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Breathe, Annie, Breathe (Hundred Oaks Book 5) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Miranda Kenneally

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From the bestselling author of Catching Jordan comes a brand new contemporary YA you won't forget.

The finish line is only the beginning...

Annie hates running. No matter how far she jogs, she can't escape the guilt that if she hadn't broken up with Kyle, he might still be alive. So to honor his memory, she starts preparing for the marathon he intended to race.

But the training is even more grueling than Annie could have imagined. Despite her coaching, she's at war with her body, her mind-and her heart. With every mile that athletic Jeremiah cheers her on, she grows more conflicted. She wants to run into his arms...and sprint in the opposite direction. For Annie, opening up to love again may be even more of a challenge than crossing the finish line.

"Breathe, Annie, Breathe is an emotional, heartfelt, and beautiful story about finding yourself after loss and learning to love. It gave me so many feels. Her best book yet." — Jennifer L. Armentrout, New York Times bestselling author of Wait for You


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1795 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 319 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1402284799
  • Verlag: Sourcebooks Fire (15. Juli 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00JPPNT68
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #85.322 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Breathe, Annie, Breathe is filled with great writing and relatable characters. 23. Juli 2014
Von toobusyreading - Veröffentlicht auf
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Breathe, Annie, Breathe is filled with great writing and relatable characters. Honestly Miranda is a phenomenal writer and I enjoy her stories. Her writing makes things feel so real and that keeps me picking up her books. Her books are all set in the same town and it is fun to see the character's lives intersect.

I just wish she would leave out some of the sexual content and explicit language that I do not appreciate in young adult books. This is the 3rd book in the Hundred Oaks Series that I have read. I picked up this book knowing that there would be some content in it. But there was a lot of content and that left me debating whether or not the entire experience is actually worth it. One minute I think I'm done with her books but recognize that I will likely waffle when the next book comes out and read it anyway.

So is this for you? Depends on what you like in your young adult books. If you don't mind language and sexual content then you will likely enjoy this. If it bothers you then this one is not for you.

Rating: 3.5 Stars - Good Book

Content: explicit language including the F word. Lots of sexual content... innuendo, roaming hands, and sex. I would classify this as new adult, NOT young adult but I'm a very conservative reader.

Source: Review copy via Netgalley
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An emotionally compelling new novel by Kenneally that fans of Hundred Oaks are sure to love! 18. August 2014
Von Nicole Hewitt - Veröffentlicht auf
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I won Breathe, Annie, Breathe from Goodreads First Reads (after I'd already gotten it from NetGalley!) and was very excited to read it because I'd heard a lot of buzz about it at BEA. Then I realized that it was the fifth book in a series!! Now, I will say that this actually is one of those books that you could read as a standalone - you really wouldn't be missing much besides some fun references to past characters. But I CAN'T DO IT! I always feel like I'm missing out, so I had to go read the first four books before I could start in on this one. Well, I breezed through all four easily (these books are exceptionally quick reads) and I'm so glad I got to know all of these characters! I think Breathe, Annie, Breathe was my favorite Hundred Oaks book yet!

The synopsis describes the book well, so I'm going to skip right to my review.


Annie's story.
I was completely drawn into Annie's story. We find out about Kyle's death early in the book, but the history between Annie and Kyle and the story of what actually happened to him is revealed slowly throughout the book. Annie's heartbreak over Kyle was palpable - and it made this book really resonate with me. She was trying so hard to honor him by running the marathon, even though the training was torture for her. Then, the added confusion over her feelings for Jeremiah just compounded her pain. Annie's story was messy - certainly not always pretty - which is just the way it should be!

The marathon.
Last year, my husband ran his first marathon and I can attest to the fact that the training is grueling! Kenneally did a fantastic job of portraying Annie's pain throughout the marathon training process. While Annie's physical issues were different than my husband's were, I know firsthand (well, okay, secondhand) that this type of training is ridiculously intense and incredibly hard on your body. Since I, like Annie, am NOT a runner, I could totally imagine what it was like for her - how torturous the process would be and how she would totally WANT to quit, even while wanting desperately to complete the race for Kyle.

The relationships.
This book explored not just the romance between Jeremiah and Annie (which I loved), but also her relationships with her friends and family. How did Annie's relationship with Kyle affect her friendships? How did his death affect her relationship with her family - and his family? These questions and more were explored in a realistic way. This book wasn't only about the romance between the two main characters!

Old friends.
This book wove in A LOT of characters from the previous books, so we got to see how their lives are progressing. Matt, Jake, Savannah, Vanessa, Rory, Jordan, Sam - they're all here! And, of course, Jeremiah is Matt's brother, who we got a glimpse of in Stealing Parker. I love seeing these old characters tied into each new story!

The negatives:

Jeremiah's issues.
I don't want to go into what Jeremiah's issues actually were, but this was the one area where I was a bit unsure. First I thought maybe everybody was making a big deal out of nothing, but then as the book went on, I could kind of see where they were coming from a bit more. I still thought everyone was being a bit overprotective of him (but that was redeemed somewhat in the end). My main problem is that there was this little niggling worry at the back of my mind that Jeremiah's issues might not really be permanently solved and they might cause Annie pain at some point in the future. But that's realism, not fiction - I just needed to let it go!

