Pretty Bones

Kobo ebook | September 28, 2011

byAya Tsintziras

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Raine has a family, good grades, best friends, and a boyfriend who loves her. But then anorexia takes over, and her life spirals out of control. Her efforts to hide her condition are finished when she collapses at a school dance. Although she's whisked away to treatment, Raine isn't ready to accept who she really is and get the help she desperately needs. For Raine, coming-of-age means coming closer to death.

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Raine has a family, good grades, best friends, and a boyfriend who loves her. But then anorexia takes over, and her life spirals out of control. Her efforts to hide her condition are finished when she collapses at a school dance. Although she's whisked away to treatment, Raine isn't ready to accept who she really is and get the help sh...

At fifteen, AYA TSINTZIRAS' play, Rainfall, won an Honourable Mention in the Tarragon Theatre's Under 20 Playwright Competition. Now completing her degree in Political Science and Media Studies at the University of Toronto, Aya has rewritten the play into this novel. Her interest in anorexia developed during her teenage years after a ...
Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 28, 2011Publisher:James Lorimer & Company Ltd., PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1552777146

ISBN - 13:9781552777145

Appropriate for ages: 13 - adult

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Short, but breath taking At first the book seemed to be too short to have any decent plot or climax to be read. But after reading the first two chapters I was hooked. The story follows a young girl and how she is to deal with being pretty and perfect. Which most teens these days try to pursuit. At first it sounds stereotypical, but the story had enough depth that you could picture as the story went on. From having parent problems to love life this story says all. All I wish was that it was a lot more longer.
Date published: 2012-11-11

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Rated G - Good, even great at times, generally useful!The genius in this book lies in its ability to communicate to the reader the depth of Raine's denial without resorting to overt statement...for a school age-reader, the consequent insight should have more impact than a more dramatic presentation.