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The Best Little Girl in the World by Steven Levenkron
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May 30, 11


This was insightful, but boring. Very brief, lacks description, cold and analytical.
It was interesting because I am interested in eating disorders, but no other factors redeemed this bland book. The details on the main character described her to be the typical white, middle class, control freak that fits in the expected stereotypical personality type of somebody with anorexia.

Typical, typical, typical.
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