miercuri, 10 iulie 2013

Review:The Dissapearing girl by Heather Topham Wood


Title: The Disappearing Girl

Author: Heather Topham Wood

Release date: May 7, 2013

Age Group: New Adult

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Book Description:

Kayla Marlowe is slowly vanishing…
Last year, Kayla’s world imploded. Her beloved father died, leaving her alone with a narcissistic mother who is quick to criticize her daughter’s appearance. During her winter break from college, Kayla’s dangerous obsession with losing weight begins.
Kayla feels like her world changes for the better overnight. Being skinny seems to be the key to the happiness she has desperately been seeking. Her mother and friends shower her with compliments, telling her how fantastic she looks. Kayla is starving, but no one knows it.
Cameron Bennett explodes into Kayla’s life. He’s sexy and kind—he has every quality she has been looking for in a guy. As Cameron grows closer to Kayla and learns of how far she’s willing to go to stay thin, he becomes desperate to save her.
Kayla’s struggles with anorexia and bulimia reach a breaking point and she is forced to confront her body image issues in order to survive. She wonders if Cameron could be the one to help heal her from the pain of her past.

New Adult Contemporary-Ages 17+ due to language and sexual situations.




Review:


If there are girls in this world who think they are not beautiful or who let other make them believe that ,they are wrong.This is one lesson you can learn from this book.
Honestly,i'm not sure how to start this review.This book subject are :bulimia,anorexia and depression.

After Kayla's father died everything changed.Being criticized by her mother every time because of her weight,Kayla decided to do something about that.A strict diet,but it wasn't just a diet,it was something worse.Slowly she started to fade away,to loose weight-and she was obsessed with the thought that she was fat.And then she met Cameron Bennett.But that didn't changed what she was doing.

This kind of books make me think about how many cases like this are in real life and there are,because anorexia is a sickness,a bad one who can ruin everyone's life.I'm grateful that there are authors who write about this subject.In this way everyone can read and learn that what you think about yourself is more important than what others think.That you are beautiful even if you are fat,even if you are skinny.The more important think is how you feel.And that's it.

I'm glad that Kayla met Cameron,but i admit that at some point i thought that maybe it was too late for her.Their relationship was sweet and amazing.Cameron was amazing and i liked the fact that he did everything he could to help Kayla.

The story was beautiful and sweet,kind of a little sad because of how Kayla's mother acted.
The author wrote about a sickness and she created a world in which a girl thought that being skinny was everything ,but she was wrong.I liked how everything turned out.I liked that Cameron didn't give up.
True love.Real friendship.Well,i can't say much about Kayla's friends.About true love?Yeah,well,about that i can write all day because it was true love.

Honestly,it was a good book and i liked how things turned out.How everything changed,mainly how Cameron fighted for Kayla.I hated that she wasn't listening.I hated that she had to wait until the last moment to realize that what she did was wrong,that she nearly destroyed her life and hurt the people who loved her.But at least she did the right thing,and that was exactly what i wished.

The end was perfect.And not just only the end of the book.The book was very good and well written.Beautiful and sad at the same time.Amazing.



About the Author

Heather Topham Wood’s obsession with novels began in childhood while growing up in a shore town in New Jersey. Writing since her teens, she recently returned to penning novels after a successful career as a freelance writer. She’s the author of the paranormal romance Second Sight series and the standalone The Disappearing Girl.

Heather graduated from the College of New Jersey in 2005 and holds a bachelor's degree in English. Her freelance work has appeared in publications such as USA Today, Livestrong.com, Outlook by the Bay and Step in Style magazine. She resides in Trenton, New Jersey with her husband and two sons. Besides writing, Heather is a pop culture fanatic and has an obsession with supernatural novels and TV shows.


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