Same title, different books (6)


Ehee, ce-mi place rubrica asta! De ce? Pai cum de ce? Mi se pare interesant cat de multe carti poti gasi cu acelasi titlu. Si eu inca pun maxim trei carti cu acelasi titlu intr-o postare, dar gasesc mult mai multe. Voua va place rubrica? 🙂

Astazi am ales sa vedem ce carti gasim cu titlul “Breathless”. Dupa o scurta cautare pe GoodReads, le-am ales pe cele mai interesante 3 carti cu acest titlu. So, here we go…!

Prima carte cu titlul “Breathless” este scrisa de Jessica Warman. Cu o coperta interesanta si o descriere si mai si, ‘Breathless’ m-a facut sa vreau sa o citesc imediat.

breathless jessica

When Katie Kitrell is shipped off to boarding school by her distant father and overbearing mother, it doesn’t take her long to become part of the It Crowd. She’s smart, she’s cute, and she’s an Olympic-bound swimmer who has a first class ticket to any Ivy League school of her choice. But what her new friends, roommate, and boyfriend don’t know is that Katie is swimming away from her past, and from her schizophrenic older brother, Will, who won’t let her go. And when he does the unthinkable, it’s all Katie can do to keep her head above water.

Acum, trecem la o alta ‘Breathless’. De data asta este scrisa de Lurlene McDaniel si pare foarte interesanta.

breathless lurlene

What is the toughest request anyone can be asked to fulfill?

Travis Morrison is a champion diver and one of the most popular kids at school. On the first day of summer vacation, while boating on the lake with his friends, Travis attempts a silly stunt dive that goes wrong. He fears he has broken his leg. Instead, his trip to the hospital reveals he has a rare form of cancer, and to save him, the doctors tell his parents they must amputate. In an instant, Travis’s life and the lives of everyone around him are forever changed. 

Travis is determined that he and only he should decide the course of his life. He has a plan, but he can’t carry it out alone. Will he convince one of his friends to fulfill his most important request? 

Lurlene McDaniel tackles a controversial subject, probing the issues of personal choice and quality of life.

Si ultima, dar nu cea din urma, este ‘Breathless’ cea scrisa de Rose J. Bell, o fata de 18 ani din Germania. Eu sunt foarte entuziasmata pentru cartea asta si planuiesc sa o citesc cat mai repede de vreme ce o si am. 🙂

breathless rose

Some truths can leave you breathless…

Two years ago Ree Coleman’s life imploded, when her life was taken away from her. Now Ree is a “living dead girl”, trying to survive each day, when it’s just a struggle to breathe. 

After the unexpected death of her father, Ree and her family lose everything. As they are forced to leave the rich Upper East Side, they find themselves living in the slums of Bronx. Ree must figure out ways for her family to get by, and she tries to accept her father’s death. However, his death prompts many questions, including what really happened to him. 

Meanwhile she meets Logan Marquez, a boy with a dangerous reputation. Knowing that boys are dangerous, Ree tries to stay away from him, but Logan insists on trying to earn her trust and friendship. 

Soon, dark and dangerous secrets are revealed, and one explosive secret will shatter both their worlds.

Due to heavy subject matter, graphic scenes and sexual content this book is intended for mature readers.

 

Nu-i asa ca toate suna foarte bine? Dar daca ati fi nevoiti sa cititi numai una dintre cartile astea, pe care ati alege-o? Astept opiniile voastre. 🙂

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One thought on “Same title, different books (6)

  1. Gasesc interesanta coperta primei carti,la a doua mi-a placut descrierea iar la a treia m-a surprins faptul ca e scrisa de o fata de numai 18 ani. 😀 Pe a doua as citi-o,e chiar interesanta 😀

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