Breathe, Annie, Breathe is an emotionally compelling examination of love and loss that will make you want to embrace the things that make life worth living! I give it 4.5/5 stars.

***Disclosure: This book was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own***
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kenneally's Best Book Yet! 15. Juli 2014
Von Lili's Reflections - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is my favorite Kenneally book yet. There, I said it! It feels so good to finally announce this to the world! This was one of my first post-BEA reads and I felt like all the feels that this book gave me have been waiting to be unleashed for what feels like forever. But seriously though, this book made me feel ALL THE FEELS. With several characters from previous novels making appearances, this is a super enjoyable read.

Annie is perhaps one of the easiest main characters to get behind ever. Despite being a terrible runner, she is training for a marathon to run on behalf of her ex-boyfriend. Her ex unfortunately has passed away and she blames herself. This guilt haunts her so she has to do something for him and since he was training to run this very marathon when he passed, it's only right for her to do this in his honor. It's hard not to respect her, right? This novel is her journey to self-acceptance and realizing that it's okay to grieve, but first love is not your only love and you can find love again.

The love interest, Jeremiah, is someone who may or may not be familiar to readers, if you catch my drift. I happened to love him. A supreme adrenaline junkie, he is constantly putting himself in harms way to get his blood pumping faster. He craves this feeling above all else. A reformed "man-whore" he is now doing everything in his power to be on good terms with his family and keep his job as the pacer for his older brother, Matt, and his new marathon training camp.

There, he meets Annie and both of their worlds are completely turned upside down. While their romance sparks in a really unique manner, you can't help but see that Annie is desperate for romantic attention that she doesn't think he deserves and Jere is trying to find a girl who understands him that he can really, truly be with. Their journey to love is a special one and it is so well done I can't help but applaud Kenneally for how real it seems. There are ups and downs, many mistakes, an abundance of cuteness, and struggles with coming to terms with one's self worth while the other overcomes an adrenaline addiction. And, in the end, there's perhaps the sweetest love imaginable--both romantically and for running. Man, I need myself a Jeremiah. On a side note, I absolutely adore his name!

The ending, in my opinion, was perfect for this novel. However, it came way too soon. Not because there are pacing issues, but because I connected so much with this story that I wasn't ready to say goodbye to Annie and Jeremiah. I want to follow their journey specifically. While I know there will be more books in this series, I want more books about them. This just emphasizes how well characterized they are.

This book will give any reader a love of running and a huge adoration for this cast of characters. It will only reaffirm previous loves in the series, too. Though this book can be read as a stand-alone, I recommend reading the previous novels so you can smile at the little things and appreciate the novel even more as a whole. There's literally nothing negative I can say about this one. Kenneally has stolen my heart and took off running with it.

Warning: There is sexual instances, cussing, and under-age drinking in this novel.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Such an impressive book 17. Juli 2014
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Breathe Annie Breathe is the 5th book in the Hundred Oaks series, but it can be read as a standalone. I am going to tell you guys a dirty dirty secret of mine...I haven't read the books in the Hundred Oaks series yet. Shh! Please don't throw tomatoes. I have the first two books sitting on my kindle, but review books just took over my life and they just haven't been read yet. BUT, the good news is, I can attest that Breathe Annie Breathe can completely be read as a standalone. And I loved it! I am completely kicking myself in the butt for putting off the rest of the series for so long. I will be reading the rest of the books as soon as possible.

Annie is a tough young lady. That is what struck me the most about her. She had this amazing sweet sweet boyfriend for most of highschool, and he died. And she is carrying around guilt for that. I just felt awful for her. Before he lost his life way too soon, he was training for a marathon. So in his honor, Annie decides that she is going to train and run the marathon in his honor. Just reading about it made me tear up. I loved that this is how she chose to honor him. And I loved how the whole town got behind her. That takes strength and dedication. She signed up for a training coach.

I loved how the book progressed through her weekly runs with her running group and coach. It was nice to be able to meet some of the other runners in her group and get to know them a little as well. Liza was a nice surprise. I'm glad that the love interest was not her training coach, but rather his younger brother- little adrenaline junkie that he is. Their friendship was interesting to say the least. I loved watching the two of them interact. I completely see what all the hype is with Miranda's books. She is just a talented author. She writes characters that you just want to grab lunch with, be friends with and hug. I want to hug all of the characters. Annie comes such a long way from page one to the end of the book. Watching her life progress is such a treat. I also really appreciated the fact that we got to see her go from high school to college.

I can so see why this series is a must read for young adult. It is everything that I want my young adult books to be. Fun, moving, detailed and developed. The main characters shine just as must as the secondary characters. You will love Annie and Jere. If you are like me, and you are one of the few people left on this earth that have not discovered the magic of Hundred Oaks, don't wait any longer! Grab Breathe Annie Breathe and fall in love. She even made me want to run... and that is no easy feat. I am going back to read the rest of the books now!

