BREATHING UNDERWATER BY ALEX FLINN PDF

BREATHING UNDERWATER BY ALEX FLINN PDF

Don’t miss this timely contemporary young adult novel from Alex Flinn, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beastly, about a teenage boy’s struggle to. It was only a slap. Well, maybe more than one. And maybe Nick used his fist at the end when the anger got out of control. But his girlfriend Caitlin deserved. Look for Diva, the sequel to Breathing Underwater. Breathing Underwater’s Honors and Awards “Alex Flinn is not yet a staple of young adult literature.

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Now Nick must confront his inner demons to stop the history of violence from repeating itself. Ninth Grade Slays 2. So I apologize in Telling her that stuff was a mistake. Nice, quick read; I did it in underwzter sitting. Sixteen year old Nick thinks that everyone is overreacting. May 20, Amy rated it it was amazing.

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Showing of reviews. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The book was all based off of love, or in this case old love. Until then, I felt like this book was about a jerk who ended up realizing his errors and wanting to change.

After all, he said he was sorry. It makes me sad that a book about teenage violence has become required reading for all freshman at North High, where my kids attend. I want my kids to be hanging out with their friends from church, not having sex on the weekends. Throughout the whole read, I was fascinated by the way Flinn organized the story. View all 21 comments. I can’t wait to see what happens in Diva!!!

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One of which is trying to get Caitlin back because he still loves her. A fast simple read that was gripping, shocking and undefwater. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.

Breathing Underwater

It’s okay not to finish your novel in high school. I may read it again because I want to know every detail of this book.

This book is written mostly through Nick’s journal entries. Their relationship was complicated as Caitlyn wanted a restraining order. I went to the library and took out books on writing. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. May 15, Gabriel rated it really liked it. He grew and matured a lot and he began to take responsibility for his actions, to understand where he went wrong and that what he was doing WAS wrong.

There are lots of books written about dating violence but this book is very important and note worthy because it is from the point of view of the abusive boyfriend.

I would also recommend all young women to read this book. The ending scene with Nick’s best friend rings a bit hollow, but as Nick’s past comes to light, both the circumstances and his owning up to his actions carry heavy emotional weight in this gripping tale. I have been in an abusive relationship before and this book was helpful. Ashes in the Snow Movie Tie-In. While I have a bio on Goodreads as a service to my readers, I do not visit Goodreads on a regular basis. There was no time spent on the change.

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Teenage love is a strange thing but, when it’s all you want, it can be very scary. I could kill it if I wanted.

Set in Miami and told in a split narrative, the novel juxtaposes Nick’s journal entries about his past relationship with Caitlin alongside the current challenges of going back to school with his friends turned against him, his counseling sessions and life with his father.

I am going to sleep on it, and I may change my mind tomorrow!! So I concentrate, really concentrate, on making my face a mask. He also has to deal with the anger management classes including the teacher, his peers and himself. However, I did like that it was from the abusers perspective and shows that tlinn can aelx the cycle if you take responsibility and learn to be a better bretahing.

But to create change like I suspect the author was trying to do, I think it fails miserably. According to him, what went on between them wasn’t anyone’s business, including that counselor and the room of freaks he’s been told to sit with everyday of the week.

And he never should.