Publisher: Penguin UK
Weight: 420 g
David Scheinman is the popular president of his senior class, battling cystic fibrosis.
Jamie Turner is a quiet sophomore, struggling with depression.
The pair soon realizes that they're able to be more themselves with each other than they can be with anyone else, and their unlikely friendship starts to turn into something so much more.
But neither Jamie nor David can bring themselves to reveal the secrets that weigh most heavily on their hearts--and their time for honesty may be running out.
The end of Just Breathe is just right for Jamie and David’s journeys, together and as individuals. The future is filled with hope even though their struggles continue.
Highly recommend anyone who stumbles upon this page to read this book. It is pure and raw story about important topics that aren't focused enough by society. Nothing is sugar coated in this story, but it gives me a sense of hope and has helped me find myself along the way, as the characters do themselves.
This story explores in depth the things we keep hidden from each other. And what happens when we open up to someone who might possibly understand. I love the way that it just brings understanding into the fact that, not being okay all the time is okay.
This book is definitely directed toward a younger age group, but I still think that it would be helpful for anyone of any age to read this tale. It's educational, emotional, beautiful and enjoyable. I literally loved everything about this book and the story and how it all unfolded.
This is a story about two teenagers who become friends because they are both dealing with the darker side of life. They are attempting to cope and learn that it is easier when you shared the struggle.
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