Breathing Underwater - Alex Flinn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0064472574 / Paperback: 272 pages / Publisher: Harper / Published: 5 Jun 2011
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About the book Breathing Underwater is a contemporary young adult novel by Alex Flinn. The book was published by Harper Teen on 5th June 2011. Breathing Underwater is 272 pages long. Plot Synopsis At his high school, Nick is one of the popular kids. He's wealthy, intelligent and popular but no one really knows the truth about what he has to endure at home. Meeting Caitlin is the one thing Nick believes can change his life. As the pair quickly fall in love, Nick begins to realise that his life isn't exactly what he thought it was. His father is the one thing he is terrified of but it seems he is more like him than he ever could have believed. ... Read the complete review
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