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Breathing Underwater (Breathing Underwater, #1) PDF Epub X Breathing Underwater Breathing Underwater, Author Alex Flinn Vinoschilenos Like Father, Like SonIntelligent, Popular, Handsome, And Wealthy, Sixteen Year Old Nick Andreas Is Pretty Much Perfect On The Outside, At Least What No One Knows Not Even His Best Friend Is The Terror That Nick Faces Every Time He Is Alone With His Father Then He And Caitlin Fall In Love, And Nick Thinks His Problems Are Over Caitlin Is The One Person Who He Can Confide In But When Things Start To Spiral Out Of Control, Nick Must Face The Fact That He S Gotten From His Father Than Green Eyes And Money

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  • Paperback
  • 263 pages
  • Breathing Underwater (Breathing Underwater, #1)
  • Alex Flinn
  • English
  • 19 February 2018
  • 0064472574

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  1. says:

    Breathing Underwater is a staple in my clasroom This book is written so well that it becomes the hook for my non reading students I learned about the thought process of someone that abuses mentally and physic...


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    I know if I don t try to type out my feelings now, I will lose what I am thinking feeling.I don t want to say that I didn t like the book, but I have very few good things to say about it Yes, it captured my interest and I read it quickly I wasn t ever bored and anxiously waited to see how it ended There were so many things that I didn t like though.1 I don t like books that are written for YA that try to capture what it is really like in high school I don t want my kids reading those kind I know if I don t try to type out my feelings now, I will lose what I am thinking feeling.I don t want to say that I didn t like the book, but I have very few good things to say about it Yes, it captured my interest and I read it quickly I wasn t ever bored and anxiously waited to see how it ended There were so many things that I didn t like though.1 I don t like books that are written for YA that try to capture what it is really like in high school I don t want my kids reading those kind of books Yes, this may be real life for some, but I hope it isn t real life for my kids I want my kids to be hanging out with their friends from church, not having sex on the weekends It seems like authors that try to write like this write about the minority of high school kids I saw signs posted at the high school that we directed at that say only 3% of high school students drink alcohol regularly or something close to that They are wanting the student body to understand that NOT everyone is...


  3. says:

    In this extraordinary novel by Alex Flinn, we experience a violent teen relationship from the point of view of the boy who beats his girlfriend Nick is everyone s friend and seemingly has a perfect life What his friends don t know is that his father is abusive Before he knows it, Nick finds himself following in his dad s footsteps as he becomes both verbally and physically abusive to his girlfriend Caitlin When Caitlin s parents file a restraining order against him, Nick is forced into a fam In this extraordinary novel by Alex Flinn, we experience a violent teen relationship from the point of view of the boy who beats his girlfriend Nick is everyone s friend and seemingly has a perfect life What his friends don t know...


  4. says:

    Breathing Underwater is about sixteen year old Nick Andreas who leads a double life, most of the time he is a charming, straight A earning football player However, the guys in his anger management class and his ex girlfriend Caitlin know differently They know that Nick is actually an abusive person who has lived under the poor influence of his father This book details his struggle to find himself in the mask of anger that has been controlling him for awhile now.I honestly did NOT want to li Breathing Underwater is about sixteen year old Nick Andreas who leads a double life, most of the time he is a charming, straight A earning football player However, the guys in his anger management class and his ex girlfriend Caitlin know differently They know that Nick is actually an abusive person who has lived under the poor influence of his father This book details his struggle to find himself in the mask of anger that has been controlling him for awhile now.I honestly did NOT want to like this book It seemed to be the type of book that I would natura...


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    A fast simple read that was gripping, shocking and honest.Was this really challenged to be banned from a school This is exactly the type of book that teen girls should be readingyes he s hot, yes he s popular and sexy, but he s mean, he s controlling and he hits you, this is not a romantic relationship you want to be in.Even though the entire book is from the abusers POV and Flinn gave us hope for his character by the end, she made her girl SMART and able to do the right thing once the da A fast simple read that was gripping, shocking and honest.Was this really challenged to be banned from a school This is exactly the type of book that teen girls should be readingyes he s hot, yes he s popular and sexy, but he s mean, he s controlling and he hits you, this is not a ...


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    It makes me sad that a book about teenage violence has become required reading for all freshman at North High, where my kids attend On the other hand, I m glad that someone took the time to write a book about such a serious and much needed topic I m sure that the author wrote it thinking that if she could make a difference in even one person s life it would be well worth it I feel that if the reading of this book is accompanied with a great deal of classroom discussion it could prove to be v It makes me sad that a book about teenage violence has become required reading for all freshman at North High, where my kids attend On the other hand, I m glad that someone took the time to write a book about such a serious and much needed topic I m sure that the author wrote it thinking that if she could make a difference in even one person s life it would be well worth it I feel that if the reading of this book is accompanied with a great deal of classroom discussion it could prove to be very helpful to kids who are prone to violence or kids who are victims of violence This is not your typical book about abuse because it s from the abuser s point of view It takes you on a journey inside the mind of Nick Andreas a 16 year old, who grows up in an upper class neighborhood in Miami FL Once you get to know him y...


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    Sadly, this book may be a work of fiction but in many ways it isn t I know people in similar situations or even someone like Nick It s not fun It s sad to think growing up in a hostile home and not having the love from your parents that you need can mold you into a certain person who lashes out on the ones who care most about them girlfriends boyfriends and friends It s a hard cycle to break and there s only two routes that it could end up at I think this book could be very helpful for ce Sadly, this book may be a work of fiction but in many ways it isn t I know people in similar s...


  8. says:

    This book made me think and feel so much It could ve been improved storywise and characterwise but it gets its message across really well, and the main concept of the story is portrayed perfectly It made you feel sad for all types of character...


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    Cassi Davila12 13Breathing UnderwaterAlex Flinn263 pgs.Sep 6,200910Nick Andreas was a confused young man I believe he really loved Caitlin, and that he changed and was willing to love again But I do believe Caitlin had every right to make the decision to not trust him again I wouldn t She was hurt and Nick did everything in his power to make her feel inferior to him That makes me furious as a young woman reading this book, but by the end of the book i feel sympathetic towards him because h Cassi Davila12 13Breathing UnderwaterAlex Flinn263 pgs.Sep 6,200910Nick Andreas was a confused young man I believe he really loved Caitlin, and that he changed and was willing to love again But I do believe Caitlin had every right to make the decision to not trust him again I wouldn t She was hurt and Nick did everything in his power to make her feel inferior to him That makes me furious as a young woman reading this book, but by the end of the book i feel sympathetic towards him because he realized what he did It wasn t his fault that he grew up to be like that, it was his father s And the fact that he did not have a mother to teach him how to treat a woman He had no right to hit a woman But his backround does make you understand that you shouldn t judge before ...


  10. says:

    Wow This book makes me a little sick to my stomach And it hurts It hurts a lot It s the story of an abusive relationship, but rather than the voice of the girl, the victim, we are in the head of the boyfriend, the abuser And I surprisingly found myself not sympathetic, exactly, but something I felt for him, wished he d open his eyes to things, realize how hurtful and cruel he was He also demonstrated some stellar character growth Not enough that I think Caitlin should ever go back to Wow This book makes me a little sick to my stomach And it hurts It hurts a lot It s the story of an abusive relationship, but rather th...

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