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I've just re-read Chalked Up and need to report a major factual error. Dr. Tom Dickson (not Dixon as written in the book) WAS NOT involved in the 1984 blood doping scandal. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jill Yesko
This is a clear-eyed, heart-wrenching look at a sport that should be impossible. As a novelist myself, I'm deeply impressed by Sey's writing style, her blunt storytelling, and her... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Louise Marley
Very interesting book, quite shocking and sad to read what young athletes and families go through to obtain elite levelsPublished 11 months ago by KFitz
This was a very compelling and great read. The writing flowed extremely well, and the author described her experiences in such a way that it was easy for the reader to envision... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Laura
I've been in love with the sport of gymnastics since I can remember. Although I could never do much more than a back walk over or cartwheel myself I followed the elite gymnasts... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jill F
I found this book very interesting. It is an incredibly sad story of the author's foray into women's gymnastics and the physical and emotional effects this had on her and her... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ellie
Somewhat repetitive. Mostly about her coaches telling her she was fat and trying to lose weight by taking laxatives. Also tells of her many injuries.Published 14 months ago by Jean Wood
Nicely written.this book pulled me in from the very beginning. I want to read more stories that gymnasts write. HPublished 15 months ago by Marlena