From Jennifer Niven, the number 1 New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places, comes an unforgettable new novel about a sensitive girl prepared to live her bravest life--intercourse, heartbreak, own family dramas, and all.Before: With commencement at the horizon, budding writer Claudine Henry is targeted on 3 things: college within the fall, become a well-known author, and the ever-elusive possibility of intercourse. She does not even want to be in love--intercourse is all she's searching for. Then her dad drops a bombshell: he and Claude's mother are splitting up. Suddenly, Claude's complete world feels like a lie, and the ground below her toes anything however stable.After: Claude's mother whisks them each away to a remote, mosquito-infested island off the coast of Georgia, an area where the two of them can start the painful system of mending their broken hearts. It's the last area Claude can imagine finding her footing, but then Jeremiah Crew happens. Miah is a nearby trail manual with a ardour for photography, and a past he would not like to speak about. He's brash, enigmatic, and even greater infuriatingly, he is the most effective one who seems to look Claude for who she desires to be. So whilst Claude comes to a decision to sleep with Miah, she tells herself it is just sex--precisely what she has planned. There isn't enough time to fall in love, specially if it manner setting her already broken heart at risk.Compulsively readable and impossible to forget, Jennifer Niven's luminous new novel is an insightful portrait of a young female decided to write down her personal next chapter--intercourse, resilience, mosquito bites, and all.





Heading Out Review

Days before her high school graduation, Claudine’s parents announce that they’re divorcing. She and her mom will spend Claude’s remaining summer season earlier than university on an island in Georgia with spotty Wi-Fi and constant mosquitoes. Claude feels like the floor’s been pulled out from under her till she meets Jeremiah, the enigmatic islander who sees through every wall she places up. Slowly but surely, Claude and Jeremiah rebuild her foundations, taking risks with their hearts and manipulate of their lives.

As in Jennifer Niven’s preceding YA novels, Breathless introduces its protagonist at a moment whilst her global feels upside down, confronting her struggles head-on. For Claude, these encompass the emotional fallout from her dad and mom’ divorce and her developing desire to have sex earlier than she heads off to university. (Though she knows virginity is a patriarchal construct, Claude is prepared to lose hers ASAP.)

Although Claude’s dad and mom and the novel’s other adult characters lack dimensionality, the teens—along with Claude, Jeremiah and Claude’s great friend, Saz—are all richly developed, deep flaws and all. Claude and Jeremiah’s romance has just the proper amount of sweetness as they grapple with the line between love and lust, what it method to feel grounded and what they may suggest to each other as soon as the summer involves a close.

Breathless is a frank and gentle novel of self-discovery that enthusiasts of Sarah Dessen’s transformational summer season romances and John Green’s tales of poignant self-discovery and tough growth will enjoy.



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