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Susannah Ramos has always loved the water A swimmer whose early talent made her a world champion Susannah was poised for greatness in a sport that demands so much of its young But an inexplicable slowdown has put her dream in jeopardy and Susannah is fighting to keep her career afloat when two. How hard will you push to achieve your dreams and what will you sacrifice to achieve them These uestions are at the core of Anna Jarzab's Breath Like WaterAll Susannah has known for as long as she can remember is swimming She dreams of going to the Olympics a dream she felt even closer to when she won a world championship at age 14 But when her body starts to slow down and change as she gets older she wonders if her chance is over or whether she should listen to her overbearing coach and push harderWhen a new coach comes to the swimming club Susannah wants nothing to do with her until she realizes that her uniue training techniues may take her where she needs to go It’s a delicate balance between self belief and recognizing the limits of her bodyI feel like I'm one person in the water and another on dry land Me on land is still hesitant and uncertain; having faith is hard for her and so is letting go But me in the water the girl Beth found beneath the rubble She's elegant and powerful and fastMeanwhile when she meets Harry another talented swimmer she wonders whether continuing to push herself for a dream she might never achieve is worth not taking a chance to follow her heart But Harry has secrets of his own which also threaten to weigh Susannah down She doesn’t understand why she can’t have it all but if she has to choose what’s the right choice not just for her but for those she cares aboutThis really was a thought provoking story and Anna Jarzab does a great job in making you feel the tension of Susannah’s choices But at its core Breath Like Water is powerfully emotional as you ride both the highs and the lows that these characters experienceI’m honored to have been part of the blog tour for this book NetGalley Inkyard Press and Harleuin Teen provided me with an advance copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased review Thanks for making it availableCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2019 at Check out my list of the best books of the decade at all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomFollow me on Instagram at

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Breath Like WaterY is facing challenges of his own and even as their bond draws them closer together other forces work to tear them apart As she struggles to balance her needs with those of the people who matter most to her Susannah will learn the cost and the beauty of trying to achieve something extraordinar. Thank you to the publisher Inkyard Press for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my ownI read most of the book in one day staying up until 2 o’clock in the morning just to finish it It wasn’t because I was so hooked on the story instead I kept seeing all this potential and held out hope that the story might improve or at least find its centreI checked out a few other reviews in this story and I must warn you this is going to be a very unpopular opinion coming your wayAccording to these said reviews there was all this stuff that was still meant to happen before the story came to a conclusion and I waited patiently I know very uncharacteristic of me to see where the author was taking this story and me as a readerI can confirm that yes a lot happens and that is exactly one of the issues I had with it; too much is going on More on that a little laterFor now I need to try and focus on making sense of the characters at least enough to bring my opinion across in a relatively coherent and intelligible wayI didn’t get the protagonist Creatively speaking she contradicted her own personality traits and characteristics Speaking as a reader I have to admit it was impossible to relate to her at all And I triedfor 400 pagesShe was rude selfish self centred a control freak and a mess that couldn’t see past her own nose All of these are fine to have in a character but I suspect that the reader was supposed to feel for her and with her I couldn’t do that There was not even one remotely redeemable uality that could have enticed me to do so And again I triedThere are stories that have unlikeable characters but there are meant to be unlikeable and the reader gets to see their struggle the typical person vs themselves plot that has us slowly root for this character feel for them and with them hoping they could make the changes they want to make in order to better their livesNot in this one Plus I wasn’t uite sure what most of the secondary characters were supposed to accomplish in relation to the protagonistNone of them were ever allowed to get close to the protagonist except for one you’ll get to read a lot about that particular characterThere were no real bonds nothing that made the protagonist seem human I think I know why the author chose to do so; it just didn’t work very wellMoving on because I can go on forever the narration was just too much It was narrated in the first person view which is fine it’s meant to give the reader greater insights into the protagonist’s mind and emotions but in this case it was too muchAgain it accomplished the exact opposite of what it was meant to accomplish We were supposed to get close to the protagonist but the narration was so convoluted that it became tiresome and tedious to read Every single scene had a very long description of how the protagonist felt and what she thought Too muchAlso the narrative style was much mature than the protagonist was It clashed and gave the illusion the one narrating wasn’t actually the one present in the story It felt offAs I said in the beginning this had a lot of potential I appreciated sensitive and difficult issues being addressed in a young adult novel but there were so many of themThe story tried to wear too many hats tried to address too many issues at once and it got messy and tiresome to follow I know in real life we have to deal with a whole bunch of issues at once too but for the purpose of story writing it isn’t the best approachThe story gets clogged up and loses itself and at the end I wasn’t even sure what I had been reading any Overall there was enough potential to make this a wonderful raw gritty and powerful young adult story but it lost itself along the way As I said there were some issues that I appreciated having been addressed and for that I’m giving this book an extra star in my rating I just wished the author could have decided on a few and really go with themSadly this one wasn’t for meElliotScribbles

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Read Þ Breath Like Water 105 ï [PDF / Epub] ★ Breath Like Water By Anna Jarzab – Susannah Ramos has always loved the water A swimmer whose early talent made her a world champion Susannah was poised for greatness in a sport that demands so much of its young But an inexplicable slow Susannah Ramos has always loved tImportant people enter her life a new coach with a Breath Like PDF or revolutionary training strategy and a charming fellow swimmer named Harry MatthewsAs Susannah begins her long and painful climb back to the top her friendship with Harry blossoms into passionate and supportive love But Harr. It's after 1 pm and I have done nothing today besides finish this book I have no regrets 🌊I got an ARC of this and I am so glad I did I had not seen it before picking it up but as someone who swims competitively this spoke to my soul 🌊This book follows a girl named Susannah that was a super fast swimmer when she was young but recently she has been experiencing a slow down She is still working her butt off in and out of the pool but nothing is really helping Then she meets a boy and a new swim coach comes into her life and things start to turn around🌊There is so much to unpack in this and you can definitely read it if you aren't a swimmer but I got so much out of it since I have experienced so many of the feelings that Susannah deals with and so much of the stuff that she deals with being a competitive swimmer Susannah's coach Dave I have never encountered anything like him and I am so glad 🌊This is the perfect summer read There is sports great friendships a SUPER sweet romance a diverse cast of characters a huge but also warm family dynamic I just a love it so so much This comes out in May Do not miss it 5 out of 5 splashingly good stars✨i have no idea what that means either