Starvation by Molly Fennig – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez

StarvationStarvation by Molly Fennig
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Starvation is the first book I have read by Molly Fennig, but I would absolutely read more. This is one of the best books I have read in a long time, it will leave a lasting impression. I caution the reader, as it is a very emotional book. It is very well written, where we can see and feel what the characters are going through. There is a lot of struggle and heartbreak, but also a lot of true feelings teens go through in their lives. It is very real. I never really thought about how one develops eating disorders, or what they may think and feel. But this book gets right down into the nitty gritty. I love that it shows it from both male and female perspectives, to eliminate the gender divide. It alternates time perspective, which was so unique. We see the before and after Wes hits his break, until the end when the two timelines meet and transform into the now. It was not confusing at all, and I loved seeing the transition of how things ended up the way they did. Highly recommend this book!

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