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When she looks in the mirror she sees the pockets of fat hanging on her body. Everyone else is just blind. She picks the bruised apples at lunch so she has an excuse to cut some of it off, she sews quarters in the lining of her robe to add weight when she has to stand on the s Lia fights a war every day.

She picks the bruised apples at lunch so she has an excuse to cut some of it off, she sews quarters in the lining of her robe to add weight when she has to stand on the scale in front of her stepmother, and she cuts herself — just little cuts in order to let the pain leak out of her body.

When Lia learns that Cassie, her best friend, has been found dead in a motel room, maintaining any healthy habit is extremely difficult.

Laurie Halse Anderson has done it again. It is an extremely powerful and honest look at the life of an anorexic girl. You will be choked up and at a loss for words by the time you get to the final page.

View all 13 comments. Mar 26, 46milestogo rated it did not like it. Laurie Halse Anderson sinks her teeth into writes about eating disorders in this one.

View all 21 comments. Sep 21, karen rated it liked it Shelves: why-yes-i-ya , and-so-this-is-grad-school.

View all 90 comments. Jul 25, Anne rated it it was amazing Shelves: brrrrrrr-shake-it-off , its-complicated , dark-or-and-morbid , family , despicable-villains-and-antagonists.

I ship this book. I MEAN Before I go further, before I'm made out to be insensitive, these are things you need to know.

I am the I ship this book. Lia is that girl. She has to be the skinniest of them all, and she'll hurt her body in all the ways possible just to wear that skinny crown.

She looks at food and all she sees are numbers. Calories and numbers, numbers and calories. Counting and starving are two of the things she shares with her best friend, together they're the Wintergirls.

But Lia's better, better at counting, and so much better at starving. The story opens with her best friend's sudden death which leaves Lia shackled alone, and lost in the gravity of a disease they once shared.

And so Lia tries to find her way. Appetite: I seriously don't get it. Appetite: What are we having for dinner? Me: Everything. We both know the only time I become anorexic is after I've eaten to my gluttonous content and then eaten some more just to convince myself that I shouldn't eat some more.

But we don't quit. We don't quit because we do want to get it. Somehow my appetite falls along the way or maybe I do the deafened part of me.

Lia made me see and believe in the gravity of her disorder. I believe in the power of lack of will power and in the debilitating, unrelenting voices which threaten to drown out everything else, poisoning and weakening your resolve as they echo and bounce around in your head.

I believe in the surprising and occasional comfort the ground offers, deceiving you into never finding your feet and rising up again.

That's just it, Lia made me believe in her story. And finally I found myself yelling: You can do it! You can do it, Lia.

You can. Don't listen to those voices saying you can't. Don't let them eat you up. Don't let them take what's left of you. Lia just grew so much.

So freaking much. Funny thing is while I was reading, I couldn't see it, I didn't notice the little shifts, the little shaky steps she took towards becoming free.

I guess it's this thing where we always expect to see the change when it happens, for it to be some great defining moment - something we can pinpoint and link a memory to.

But it wasn't so, and It isn't always so. It's possible people won't get this book the way I do, not everyone will understand Lia.

I didn't, not at first. Actually not at all. But the truth of her story, the moral of it, is such an urgent and imparting one.

The topic of anorexia is not something I really thought I'd ever read about. Coupled with loss, honestly it's not something to pick up lightly.

But I loved this story all the more for it's dark and somber quality. I'll believe anyone who says the writing isn't spectacular or magnificent, or in contrasting view, may be it's overly poetic.

I'll concur and go right ahead and nod if someone said parts of this book were annoying and the plot twist wasn't hair-raising and jaw-dropping enough.

But I'll answer right back and say: This isn't meant to entertain you, it's meant to bring you right back down to earth, and remind you that there are some things that are beyond our understanding.

And that's okay. But the thing is to listen. Even if that's the only thing you can do, listen and not judge what you can't understand. There are only small steps upward; an easier day, an unexpected laugh, a mirror that doesn't matter anymore.

Sometimes in smiles. We haunt ourselves. I spun out of control. Eating was hard. Breathing was hard. Living was hardest.

I wanted to swallow the bitter seeds of forgetfulness Somehow, I dragged myself out of the dark and asked for help.

I spin and weave and knit my words and visions until a life starts to take shape. There is no magic cure, no making it all go away forever.

Failed friendship. Failed sisterhood and daughterhood. Failed mirrors and scales and phone calls. You want to know why? Step into a tanning booth and fry yourself for two or three days.

After your skin bubbles and peels off, roll in coarse salt, then pull on long underwear woven from spun glass and razor wire.

Over that goes your regular clothes, as long as they are tight. Smoke gunpowder and go to school to jump through hoops, sit up and beg, and roll over on command.

Listen to the whispers that curl into your head at night, calling you ugly and fat and stupid and bitch and whore and worst of all, "a disappointment.

Puke and starve and drink and cut because you need the anesthetic and it works. For a while. But then the anesthetic turns into poison and by then it's too late because you are mainlining it now, straight into your soul.

