Letting ana go by anonymous

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letting ana go by anonymous

Letting Ana Go by Anonymous

In the tradition of Go Ask Alice and Lucy in the Sky, a harrowing account of anorexia and addiction.

She was a good girl from a good family, with everything she could want or need. But below the surface, she felt like she could never be good enough. Like she could never live up to the expectations that surrounded her. Like she couldn’t do anything to make a change.

But there was one thing she could control completely: how much she ate. The less she ate, the better—stronger—she felt.

But it’s a dangerous game, and there is such a thing as going too far…

Her innermost thoughts and feelings are chronicled in the diary she left behind.
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Letting Ana Go - Anonymous

The one thing Ana knows she can control is her eating. She starves herself because her friend said it would be FUN.


Uncategorized March 6, Anonymous is a powerful descriptor. For people with eating disorders, anonymous becomes a lifestyle. Twenty million American women and ten million American men suffer from eating disorders, and Letting Ana Go is an anonymous journal that tells the story of one sufferer. They were asked to write down their thoughts and feelings about weight and body image as a way to prevent them from developing eating disorders members of another team had problems with eating disorders.

Her name wasn't ana. Her name was never mentioned. You're completely right, I didn't even notice that. Thanks for the clarification. Hardcover , pages. Publication: June 4, by Simon Pulse. Source: I received a review copy from the Publicist in exchange for an honest review.

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This sounds fantastic. I've always wondered whether or Go Ask Alice were true stories, since they are published by Anonymous, right? And just that itself intrigues me. I've only read Paperweight, which also deals with anorexia, but I'll definitely keep this one and Wintergirls in mind for later! Awesome review Michelle!


  1. Sally W. says:

    In the tradition of Go Ask Alice and Lucy in the Sky , a harrowing account of anorexia and addiction.

  2. Jon C. says:

    Young adult literature is one of my guilty pleasures, and I particularly enjoy books about mental illness.

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