Breathe (Breathe #1) by Sarah Crossan

My Thoughts:

What I Loved: Dystopian novels are always interesting to me. I loved this novel’s idea. The world has no oxygen; you pay to breathe manufactured air. This book offered insight into a different version of class separation and I found it so intriguing.


How I Felt: I was nervous with the story, so concerned for these teenagers as they set out to change the world, and survive.


To Read or Not To Read: This is a YA novel all the way, and if that is your thing, this is right up your alley! BONUS: It’s a series, so you don’t have to say goodbye to this world after the first book. If you haven’t tried YA, this is an interesting start. It is focused on three teens, but it’s also about a world of people and how they live. It is a great read.


What’s This Book About Anyway?

Breathe is the story of a dystopian world where a catastrophic event has cause oxygen to be depleted from earth. Glass domes were built for humanity to survive in. Oxygen has to be paid for, separating the rich from the poor. Alina, Quinn, and Bea, all from different backgrounds, end up on the outside of the glass domes. They will take a journey through the outside, discovering secrets, and endangering their lives. Can they survive?

Footnotes:

#breathe #sarahcrossan #YAnovel #yaseries #shejustlovesbooks

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