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Zoe Letting Go by Nora Price
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Mar 08, 2012

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Read in August, 2012

Zoe has been placed at a treatment facility by her mother. At Twin Birch, each of the six patients arrives on a different day, staggered so that they can have a personal intake. When Zoe arrives, she has no idea why she is there. It just gets more confusing as she meets the other girls who are patients too. They are all skeletal and obviously suffering from anorexia, but Zoe is not like them. She has never stopped eating, she is larger than all of them, and her body doesn’t shiver after eating like theirs does. Most of all, Zoe misses her best friend, Elise. Provided stationery by her therapist, Zoe writes Elise long letters about their friendship thinking back about all of the time they spent together and revealing slowly the nature of their relationship. Elise, though, never writes back. This psychological thriller will have readers eager to discover the truth about Zoe and why she is at Twin Birch.

Read the rest of my review on my blog, Waking Brain Cells.

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