows you the struggle Emma goes through at home being abused. But it also shows you how she's constantly being hurt so she learned to shut off her emotions and not let anyone get close to her until Evan comes along. We also see the romantic relationship evolve between them, along ...
PJV Quickie: I have mixed feelings about Reason to Breathe: on the one hand it pulled me in and kept me reading (and reading, and reading, aaaannnnddd reading), to see how things would end, but on the other hand, I had some problems with it that left me frustrated throughout the book. Review: Emma...
Worst. Ending. Ever. I am so depressed right now. Heads up to people that don't like cliffhangers. I don't even want to get into it right now. Maybe later.
The most incredibly emotional young adult book ever. The very most incredible story. Period.