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“Heavens, and besides, there was a thickening of the air, what we call the Breath of the Great Moose, which comes before a storm.”
“Anyhoo, Between Each Breath is a far more conventional novel altogether.”
“The Balloon Breath is a simple technique of breathing slowly and deeply into the belly while focusing attention about two inches below the navel.”
“Riana Lagarde of Garlic Breath is one of my favorite food bloggers.”
“Contrary to what most commentators have said, Breath is not a novel about the addictive nature of adrenaline but an exploration of whether one can find one's depth once the entire ocean of experience has been redefined.”
“His new work, Breath, is an extraordinary evocation of an adolescence spent resisting complacency, testing ones limits against nature, finding like-minded souls, and discovering just how far one breath will take you.”
“In a way, of course, Breath is a curious novel for a writer such as Winton to be writing, not least because at its heart is the sort of coming-of-age story one might normally expect to find in the work of a much younger and less-experienced writer.”
“Full of Wintons lyrical genius for conveying physical sensation, Breath is a rich and atmospheric coming-of-age tale from one of world literatures finest storytellers.”
“But there's a saltiness in Breath, Tim Winton's newest novel, that offers an irresistible taste of oceanic communion:”
“Tim Winton's Breath is as much a novel about surfing as The Old Man And The Sea is about fishing and Moby Dick about whale-hunting. ....”
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