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Breathe Paperback – 7 Jan 2005

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Product details

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Phoenix; New edition edition (7 Jan. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0753820366
  • ISBN-13: 978-0753820360
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,678,783 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Breathe" fuses gothic angst with something more sinisterly existenial...A short, dark account of the hothouse atmosphere of tortured adolescence and overheated relationships. "Metro (UK)"

["Breathe"] belongs squarely in the mainstream of precocious chamber novels by teenage authors....[It] catches the febrile passion of adolescent bonds with eerie intensity, and shows genuine, unsettling promise. "The Independent Magazine (UK)"

Brasme's potent debut spirals through the teenage psyche like the faultlines before a quake, featuring a heroine who could be Camus' sinister little sister. Strange and dark and gleaming as a jewel--and truly quite impossible to forget. "Caroline Leavitt, author of Girls in Trouble""

Breathe fuses gothic angst with something more sinisterly existenial...A short, dark account of the hothouse atmosphere of tortured adolescence and overheated relationships. Metro (UK)

[Breathe] belongs squarely in the mainstream of precocious chamber novels by teenage authors....[It] catches the febrile passion of adolescent bonds with eerie intensity, and shows genuine, unsettling promise. The Independent Magazine (UK)

Brasme's potent debut spirals through the teenage psyche like the faultlines before a quake, featuring a heroine who could be Camus' sinister little sister. Strange and dark and gleaming as a jewel--and truly quite impossible to forget. Caroline Leavitt, author of Girls in Trouble

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-Breathe fuses gothic angst with something more sinisterly existenial...A short, dark account of the hothouse atmosphere of tortured adolescence and overheated relationships.- --Metro (UK)

-[Breathe] belongs squarely in the mainstream of precocious chamber novels by teenage authors....[It] catches the febrile passion of adolescent bonds with eerie intensity, and shows genuine, unsettling promise.- --The Independent Magazine (UK)

-Brasme's potent debut spirals through the teenage psyche like the faultlines before a quake, featuring a heroine who could be Camus' sinister little sister. Strange and dark and gleaming as a jewel--and truly quite impossible to forget.- --Caroline Leavitt, author of Girls in Trouble



"Breathe fuses gothic angst with something more sinisterly existenial...A short, dark account of the hothouse atmosphere of tortured adolescence and overheated relationships." --Metro (UK)

"[Breathe] belongs squarely in the mainstream of precocious chamber novels by teenage authors....[It] catches the febrile passion of adolescent bonds with eerie intensity, and shows genuine, unsettling promise." --The Independent Magazine (UK)

"Brasme's potent debut spirals through the teenage psyche like the faultlines before a quake, featuring a heroine who could be Camus' sinister little sister. Strange and dark and gleaming as a jewel--and truly quite impossible to forget." --Caroline Leavitt, author of Girls in Trouble

--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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A brilliantly fresh and provocative first novel

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