Download Wintergirls PDF by Laurie Halse Anderson published on 19 March 2009. It recounts to the narrative of a young lady, Lia Overbrook, who experiences anorexia and self-hurt. She battles to battle her psychological maladjustment while adjusting everything else in her life.
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Reviews of Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
1. Rating 4/5
At 95 pounds despite everything she feels fat. When she looks in the mirror she sees the pockets of fat holding tight her body. Every other person is simply visually impaired. Two remains in a treatment office haven’t restored her; it simply constrained her to create methods to make due in a universe of nourishment. She picks the wounded apples at lunch so she has a reason to cut some of it off, she sews quarters in the coating of her robe to add weight when she needs to remain on the scale before her stepmother, and she cuts herself – simply little slices so as to give the torment a chance to break out of her body.
At the point when Lia discovers that Cassie, her closest companion, has been discovered dead in a motel room, keeping up any sound propensity is amazingly troublesome. In addition to the fact that she has to hear her out claim voice fixating on each calorie of nourishment she devours; presently she needs to manage Cassie showing up and rooting for her and urging her to get skinnier so Lia can join Cassie on the “opposite side.”
Lia must choose where she needs to be – on the planet with the living or stuck in the solidified existence where she has caught herself.
Laurie Halse Anderson has done it once more. With this being the tenth commemoration of the arrival of SPEAK, it is a superb time for WINTERGIRLS to make a big appearance. It is an incredibly ground-breaking and legit take a gander at the life of an anorexic young lady. You will be teared up and speechless when you get to the last page.
2. Rating 4.5/5
Wintergirls is an anecdote about a young lady who’s battling with anorexia. It’s a quite fast read, however, it didn’t move me as much as I suspected it would.
The story is great. Alarming and stunning with a solid message. I don’t have a great deal of knowledge into the ailment so this was a genuine eye-opener for me; I didn’t know how individuals with anorexia had the option to really self-control themselves to not eat. We’ve appeared through Lia’s perspective how she twists her reality and connections that which steers her into sorrow. It’s not just about what she places into her mouth, yet how she sees her impulses and the vacant void she lives in. It’s extremely a bewildering story that floods with feelings.
Notwithstanding, I wish the characters were more strong. We never truly went into their purposes behind reasoning so contrarily. What occurred in their lives to get them to this point? In this perspective, it felt like the creator went extremely cliché youngster anxiety.
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So she tells me, the words dribbling out with the cranberry muffin crumbs, commas dunked in her coffee. She tells me in four sentences. No, five. I can’t let me hear this, but it’s too late. The facts sneak in and stab me. When she gets to the worst part … body found in a motel room, alone . . . … my walls go up and my doors lock. I nod like I’m listening like we’re communicating, and she never knows the difference. It’s not nice when girls die.
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