Breathing Under Water
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By Sophie Hardcastle

contemporary | 310 pages | Published in 2016

Nineteen minutes and eleven seconds separated us at birth. On the official documentation, he is older . . . Although it really has nothing to do with age. What it really means is that I am, and have always been, second.Ben and Grace Walker are twins. Growing up in a sleepy coastal town it was inevitable they'd surf. Always close, they hung out more than most brothers and sisters, surfing together for hours as the sun melted into the sea. At seventeen, Ben is a rising surf star, the golden son and the boy all the girls fall in love with. Beside him, Grace feels like she is a mere reflection of his light. In their last year of school, the world beckons, full of possibility. For Grace, finishing exams and kissing Harley Matthews is just the beginning.Then, one day, the unthinkable. The sun sets at noon and suddenly everything that was safe and predictable is lost. And everything unravels.Breathing Under Water is a lyrical and emotionally powerful novel about life, death and learning to breathe in between.

ISBN_13:9780733634857

Quotes

Sometimes the hardest person to save is yourself.

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In the depths of darkness, we find the strength to rise.

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The ocean teaches us that even the smallest wave can create a ripple of change.

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We are all just waves in the same vast ocean, connected by the currents of life.

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She was an ocean of emotions, with the stormy waves crashing within her.

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Sometimes, the depths of despair hide the most beautiful treasures.

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The sea whispered secrets in her ear, comforting her with its eternal wisdom.

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Through the depths of pain, she discovered the strength to heal.

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She danced with the waves, finding freedom in their rhythmic embrace.

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The sea called to her soul, inviting her to surrender to its vastness.

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