Everyone needs to read this book. It shows the dangers of an eating disorder, recovering from it. It shows tragedy, mystery, and it haunts you.
Zoe is in a hospital, but this isn’t a normal hospital. It’s Twin Birch, home to unnerving staff and patients with glassy eyes and a penchant for harming themselves. Zoe doesn’t belong there, she was normal. Well, as normal as a teenage girl can be.
However, she has no clue as to why she’s here. No one will tell her. So, she writes letters to her best friend, Elise, just to stay sane. The only problem? Elise won’t write back. That furthers the issue, because Zoe can’t survive without her.
Between journal entries, and letters written, the story unfolds with a twist, giving an inside scoop on what it’s like to face high school, an eating disorder, and a tragedy all at the same time.
That’s my synopsis of the book. I literally could not put this down, I was reading it while walking through the hallways at school, to and from places, eating, etc. All because the author brings you in. She did a fantastic job, I truly recommend this book to anyone.