*Disclaimer- I got a copy of this book for free in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my thoughts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Brilliant! Read Even if You Haven't Read the Rest of the Series! 7. August 2014
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I've put off writing this review for a while and it's one of those times where I'm not sure if I can put how I feel about a book into words. I've liked Miranda Kenneally's other books, Things I Can't Forget being my favorite and Racing Savannah being my least favorite, but Breathe, Annie, Breathe is just something else entirely. It's almost like, and this will sound wrong but I'm going to say it anyway, I wish it wasn't part of a series because I feel like people will take it less seriously or not give it a shot because they haven't read the first four books. There are five parts of this book I really want to discuss: the death of Annie's boyfriend, Annie training for a marathon in his memory, Annie's relationship with Jeremiah, how the story dealt with going off to college, and how sex was portrayed in the book.

First, Kyle's death. Annie and Kyle had been together since the beginning of high school and they pretty much thought they would be together forever, Annie seeing them getting married after she finished college and Kyle picturing them getting married a bit sooner. When Kyle dies about halfway through senior year Annie feels lost. So much of her life revolved around Kyle that she doesn't know what to do with herself. This is such a tricky topic to handle, death is always difficult, but Annie is only 18-years-old and she clearly has a whole life, hopefully filled with more love, ahead of her. Much of the story revolves around Kyle, since Annie is running the marathon on his behalf, but there's also these heartbreaking flashbacks thrown in. How Annie and Kyle met, the first time they slept together, going to the drive-in movies together. For such a difficult subject Miranda Kenneally really makes you feel Kyle's loss and did a perfect job balancing Annie wanting to remember Kyle and be true to him and also wanting to keep moving forward in her life.

The whole training for a marathon part of the story made me so nervous. I used to be a big runner, half marathons, never a full one, and after not loving how Miranda Kenneally portrayed horse racing in Racing Savannah (I rode horses for many years and am a big racing fan), I really didn't want her to screw up the whole running thing. And I'm happy to say that she didn't! At the end of many of the chapters (maybe even all of them?) there's Annie's weekly long-run training plan and her fun little notes. There's also talk of her shorter runs and cross training during the week. Annie's coach is Matt from Things I Can't Forget and it was great to get to spend time with Matt and see what he's up to (and Kate!). There were also the chaffing, stomach, and muscle issues that I think all current or former runners can relate to.

Jeremiah is Matt's younger brother and he and Annie meet while Jeremiah is working for Matt. Jere, who is briefly in Things I Can't Forget, has grown up to be a kind of a big daredevil. He does things like run races backwards, skydive, and competes in lots of extreme sports (like I could see him doing American Ninja Warrior). When Annie and Jere meet out on the trails there's an immediate attraction, Annie likes that a guy is looking at her again, but she also feels like she's betraying Kyle. Annie and Jere get to know each other more, even though Matt tells Jere to stay away, and the more Annie gets to know Jere the more she likes him, but she's still very much figuring out if she's really able to love someone again. The way that Miranda Kenneally made Annie scared because of Kyle's death, but also because of Jere's daredevil lifestyle was so smart. A big part of me wanted to shake Annie and tell her just to be with Jeremiah, he was such a great guy, but she already lost one guy she loves to a terrible accident and it made perfect sense that she would be nervous about being with someone who does such dangerous things.

A lot of us talk about having more realistic college stories and this one, which takes place over the end of Annie's senior year of high school, the summer before she goes away to college, and the first couple months of her freshman year at college. In some ways Annie is different because going away to college is really saying goodbye to Kyle because she's moving on physically, but the story also deals with things that everyone experiences when they start college. Saying goodbye to friends, family, and jobs in your hometown, finding and handling roommates, and what it's like to live on your own for the first time. In some ways the story reminded me of Roomies because it handles much of that some period in someone's life.

Finally, the sex. If you're looking for sex-positive YA look no further than this book (or really all of Miranda Kenneally's books). Annie and Kyle were together for many years, they were having sex. Not just as horny high school students either (which is fine), but as two people who really cared about each other. Once Kyle passes away Annie misses so much about Kyle, including the emotional and physical intimacy they had (and not just sex, she talks a lot about missing his back scratches). Annie and Jere hook up pretty early in the story and it was great to see Annie, a normal teenager girl, having a sex drive and needing that moment. She feels guilty about it after, because of Kyle and because she doesn't think she's being a "good" girl and her exploration of her feelings was honest and smart. As the story went on Annie wants to kiss, have sex, and be intimate with someone and she owned that. Her and her friends also talked about sex in a way that was age appropriate and really honest.

Bottom Line: I feel head over heels for Annie, Jeremiah, and this book. Everything about it, from the way the death of Annie's boyfriend is handled, to Annie training for the marathon, to what it's like to go away to college, to sex, to love was absolutely pitch perfect. I highly recommend the entire Hundred Oaks series, but even if you've never read any of them do yourself a favor and pick up Breathe, Annie, Breathe because it is absolutely wonderful.
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