It is rotting you and you can't stop. Look in a mirror and find a ghost. Hear every heartbeat scream that everysinglething is wrong with you.

Ask "Why not? I want to eat like a normal person eats, but I need to see my bones or I will hate myself even more and I might cut my heart out or take every pill that was ever made.

View all 51 comments. Jul 08, Kyla rated it liked it. I'm surprised there is so little criticism of this book! I don't normally write reviews, but I finished the book a couple weeks ago and have been letting my thoughts simmer, unable to just forget it.

Amazon seems to have eaten my review maybe it will be posted in a couple days? I decided to look for more dissenting opinions on here.

Anderson creates a page turner and certainly has an admirable command of language. Most articles and even many book I'm surprised there is so little criticism of this book!

Most articles and even many books about eating disorders focus on the horror! Anderson goes a little beyond that, but not far.

The obsessive thoughts and messages running through Lia's head are dead-on. Her behaviors are textbook, and the degradation of her body is sadly a reality for many.

We sense that something is not quite right in Lia's world, but Anderson never gives us enough information to speculate as to what's fueling the obsession.

We see that Lia is grieving, we see that she hates her family, we see that her self esteem is cripplingly low - but there's not much more to her than that.

The reader is likely to interpret her feelings as little more than ordinary teenage angst - when eating disorders are much more than that.

I hesitate to write this, because there is no one-size-fits-all description of someone with anorexia or bulimia. But I do wonder at the stereotypes Anderson chooses to embrace and reject.

Here's what we know about Cassie: she's an over-extended people-pleaser very involved in her community, but she has low self esteem.

All of that sounds like textbook bulimia. Lia, on the other hand, is rich, unhappy, and the daughter of divorced parents.

That's about all we know about her outside of her obsession with food and weight-loss. I seriously reject the notion that only rich girls develop anorexia.

A stereotype that is commonly true of anorectics, though, is that they are perfectionists, and many are overachievers. Lia is none of these things - and although those aren't requirements for anorexia, Anderson doesn't give us anything else to go on.

Lia doesn't care about her grades, doesn't care about pissing people off, doesn't want to go to college, doesn't really do anything or hold any aspirations other than her next goal weight.

And while eating disorders commonly do reach this life-consuming point, we never get a glimpse of what Lia is aside from a series of behaviors and pounds lost.

To her credit, Anderson includes a paragraph or two describing anxiety. I respect her hesitation to avoid spelling out the lesson to be learned or gift-wrapping the text.

But as a writer, Anderson fails to dig. The novel is more like a circus - strange and fascinating to watch, but several steps short of revealing.

It just isn't enough. I am really amazed by reviewers who say, "Wow, now I understand anorexia! Readers, whether they know much or little about eating disorders, won't walk away having gained more insight than an article on Lindsay Lohan would give them.

Anderson notes that she interviewed clinicians and visited pro anorexia websites during her research. I just don't feel that that was sufficient.

People who are pro eating disorders are sure to love this book the way they love Wasted, but unlike Wasted, we see only the train wreck - without insight.

If I am going to nitpick insignificant details, here they are: 1 The police scene is not believable. You can access your voice mail from any phone.

So they for sure would have investigated the messages further. Not stiff the way a real relationship can be, but stiff the way they are written.

For real, Anderson is a gifted writer. But I think there is more to great literature than a captivating narrative.

View all 9 comments. Apr 02, C. Drews rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , contemporary , read , mental-illness. That was emotional and terrible and intense I'm cold!

I always find it intense and confronting to read about eating disorders. It definitely affected me. This That was emotional and terrible and intense This book is dangerous and beautiful.

It's written ridiculously well. Like, the writing lingers in that area between metaphor and reality. And the wording?! We held hands when we walked down the gingerbread path into the forest, blood dripping from our fingers.

We danced with witches and kissed monsters. We turned us into wintergirls, when she tried to leave, I pulled her back into the snow because I was afraid to be alone.

Is that not ridiculously beautiful? The topic is tough, obviously, but the author handled it so so well. I was caught between fury and crying half the time.

I do NOT think Lia's family supported her. I do NOT think they were helping her emotionally. They saw numbers on a scale, just like she did -- only she wanted them to go down, and they needed them to go up.

Anorexia isn't just about food: it's emotional and mental, too. And I feel like Lia did not get the help there that she needed.

She needed it from her family I really don't know how to review this book. There was a lot of purple prose. I thought it was beautiful, but there were times when it felt like a filler.

The book made me uncomfortable It doesn't stick a bandaid on at the end, but at the same time, there is a whiff of hope. So this book totally disturbed me and I'm just going to go burrow under my blankets and cry because this book is as beautiful as it is terrible.

View all 8 comments. Laurie Halse Anderson knows how to write a good and powerful book! View 1 comment. Jan 01, Helene Jeppesen rated it really liked it.

This was my first read by Laurie Halse Anderson and I now see why people love her writing so much. She has a way of explaining inner thoughts in beautiful and heart-breaking words and phrases, and while the language is poetic it doesn't drown the actual story.

