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This book opens up this world of secrets and deceptions.
For me, this has to be the most compelling group of stories; plus all the contributors are accomplished writers so the prose is fluent and coherent.
I recommend this book because it gives different insights to why people suffer from an eating disorder.
Fascinating collection of honest and vulnerable personal essays. So well edited.Published 6 months ago by Rose
I was expecting more diversity among the stories. Instead, most of the authors were from upper-middle class to affluent backgrounds. I couldn't identify with them. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carleen Joseph
I absolutely loved thiis book, at times it was quite painful to read because it is raw with emotions and the voices of the writers ring true even after they have recovered. Read morePublished 23 months ago by cepacla
Ms Taylor edited a set of really great, poignant essays which delve in the mindset of Anorexia and attempt (rather successfully) to try to explain why, what, how and the when... Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by iffy
This book has very good and varied views of people who have and will always have this horrible disease. Read morePublished on November 23, 2008 by T. Scholl