MORBID CRAVINGS by Gladys Furphy

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Hilda Brooks is literally fading away from her anorexia/bulimia disorder-and losing whatever self-esteem she had. An attack by a werewolf in New York City not only changes Hilda into a fierce animal during nocturnal rampages, but impacts her "normal" life as well. Suddenly Hilda's eating disorder becomes a thing of the past. She evolves socially, no longer avoids people-rather she pursues them! Never again the "doormat", Hilda changes into a viable, assertive, twenty-first century woman. She is now a "Wolfbitch," empowered and emboldened. Hilda no longer fears food, she worships it-in the human form.Morbid Cravings is but one woman's journey into the often-troubled world of human relationships. It offers a pleasurable and frightening read, reaching beneath the surface of illusions to the tortured wellspring of prevalent and visible illnesses in today's world-illnesses suffered by so many women of all ages in all walks of life. This novel fosters a refreshingly new feminist outlook to the arena of werewolves and horror alike.

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Published November 17, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 150 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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What is “normal”? A well-established, successful woman impaired by an eating disorder, or her werewolf persona.

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