Thursday, 11 April 2013

Review - The Air We Breathe

The Air We Breathe
By Christa Parrish
Publisher: Bethany House
Pub. Date: November 1, 2012
ISBN: 978-0764205552
Pages: 352


After changing their names and leaving their past behind them, seventeen-year-old, Molly Fisk, and her mother are starting to rebuild their lives. Molly would love to enjoy life like other teens, but due to some childhood trauma, anxiety holds her back from stepping outside her house.

She longs for friendship or even a boyfriend. Life is full of surprises as Molly runs into a unique girl, Claire Rodriguez, a once silent girl that Molly was friends with back in her old life, where Claire and her mother suddenly vanished without saying goodbye.

Molly and Claire have more things in common than they know and together they may be able to help each other heal their emotional wounds and regain their faith.

I had received this book free from the publisher late last year and I hate to admit that I let the book collect dust on a shelf until I picked it up a few days ago. The author does a remarkable job creating an intriguing plot with characters I cared about. I suffer from shyness and anxiety issues, so I naturally connected with Molly. Overall, The Air We Breathe is one of my favorite reads this year and I highly recommend it to others.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. 

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