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About the Author

Hadley Freeman is the author of The Meaning of Sunglasses and Be Awesome and has been a columnist and staff writer for The Guardian since 2000, where she writes the popular ‘Ask Hadley’ fashion column. She also contributes to US Vogue. She lives in New York and London.

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‘A frank and insightful account … offers insight into the unique struggle of adolescent girls in an era when they are told they can be anything’ The Times ‘A clear-eyed view of a debilitating and misunderstood illness’ Guardian ‘Freeman manages to turn this tragic and taxing tale into a gripping story’ Financial Times ‘This is a vital contribution that it’s to be hoped will change how we understand anorexia, and perhaps also influence the messages we put across to young girls’ Jewish Chronicle ‘For parents of girls with eating disorders, this is vital, revelatory, and deeply moving’ Caitlin Moran ‘Recounting her years of anorexia with uncommon honesty, Hadley Freeman makes a powerful case for finding the will to live’ Lauren Collins, author of When In French ‘Breaking the silence around eating disorders with piercing honesty’ Hugo Rifkind, Times columnist ‘I urge any anorexic, or parent of an anorexic, to read this book’ Daily Mail ‘This is a heart-breaking account of what might lead someone to feel self-starvation is her only option and Freeman should be commended for her bravery in writing about this’ Evening Standard ‘She has brought to bear every ounce of her trademark clarity, precision and wit to render her own experience, and that of other women with anorexia, with the utmost specificity and sensitivity’ New York Times ‘Freeman is a brave, illuminating and meticulous reporter, and uses her experience wisely’ Observer

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