Zoe has no idea why she is being dropped off at Twin Birch, a hospital meant for girls with eating disorders. And to Zoe nothing is wrong with her, she believes that she isn't meant to be there. The only thing that helps her pass time is writing letters to her best friend Elsie, but she is hurt when Elsie never writes back. Can she figure out all the questions that are running through her mind before she has to go back home?
This novel deals with the mature subject of eating disorders. It's written throughout Zoe’s six weeks at Twin Birch but also through her letters that she writes to Elsie giving you some background knowledge on Zoe's life before she arrived at twin birch. A really fast paced and interesting read that I finished over two days. The last couple of days at the hospital really make the story that much better and really makes you feel for Zoe. I randomly picked up this novel at a bookstore and I'm really glad I did because I really enjoyed it. Rating 4 out of 5 stars.
- @Fallenangelhushhush of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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