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The Art of Breathing
     

The Art of Breathing

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by TJ Klune
 

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Sequel to Who We Are

Tyson Thompson graduated high school at sixteen and left the town of Seafare, Oregon, bound for what he assumed would be bigger and better things. He soon found out the real world has teeth, and he returns to the coast with four years of failure, addiction, and a diagnosis of panic disorder trailing behind him. His brother, Bear, and his

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Sequel to Who We Are

Tyson Thompson graduated high school at sixteen and left the town of Seafare, Oregon, bound for what he assumed would be bigger and better things. He soon found out the real world has teeth, and he returns to the coast with four years of failure, addiction, and a diagnosis of panic disorder trailing behind him. His brother, Bear, and his brother's husband, Otter, believe coming home is exactly what Tyson needs to find himself again. Surrounded by family in the Green Monstrosity, Tyson attempts to put the pieces of his broken life back together.

But shortly after he arrives home, Tyson comes face to face with inevitability in the form of his childhood friend and first love, Dominic Miller, who he hasn't seen since the day he left Seafare. As their paths cross, old wounds reopen, new secrets are revealed, and Tyson discovers there is more to his own story than he was told all those years ago.

In a sea of familiar faces, new friends, and the memories of a mother's devastating choice, Tyson will learn that in order to have any hope for a future, he must fight the ghosts of his past.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149835348
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
06/16/2014
Series:
Bear, Otter, and the Kid Chronicles , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
350
Sales rank:
211,241
File size:
974 KB

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The Art of Breathing 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait for the next story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TJ does it again. I'm beyond happy to know there will be another tale for this crazy family I've come to know and love. I laughed, I cried, and I stayed up til 3:30 in the morning. What a great way to lose a night of sleep :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait to hear what happens in the final book! That is, if it is final! TJ Klune brings in wonderful characters and weaves them along into a beautiful tale! A great read! Looking forward to book 4!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great story. I love and recommend the whole series - it has made me a TJ Klune fan! Add in "Tell Me It's Real," whose characters show up in this story and it's a feast of reading!! I can't wait for the next (and probably last according to the author) book to come out!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All i can say is this book made me laugh,it madebme cry, it made me want more. To the guy who gave it a one star it is clear that you did not read the first two books. Me and four other friends in my book club read them all. I am the only gay man in my book club and when i got to pic the book i pic the first book Bear Otter and the Kid never did i think that we would end up reading all three. Not only has the books been my fav but all of us has said these books will go down as one of the best and most fun to talk about books in our club . This is book three and it was so good. We are all waiting for the next . LOVED IT
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I first read the intro to this book it sounded interesting so I bought it. Well big mistake time you get past the prologue you are at page 20. Way to long. then I started to read the first part. About 30 pages in to it I was like "this is so much babble" so I skipped the next 30 pages to see if it gets any better and it was like I had just turned the page. there is so much of the story done as just rambling going on his head and not talking to anyone that it becomes a waste of pages. This same dialogue continues on to the point you want to rip the book apart. I finally went to the last few pages and it was the same thing but ending soon. This book is 392 pages that could have been told in 100 or less and been more interesting without all the mindless rambling of the main person. Save your money for this truly was not worth it. TI would have to think twice about reading another book by this author. Sorry...I have sence deleted this book