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Thinspo Paperback – 22 Oct 2012
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About the Author
Amy Ellis was born in Fredericksburg, VA and is a graduate from Longwood University with a BA in English/Creative Writing and a minor in children's literature. She is writing as fast as she can.
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It was quite easy to connect with Jenni, as she was made into a believable and relateable character.
when she was describing her desire to be thin, it was easy to understand her. There were a few spelling errors but nothing that affected the story too badly.
I felt that some information was missing, and I completed it myself so it is not a big deal to me, but it is for someone who has never been under her skin.
At times the story did lack a bit of a plot and nothing really happened until the end. This book didn't knock my socks off, but I didn't hate it either.
i do say this is not a good book for someone recovering from an Eating Disorder to read. but for others this may be an eye-opener to the scary mindframe of suffering from an eating disorder.
With no real ending, it leaves her future to our imagination.
I personally found it quite easy to connect with Jenni (the protagonist) as she was made into a believable and relateable character and when she was describing her desire to be thin, it was easy to understand her. There were a few spelling errors but nothing that affected the story too badly.
I also enjoyed the way that the story was shown through blog post and text messages, rather then a young women telling the story, it was a different and more up-to-date approach.
Whilst at times the story did lack a bit of a plot and nothing really happened until the end, the story was quite compelling and believable. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone. :)
It reminded me of a student who believes their writing is dark a unique but in general lacked conviction, depth or prose.
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