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The Breathing Sea II: Drowning

(The Zemnian Series #4)

4.36  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Tormented by her growing visions and unable to bear her companions any longer, Dasha has fled into the woods with the spirits who have promised to help her. But not all promises can be kept. Dasha must strike off on her own and learn to fend for herself for the first time in her life. With war on the borders of Zem’, the woods hold more dangers than bears, wolves, and hung ...more
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Published July 21st 2017
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Oct 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I recommend getting both The Breathing Sea I and II I was glad I started with I and thrilled to have II already on hand!

The Breathing Sea I Burning and The Breathing Sea II Drowning are Books three and four, respectively, of The Zemnian Series. I haven't read the first two books in the series and I want to address a little bit about that first. Anytime I do choose a book that happens to be part of a series I realize I'm taking a gamble of feeling like I'm missing information needed to fully unde
Apr 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was pretty excited to review The Breathing Sea II: Drowning. I had reviewed The Breathing Sea I: Burning and enjoyed reading it. I had high hopes for The Breathing Sea II: Drowning and the book more than exceeded them.

The Breathing Sea II: Drowning picks up from the end of The Breathing Sea I: Burning. Dasha is with the domovayas. They are going to teach her how to control her magic. Magic that is getting out of control. She decides to leave the domovayas to find her companions and find someon
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Jan 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
It is difficult to separate these two books and just review one at a time. So this review is in regards to this and Breathing Sea I. The first book naturally flowed into the second and it read almost like one big mini-series. Dash is a young lady who has some very big shoes to fill. It is expected that she will take-over for her mother. However, this isn't exactly how she wants to spend her life.

From the very beginning, the author created a world that was so easy to see in my mind. Considering t
Aug 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
As adventures continue, a greater understanding of the Tsarinorvna's magical powers is explored in the culmination of her coming to terms with her fate in The Breathing Sea II: Drowning by E.P. Clark.

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As Dasha's powers seem to be dominating her life through fits she doesn't understand and can't seem to control, she flees her traveling companions for the woods and the aid of the spirits her mother had b
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Dasha asked where she wa sand the domovaya said she was in the forest. Dasha had gotten angry with her companions which included her father for killing the deer especially since the deer had helped Dasha. But the domovaya said she was going to set them on fire or curse them or both and she shouldn’t do that as if in a temper tantrum. Dasha asked what was the use of her visions if she couldn’t stop things from happening. The domovaya said she couldn’t see everything and to calm down. Then Dasha s ...more
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Other books in the series

The Zemnian Series (7 books)
  • The Midnight Land:  Part One:  The Flight (The Zemnian Trilogy, #1)
  • The Midnight Land: Part Two: The Gift (The Zemnian Trilogy, #2)
  • The Breathing Sea I: Burning (The Zemnian Series Book 3)
  • The Dreaming Land I: The Challenge (The Zemnian Series, #5)
  • The Dreaming Land II: The Journey
  • The Dreaming Land III: The Sacrifice