Breathe, Annie, Breathe

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Annie has always been terrible at running. But after her boyfriend died before he could complete a marathon, Annie signs up to run it in his honor. She blames herself for his death, and she’s hoping that running for him will help her to move on. Before long, Annie finds herself loving the routines and schedules that come with training for a race. And when she starts getting to know Jeremiah, her coach’s younger brother, she starts to fall for him, which is both confusing and painful to a girl who is still grieving her last love. Fighting against her own body and her heart, Annie is not sure she’s ready to open up again.

Miranda Kenneally has created a novel that is touching on many different levels with Breathe, Annie, Breathe. Annie is in a lot of pain, both mentally from the loss of her boyfriend and physically due to the strict training schedule she has imposed upon herself, and the way she lashes out against those she loves will resonate with every reader. The complex relationships between Annie and her family, Jeremiah, and even her former best friend add depth that make this book about so much more than a girl trying to run a race.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Sourcebooks Fire
Publish Date 2014-Jul-15
ISBN 9781402284793 Buy this Book
Issue January 2015
Category Young Adult


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