The Air We Breathe by Parrish

airwebreatheMolly Fisk is a seventeen year old who does not go outside. She sets by the window of the tiny museum and stares at all the activity, but dares not venture out. She has never been outside – she has been running for so long, but she is not running now.

The Air We Breathe
by Christa Parrish
Bethany House
November 2012

What has caused Molly to be so terrified of going outside? She longs to take a walk, see the outside, speak to the cute boy that works in the pizza place, but she is too afraid to even think about it.

Then Claire Rodriquez shows up. How can she help Molly find a new life? Will Molly find the courage to face her fears and venture outside the four walls of the museum?

A very interesting read. I really enjoyed it, Ms. Parrish brings her characters to life in a very forceful way.

Highly recommended.


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This book was provided by the publisher as a review copy.