Out of Breath

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Ashland Creek Press, 2011 - Fiction - 263 pages
27 Reviews
Twenty-year-old Kat Jones has been a competitive runner since she was a young girl, but after her mother’s death, the path her life was supposed to take begins to crumble around her, and one day, she finds herself on the run in a literal sense, this time in a race for her very life…Kat’s journey takes her to the Pacific Northwest town of Lithia, the place of her last good memories, of the days when her mother was still alive. But soon after her arrival, strange things begin to happen in Lithia—and when one of her new friends disappears under mysterious circumstances, Kat begins to realize that Lithia’s inhabitants are not all of this world. Worst of all, she is falling in love with one of these otherworldly locals, and the friend who hopes save her has secrets of his own…As Kat tries to rebuild her life, she is also training for a race that will turn out to be her biggest challenge yet, as she must outrun not only the demons of her past but the demons of the here and now, who threaten not only her very existence but that of the entire town…At once a paranormal love story and an environmental allegory, Out of Breath offers an exciting new voice in young adult fiction.

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There was such great plot twists! - LibraryThing
It was an educational and emotional experience to read. - LibraryThing
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****THIS WAS A GOODREADS.COM FIRST READ CONTEST WIN!**** This was a wonderful interesting book to read. I felt this book would be better for Young Adult/Teenager but books really do not cater to a ... Read full review

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The main character comes across as an adult however she is only 19 and fully indep Read full review

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