Starved by Michael Somers

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An intriguing, if not always emotionally engaging, story of a serious teen problem.
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The day high-school senior Nathan Thomas throws up at school without needing to use his fingers is the day he knows his eating disorder is completely out of his control. The night his mother finds him collapsed in the living room is the night he nearly dies from his starvation. He is rushed to the hospital and admitted to an adolescent eating disorders unit. He weighs 112 pounds.

Nathan rebels by pretending to go along with the program at first, until his parents refuse to help in his recovery. With only his treatment team and fellow patients to rely on, Nathan comes to terms with the boy who lost himself and the young man who gains himself back, one pound at a time.
 

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Published November 2, 2012 by Rundy Hill Press LLC. 258 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Apr 30 2013

An intriguing, if not always emotionally engaging, story of a serious teen problem.

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