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[Reading] ➷ Massive ➭ Julia Bell – Izmirescort.pro I'm fat I hear myself saying I look in the mirror My face has gone hot and red I feel like I'm going to explode I'm fat It sizzles under my skin puffing me up pushing me out making me massive Weight hI'm fat I hear myself saying I look in the mirror My face has gone hot and red I feel like I'm going to explode I'm fat It sizzles under my skin puffing me up pushing me out making me massive Weight has always been a big issue in Carmen's li.

Fe How could it not? Her mom is obsessed with the idea that thin equals beautiful thin equals successful thin equals the way to get what you want Carmen knows that as far as her mom is concerned there is only one option be thin When her moth.

massive pdf Massive EpubFe How could it not? Her mom is obsessed with the idea that thin equals beautiful thin equals successful thin equals the way to get what you want Carmen knows that as far as her mom is concerned there is only one option be thin When her moth.

Massive MOBI ò Paperback

Massive MOBI ò Paperback Librarian note there are multiple authors with this name on GoodreadsI was born in Bristol but raised in Wales I can speak Welsh and have published two novels for young adults Massive and Dirty Work both published by Macmillan in the UK In the US Massive is published by Simon and Schuster and Dirty Work by Walker Books Massive has also been translated into ten languages including Thai

10 thoughts on “Massive

  1. Lucy Lucy says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubSome books are so good they make you angry Massive by Julia Bell is one of those booksSet in England Massive is the story of a teenager girl Carmen whose mother suffers from an eating disorder–one that she is slowly forcing upon her daughter She’s moody paranoid and slowly unraveling at the seams Honestly sometimes you really want to punch this woman for what she?


  2. Chrissy Chrissy says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubI wanted to like Massive since I've always had a particular soft spot for characters with eating disorders but there was something so bleak about the lack of character development here that I really can't say I enjoyed it We see snippets of a severely disordered mother passing along her anorexicbulimic ways to her young teenage daughter but it's all so heavily mixed with random scenes that nothing feels accomplished I either want to have great character development or a great plot line and this delivered neither I can't say I particularly cared what happened to any of these characters as I still didn't know them when the book was over And the ending was abrupt and again bleak


  3. Jody Jody says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubHorribleNo character development The characters are weak charictures of stereotypes Basic plot is that a mother is anorexic keeps calling her teen daughter fat daughter develops an eating disorder The daughter by the way is legitimately described as fat The first half of the book talks about how she gobbles down Big Macs and piles of candy bars The fat daughter is 114 pounds It would be fine to have someone think of themselves as fat and not be which is what I assume the author was trying for here But it failedThe fat hate is crazy Again I assume the author was trying to show the disordered thinking and just missed the mark But fat people's bodies are described as rippling every time a fat person eats something they get it all over their face etc It's just so so poorly doneI hate that people are going to check this book out of the library At least they might learn some British slang


  4. Jahan Jahan says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubI really did not enjoy this Really I'd previously read a really amazing ED book 'Monkey Taming' by Judith Fathallah so was interested in trying out of the same genre But the book is barely about Carmen's dieting or ED it's mostly about her cruel crazy mother and the crap drama Carmen goes through I felt the book didn't give a proper insight into Carmen's personality or motives despite the entire book being in a first person narrative Her actions seemed pretty random at times and every time some sort of dieting typeED situation occurred I actually got surprised because the majority of the book had me reading about her family politics or messed up 'friends' I would not have minded this so much if it wasn't for the blurb and the COVER of the book which obviously misled me to believe this was a book on EDCarmen was not likeable at all mostly because of this lack of insight into her personality I did not pity or sympathise with her despite the problems she was going through which i


  5. Brittany Brittany says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubI'm a sucker for books that takes place in England and for teen mental health stories so I had high hopes for this book Bell does an excellent job of creating depth to the characters of Carmen and her mother Mom is t


  6. Benji Benji says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubHonestly two stars is being a little generousThis book was a hard read and the only reason I finished it was because I had nothing else to do today and it was the only book I had on hand The author tried to tackle the horrors and reality of having an eating disorder and living with someone who has an eating disorder but if flopped in my opinion Most of the characters were dull and unlikable and nothing made me want to root for Carmen If anything as someone who has an eating disorder I am a bit insulted after having read thisWhile anorexia can indeed make a person self absorbed it alone does not turn a person into a narcissist Most people with anorexia in fac


  7. Alyce Hunt Alyce Hunt says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive Epub'Massive' is a story focusing on eating disorders particularly bulimia nervosa so if you're sensitive to issues regarding eating disorders and you


  8. Below Below says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubThe main thing I really enjoyed about this book is that it's mostly set in Birmingham which is great because I haven't been able to find much Birmingham based YA we're the second city people start writing fiction about us I really enjoyed reading about places that I know where they are or were this book was published in 2002 and there was even a bit of politics with discussion of the Bull Ring and the new buildingAs for the book itself I kind of enjoyed it but it's a bit scattergun with lots of things being brought up and never really being fully addressed for example bullying view spoilerthere's scenes where this girl Kelly is bullied for her weight and alleged lesbian tendencies including by the main character but it's never


  9. Rachel Yule Rachel Yule says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubHalfway through I didn't think there were any nice characters in this book however i do think that Lisa is a likable character but thats pretty much it This book deals with a lot of serious issues the main one being eating disorders but also bullying homophobia Slightly family issues poverty markets being closed for superstores small busnisses being forced out But it doesn't do it well it is all very flat and nothing really happens and though i know that not all books need happy endings it just really didn't have a happy anything Instead of helping anyone it just spiraled downwards It also annoyed me that the whole beginning of the book everyone is going on about how fat Carmen is Not just her mother everyone and it details that she eats a lot as in buys a meal on the way home from school then cooks herself a meal then has a meal with her mum then her dad brings her a meal home then she eats a load of crisps and chocolate Every single night However she is still a size


  10. Cherylann Cherylann says:

    Massive MOBI ò Paperback massive pdf, Massive EpubI thought Massive was going to deal with weight issues eating disorders and body image However it's really a book about family and how some families can be destructive for those in them I found Massive to be really dark and disturbing I'd like to say it was unrealistic in that I can't believe that none of the family members saw what was happening and stepped in However I do know that in life those closest to a bad situation often turn a blind eye I had trouble connecting to the characters and I didn't see significant character development in the book Combine that with a less than satisfactory resolution to the novel to me it seemed like the author stopped after the climax and keep in mind The Giver with it's ambiguous ending is one of my favorite books I found the novel a less than gripping read


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Julia Bell

Massive MOBI ò Paperback Librarian note there are multiple authors with this name on GoodreadsI was born in Bristol but raised in Wales I can speak Welsh and have published two novels for young adults Massive and Dirty Work both published by Macmillan in the UK In the US Massive is published by Simon and Schuster and Dirty Work by Walker Books Massive has also been translated into ten languages including Thai