It's a very strong and impactful story; especially, I would imagine, if you read it as a young adult which this novel is targeted towards.

However, you can obviously still read it This was my first read by Laurie Halse Anderson and I now see why people love her writing so much. However, you can obviously still read it as an adult and be disturbed and impacted by it.

It is an eye-opener when it comes to what anoxeria does to your body and your mind, because it is a scary and honest insight into the protagonist's Lia's thoughts on food and weight and everything body-related.

I think this book was special because it was so raw, but also because of its language. Laurie Halse Anderson is a master at her craft, and as mentioned earlier I definitely agree with everyone who claims that she writes beautiful, yet haunting stories.

Oct 25, Mary rated it it was amazing. Reread in December This left me so fucked up. I have no clue how to begin.

I felt physically uncomfortable while reading it and I felt so so sad throughout it. Just, simply put, an overwhelming feeling of sadness and helplessness was always with me.

Wintergirls tells the story of Lia, a high school senior who struggles with anorexia. One thing that is very important is that this book does not glamorize eating disorders.

They are shown with all the ugliness they have - and trust me, there is so, so much ugliness in them, and it shows that they are not a whim, they are not a trend, they are an illness and, like with many illnesses, they take over your life and you lose yourself in them.

I saw Lia struggle so much, and I felt for her and for her family. She has so much pain cooped up inside, that she resorts to self harm in order to feel…something, to let the pain out.

This book scared me so much. Thankfully, I woke up and never jumped that line. It may save a life. View 2 comments. Apr 08, sarah xoxo rated it liked it Shelves: my-reviews , read , audiobook , on-my-shelf , ya-contemporary.

It has been almost a month since I read Wintergirls and I still don't know how to feel about it. Laurie Halse Anderson is undoubtably an immensely talented author.

She painted such a vivid picture of what it is like to live with an eating disorder that I felt like I was Lia, experiencing it alongside her. Some lines absolutely punched me in the gut.

Not just in their beauty and poetry, but in their raw and unflinchingness. I know why. Wintergirls was scary. Not in a horror movie, jump scare way- but in the strange and unsettling feelings it evoked in me.

If you think you are even slightly not in the right mindset to read this, I would urge you to wait until you feel in you are in better space.

This book had my brain down strange spirals and I have never personally had experiences with eating disorders.

My heart was shattered into a million pieces thinking about the story. Lia, her body, her parents, her step-sister. At times I just wanted to scream at her to just eat.

But I know it doesn't work that way. Here is where my conflicted feelings come in. Should I rate a book lower because I didn't enjoy the experience, despite it being realistic and well written?

One of the main things stopping me from entirely connecting with the story was Lia herself. I felt like despite being in her head for the entirety of the novel, I never truly got to know her.

Her ED consumed her entire being until there was no space for a crack of personality to shine through. I didn't understand why she was doing this, when clearly all it was causing her and those around her, was pain.

I didn't love the ending. Because Lia's weight is so low, she ends up waking up in the hospital, finally realizing that she actually wants to live.

Wintergirls received mostly positive reviews from critics. Writing for The Guardian , Melvin Burgess notes that the novel is "an exhausting novel to read: brilliant, intoxication, full of drama, love, and like all the best books of this kind, hope.

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User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Adult Written by laneymiller March 2, Helpful, Insightful, Worthwhile I have read countless books about eating disorders.

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Join now. Add your rating See all 8 parent reviews. Add your rating See all 29 kid reviews. Eighteen-year-old Lia wakes up to learn her former best friend, Cassie, has killed herself.

The night she died she called Lia 33 times, and Lia didn't answer. In fifth grade, they were best friends, so close they swore to help each other be the skinniest girls in high school.

When their eating disorders spiral out of control and repeated stays in treatment centers don't help, Lia finally distances herself from Cassie.

Even though Lia can't give up her obsession with losing weight, she hates herself and relieves some of her mental anguish by cutting and self-medication.

Her parents try to help but are easily fooled into believing she is better, even after Cassie dies from bulimia. Cassie continues to encourage Lia to starve herself even after she is dead by haunting her; and Lia's guilt helps drive her down into one more bout of starvation that sends her to the hospital again, where she is committed and treated for mental illness.

It is not for the faint of heart, but fans of Laurie Halse Anderson may find it hard to resist. Teens will find it depressing -- parents will find it even more so -- but Anderson's beautiful and evocative writing will compel them to read to the end.

Anderson says in an afterward that she wrote this book because of so many readers who asked her to write about eating disorders, cutting, and feeling lost.

It's hard to imagine anyone doing a better job. An innovative style of journal writing is used to further illustrate a troubled mind -- some pages are blank while others feature crossed out words.

Lia references fairy tales and fairy tale images that will appeal especially to female readers. This story has more brutality than a fairy tale from the Grimm brothers.

As Lia says, there is no magic cure for girls like her, but there is a tiny, potent thimbleful of hope in the end.

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