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Confessions of a Reformed Dieter by A.J. Rochester
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Oct 15, 10

bookshelves: 2010, biography-memoirs

I. Love. AJ Rochester. Seriously, she's amazing. To have come so far both physically and emotionally... it's just astounding. This book chronicles the story of her 40kg weight loss and her emotional journey from abuse as a child.

Best of all, she's funny and inspiring, and it's not that sort of mildly amusing 'get out there and do something, dammit!' type of funny-inspiring that I hate. The funny and the inspiring mostly keep to themselves rather than mixing together and becoming incredibly cheesy in the process.

It's inspiring in the way she just keeps on keeping on. It's funny because she's a comedian at heart.

And the book itself is just so readable. Every time I had to put it down, I couldn't wait to pick it back up again.

Everyone I know must read this book, because AJ is awesome.
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