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Overall, the book was a really nice eye-opening read.
Ryan grows up considerably throughout the length of the novel, coming to some stunning realizations and determinations to make his future better.
Even though it's about a very serious and a potentially very depressing subject, the story felt very positive throughout.
I barely made it through this book. Its not great but its not the worst book Ive ever read.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's a sad but true book. Thousands of teens commit or try to commit suicide all the time. But it had a happy ending with lots of twists and turns along the way.Published 10 months ago by Molly
I loved this book .I would highly recommend it to anyone. It talks realistically about suicide without making it seem enjoyable.Published 15 months ago by Jacob schnackenberg
It was emotional ride but I loved the ending it showed the challenges some people and others have no clue aboutPublished 18 months ago by Jessica
Often times, I have a hard time connecting when the main character is a male. And unfortunately, that was the case in this story. Read morePublished 20 months ago by A. Howell
This was my first Jennifer Hubbard read and it was pretty good! It was an extremely well written, moving story, but it did leave me wanting in parts, which is something I... Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Kimberly (Sliced Open Reviews)
Try Not to Breathe by Jennifer R. Hubbard was just what I needed to get out of my YA slump. Lately I've been disappointed in my YA reads for being trite or overly simplistic, and... Read morePublished on March 18, 2012 by Abria @ Read. Write. Discuss.
Ryan tried - and failed - to commit suicide a few months ago. He has spent the summer recovering from both the attempt and the subsequent time he spent in a mental hospital, where... Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by Holly Scudero
Cut off from friends but for the two he met at the mental Hospital he has just left after his suicide attempt, seventeen year-old Ryan spends his summer trying hard not to go back... Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban