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Sixteen-year-old Pea looks normal, but she has a secret: she has Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). It is like having a monster inside of her, one that not only dictates what she can eat, but also causes anxiety, depression, and thoughts that she doesn’t want to have. When she falls crazy-mad in love with Ben, she hides her disorder from him, pretending that she’s fine. At first, everything really does feel like it’s getting better with him around, so she stops taking her anxiety and depression medication. And that's when the monster really takes over her life. Just as everything seems lost and hopeless, Pea finds in her family, and in Ben, the support and strength she needs to learn that her eating disorder doesn’t have to control her.
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February 28, 2017
Update: I just wanted to place this review at the top of mind to let you all know that another reviewer was very harmed by the rep in this book. I think it's important that while I'll continue to love this book and what it's done for me, I give you guys the opportunity to view someone else's expe...
June 02, 2017
Ahhh disappointment, my old friend, it's nice to see you. It's been awhile.
For a more detailed and better explanation about how problematic this book is, feel free to read this review
Warning: I get incredibly personal in this review and I apologize in advance for it. I'm not usually this p...
March 02, 2017
This is a book that should not be read by those who currently have or have had an eating disorder (ED). It's not just that the depiction of those who have EDs is bad, it's that the depiction is legitimately dangerous to those of us who do/have had an ED.
Do not, I repeat, DO NOT put this book int...
July 10, 2017
PEOPLE STOP LINKING TO ONE REVIEW! THE LINK DOESNT WORK! STOP TELLING PEOPLE TO NOT READ A BOOK BASED ON ONE INTERPRETATION! AND THAT LINK DOESNT EVEN WORK BECAUSE THAT PERSON ****SUDDENLY FOR SOME REASON***** REMOVED IT! STOP! YOU'RE EMBARRASSING YOURSELVES WITH THIS HERD MENTALITY AND ATTACKIN...
July 01, 2017
Pea is a sixteen year old girl who struggles with the eating disorder ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder). Her illness makes her avoid certain foods limiting her socialization with friends. She meets a boy named Ben but fears he will reject her once he discovers her secret. Her last...
February 28, 2017
There are readers, particularly those who have dealt with eating disorders (specifically anorexia and bulimia), who find this book triggering. So please be warned and take care of yourself.
I really, really wanted to like Sad Perfect, but unfortunately, it just… didn’t work for me. I had high hope...
March 01, 2017
What I love about this website and the book community, in general, is being able to learn more from others. I want to thank a commenter who explain how she disagreed with me. How she felt this was cliche and hatred towards other types of EDs. I can see where she is coming from an...
February 25, 2017
I read about 50 pages into this book (~15%) and stumbled upon a disturbing review about it, as well as the possible effects it would have on potential readers. With that, I'm not wasting anymore time on this harmful, damaging book.
I originally requested this because it seemed like a hopeful story...
February 20, 2017
Holy god this book is awful. I'm gonna try to sleep on it to write a review that isn't just angry yelling, but I can't make any promises.
This review was originally published on the blog www.amidsummernightsread.com
A couple disclaimers before I get started. Jessica originally agreed...
September 09, 2016
Stephanie Elliot's raw YA debut, SAD PERFECT, tells the story of a high school girl with ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), one which impacts every aspect of her life - from her association with food to her relationships with family and friends. Pea is quite convinced a monster li...