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Breath

When Loonie and Pikelet started to surf, they cycled from Angelus to the beach with their styrofoam boards, buffeted by the wind and, when they finally got to the sea, the waves. They couldn't help it: they were terrified; they were addicted. Among the local surfers, one guy stood out. He turned up alone, when the swell was highest, and left the rest of them for dead. Gradually Loonie and Pike got to know this loner, Sando, who took them under his wing. Half a lifetime later, Pike can't free himself from where the ride took him. Breath is Tim Winton at his finest: a beautiful, gripping, deeply moving novel about our need for excitement and to push ourselves to the limits; about the power of the sea; and how ordinary people live with tragedy.

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eAUDIO   Maitland library . . Available .    
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Field name Details
Author Winton, Tim
Title Breath [electronic resource] /
Edition Unabridged ed.
Publisher [Melbourne, Vic.] : : Bolinda audio,, 2010.
Note Downloadable eAudiobook.
Fiction.
Duration: 06:12:09.
Performer Read by Dan Wyllie.
When Loonie and Pikelet started to surf, they cycled from Angelus to the beach with their styrofoam boards, buffeted by the wind and, when they finally got to the sea, the waves. They couldn't help it: they were terrified; they were addicted. Among the local surfers, one guy stood out. He turned up alone, when the swell was highest, and left the rest of them for dead. Gradually Loonie and Pike got to know this loner, Sando, who took them under his wing. Half a lifetime later, Pike can't free himself from where the ride took him. Breath is Tim Winton at his finest: a beautiful, gripping, deeply moving novel about our need for excitement and to push ourselves to the limits; about the power of the sea; and how ordinary people live with tragedy.
Classification Adult.
Subject Talking books
Australian fiction
Suicide -- Fiction
Death -- Fiction
Additional Author Wyllie, Dan
Internet Site https://fe.bolindadigital.com/wldcs_bol_fo/b2i/productDetail.html?productId=BOL_001633&b2iSite=1404&preview=no
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