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This book was short, brutally frank, and superbly written, but it was not easy reading. The author describes her childhood and young womanhood as an overweight girl- and it... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Bibiana M.
It's clear from reading this that Judith Moore is a great writer. The descriptions of luscious food and characterization of Judith's family are clearly done with much skill. Read morePublished 14 days ago by cathy gironda
Sorry, Judy, but no matter how much you suck up to the thin supremacists, they still won't let you in their club house. Read morePublished 16 days ago by KayBee
Just finished this Book and Was left feeling really let down. Okay Judith Moore suffered an unhappy childhood full of very un-caring people in her life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joanna M. Zachman
Didn't like this book and didn't want my step-daughter to have to read it, but it somehow became an assignment when her English teacher assigned groups of students to form... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michelle Moore
This book was okay seemed a bit all over the place. More like random thoughts than a story to me.Published 9 months ago by Mandi Goodman
This book is amazing. It is written so raw and some of it is hard to take. Fat Girl is a hard read meaning it is very touching.Published 16 months ago by cynthia
Judith Moore delivers her message with wit, intelligence and without illusions.
She has studied herself deeply and accepted her reality. Read more
Since the book is about what it was like growing up being fat and feeling worthless throughout her childhood as a result, I'd say it's an honest account and well written.Published 17 months ago by C.Consumer