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L'arte Di Respirare (2000)

by T.J. Klune(Favorite Author)
4.67 of 5 Votes: 3
Bear, Otter, and the Kid
review 1: Omg. This book killed me. Sure, it was overly repetitive and saccharine at times. But it was also so goddamn sweet and true. It made me laugh AND cry, which is super rare. I read it at the perfect time. I enjoyed the first two books in the series, but something about this installment hit me hard. I loved how Ty is basically Bear 2.0 and Corey/Kori is the best new character. Can't wait to get to know her more. Also excited to know Izzy. I know I will enjoy the last book, but I don't know how it will live up to this one. We'll see, eh?
review 2: Read:August 22, 2014 to August 23, 2014The third book in the "Bear, Otter, and the Kid" series by TJ Klune. The cast of characters grows, with even more additions, plus and interesting crossover with the cast from "Tell M
... moree It's Real", another book by TJ Klune, so if you want to get the most out of this book, I highly recommend you read the first 2 books in the "Bear, Otter, and the Kid" series, then "Tell Me It's Real", before you read "The Art of Breathing". I did, although it was completely by accident, as I read, "Tell Me It's Real" shortly after it came out, which was previous to "The Art of Breathing". However, because there was a few months of difference in the times when I read them, it took me a bit before I realized it was a crossover into another of TJ's series. . Don't get me wrong, it was a pleasant surprise, As I really enjoyed "Tell Me It's Real" but I wish that I had known before I started "The Art of Breathing", because I would have reread "Tell Me It's Real" before diving int "The Art of Breathing". less
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