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Ravenous: The Stirring Tale of Teen Love, Loss and Courage

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Ravenous is the eagerly anticipated sequel to Insatiable, nominated for Best Books for Young Adults 2002 (Booklist). Ravenous depicts the wide range of difficulties in growing up in America by exploring the journeys of three young women and two young men.

Phoebe, the size-sixteen dreamer, finally gets a boyfriend and readers witness her euphoria and her fear during a partic
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Paperback, 300 pages
Published March 12th 2002 by HCI Teens (first published March 1st 2002)
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Liralen
Sep 17, 2010 Liralen rated it it was ok
Insatiable and Ravenous tell the story of a group of high school (and then college) students struggling with eating disorders.

I had a hard time giving these books credence based upon either the writing or the treatment of eating disorders. The plot is fairly thin, the characters flat (even into the second book I occasionally had to check to see which character I was reading about), and the lessons very, very heavy-handed. The treatment of eating disorders borders on pop psychology - everybody's
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Jun 21, 2008 Kiersten rated it really liked it
I read this as part of a course I did at Lesley on Adolescent Literature. I highly recommend this series. The author follows a group of friends who meet in an eating disorder support group and the storyline is not only true-to-life but it is truer then we would like to believe.
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A therapist for the past twelve years, during which time she has treated patients individually and in groups, Eve is also a consultant for The Caron Foundation, where she is a facilitator in their week-long compulsive eating treatment program.

A frequently sought after expert in the field of food addictions, Eve has appeared on television with Barbara Walters, as well as on radio and local cable sh
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