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3.0 étoiles sur 5 I liked this book a lot as a teenager and it ... 13 septembre 2016
Par elizabeth nolan - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I liked this book a lot as a teenager and it had some influence on my writing. I reread the book as an adult and I have to say I'm disappointed. The book ends with no closure. And no, there was no sequel. The information is outdated, too. Yes, lets blame the mother. it's all mom's fault, and no one else's. The therapists and doctors are totally unsympathetic, and the ending is disappointing. You spend all this time reading, getting in Leslie's head, only to leave the book without a real ending. I'm sure there are other books about this subject out there.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Too cheerful and superficial to ring true 29 mars 2010
Par Lee L. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book was very cheerful, something I wouldn't expect from a story dealing with such a serious subject, and written by an author who was, at the time of the writing, going through her own battle with anorexia. I know the author fought this debilitating disorder for many years, and is therefore well qualified to speak on the subject, but I don't feel she succeeded in giving an in-depth look at the inner turmoil of the anorexic.

The fictional subject, Leslie, seems well-adjusted and happy, with a stable home life and an exceptionally close relationship with her mother. However, Leslie does not know where she ends and her mother begins, and herein lies to root of Leslie's problem. Otherwise, we're only given hints as to the other internal problems Leslie deals with. She goes on a diet, which then leads to her totally giving up eating, but we're not really shown the inner process that would explain this result.

Leslie has friends and has no problem fitting in. Even the hospital experience is depicted as fun, and she has no trouble making plenty of new friends in the hospital right away. Although it is true that many anorexics look happy and seem popular from the outside, most feel a sense of isolation and disconnectedness that is not revealed within Leslie. The seriousness of the development of anorexia is not adequately portrayed here.

This is more of a superficial look at anorexia, with the intricacies of the disorder only implied. Leslie's difficulties are not well-defined, and the ending leaves us up in the air. The book simply concludes with Leslie's resolve to recover, and we are left with little inkling as to what is really next for Leslie. What was happening in therapy? Was it successful at all? Did she gain any insight into the cause of her condition? This is too simple a story that ends with little resolution. For concerned friends and family members seeking insight, I would recommend The Best Little Girl in the World before this one.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Life changing book 9 septembre 2007
Par Virginia M. Rosenthal - Publié sur
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I first read this book when I was 12 yrs old and I have continued to re-read it throughout my life(I just turned 30). It became a part of me. When I first read it I was having some eating issues and have on/off my whole life. Not bad enough to be considered a full blown eating disorder but I've def. come close to that. I was very interested in the reviews which said this book was triggering for anorexics. I had never thought of it that way but I can see how ppl would say that. But that being said, I have to say that this book still means the world to me and I identified w/ it on so many levels, not just as far as food is concerned. I think it's a beautiful book that most young girls could relate to. I highly recommend it. Oh and I have never written a review for Amazon before, I just was reading some other reviews which were critical and felt I had to defend this book which meant so much to me.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Okay. 12 janvier 2013
Par JX - Publié sur
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Another library copy without any mention of such in the description. I'm not too thrilled with that.
As for the book, it was just okay. I was really looking forward to it, but it was kind of bland. To be honest, I can't remember much about it after reading it. I guess I had hoped there would be more of the fantasy, day-dream, safety-from-reality neverland implied from the title.
Not awful though, I sat down and read the whole thing at once.
Quick read.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not glamorizing 14 février 2010
Par L. Woods - Publié sur
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I loved this book, and I don't think it glamorized the subject of anorexia. It isn't possible to present a realistic view of how an anorexia sufferer sees the world without giving the sufferer's justification of her world view. This book doesn't present that distorted world view as being correct, only as being what the author felt at the time, knowing deep inside of her that it wasn't right. Some of the writing at the end, without giving anything away, did a very good job, I thought, of putting anorexia in its proper perspective as a disorder that the sufferer must choose to try to recover from. I thought it was very good.
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