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Fragile Paperback – 7 May 2012
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About the Author
Nikki Grahame is the author of the book "Fragile: The True Story of my Lifelong Battle with Anorexia." Between eight and nineteen years old, Nikki was in and out of hospitals and institutions as she battled with anorexia nervosa. At one point, her weight was so dangerously low that she went into a coma; one of the doctors treating her said that hers was the worst case of anorexia he had seen in 32 years. Although she will never be "cured" of the illness, Nikki made the decision that she wanted to live her life again and has not looked back since. Her time as a contestant in Big Brother 7 made her a household name and, since leaving the house, Nikki has established a career in the media. She has written columns for OK!, the Sun and More magazine and has been a presenter on Big Brother spin-off BBLB. Nikki devotes a lot of her spare time to increasing awareness of eating disorders and hopes that by sharing her life story, she will help others who fall victim."
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Very well written and honest. Felt truly sorry for her family, particularly her mum.
Dont expect a totally happy ending, the book goes up to 2012, and I was sad to learn shortly after that she tried to overdose again. She was also recently on channel 5 'In therapy', and is clearly still very troubled.
Very highly recommended, particularly for young girls. I loved this book :)
The book is diffficult to read at times because of the subject matter, but it is an interesting read and informative for someone like me who knows little about anorexia.
Thank you for writing this book!
The only thing is that I think the publisher should be clearer that, new title or not, the new edition only has a few additional pages.
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