- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 8 hours and 57 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: CHBB Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: March 21, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D5C03Q0
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Don't Forget to Breathe Audiobook – Unabridged
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Leocadia had just survived the year from hell with her sanity intact. A strong young woman. I’ll admit that she didn’t always make the right choices. At times I screamed at her that she should “Get the hell out.” Yet she stayed. Or I’d shake my head and say “No, girl, no.” And of course she ignored my advice and did it anyway.
The heroine was a true teenager and that’s what impressed me most about this book. Ms. Constantine got into the YA world. From the language to their attitudes. I was shocked about the drugs, but I know it happens. And I absolutely loved her best friend Nona. Level headed and always there for Leo.
My favorite part of the whole book was the mystery. I kept wondering who the hell did it. When I found out, I was flabbergasted. And when Ms. Constantine let that thing in the end happen… I can’t bear to talk about it, plus I don’t give spoilers.
There’s no genre I like more than a romance, and there was enough of it in there to keep me happy. Plenty of action to keep the story moving. Some angst, insecurity and backstabbing to ensure that it maintained a YA standing. Plus the ghost scenes freaked me out a little (That’s when some of my advice to Leocadia came into play). A well rounded book that would’ve kept me up late reading if I wasn’t such a wuss about those scary ghost scenes.
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. To be a little more honest, I harassed the author for a copy. I love it so much I also bought a copy of the book from Amazon. So good!
My heart ached for Leo. She was trying to give the benefit of the doubt to her new friend Henry who had just moved into town a year after her mom's murder. All of her friends and even her dad wanted her to stay clear from him since he was new and different. They all lived in a small town knowing and growing up with each other. Leo thought maybe she can stay friends with Henry while he's trying to fit in since after her mothers death she went through a faze of drinking and doing drugs but her best friend Nona helped her so she thought she was returning the favor for Henry.
Then things gets weird. He feels as Leo is his and she is falling in love with the head football player which is Nona's boyfriends best friend whom she's had a crush on.
Then all hell breaks loose. Rumors start flying from jealous girls who drool over Leo's guy Becket. Then Henry also starts to make up rumors that they are dating. Also at the same time Leo is starting to remember her mothers death which she had walked in on. She ended up with short amnesia from the trauma.
After all of this pieces start fit like a puzzle. She starts to see things and hear things she hadn't remembered.
This was an ARC so I do not give away the main spoilers.
You will have to read it and get swallowed up on this great book.
Don't Forget to Breathe is a masterpiece of mystery, sorrow, love, heartbreak, and supernatural intrigue.
Readers will fall in love with perfectly-flawed Leo as she tries to cope with the unthinkable tragedy that has occurred in her life. Her character grows as we get to see a little bit more of what makes her tick on every page. Her self-destructive nature becomes understandable as the mystery of her mother's death unfolds in front of our eyes.
The heart-pounding conclusion took me by surprise. Just when I thought I had it all figured out, Constanine throws us a curve ball.
Her characters are painfully realistic, and are far from being over-exaggerated stereotypes. The reader will feel their pain with each written word.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good mystery! Five stars!!
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