➫ The Food of Love Read ➳ Author Amanda Prowse – Anguillais.us

The Food of Love Read The Food Of Love By Amanda Prowse Viagraonl1ne.us Freya Braithwaite Knows She Is Lucky Nineteen Years Of Marriage To A Man Who Still Warms Her Soul And Two Beautiful Teenage Daughters To Show For It Confident Charlotte And Thoughtful Lexi Her Home Is Filled With Love And Laughter.But When Lexi S Struggles With Weight Take Control Of Her Life, Everything Freya Once Took For Granted Falls Apart, Leaving The Whole Family With A Sense Of Helplessness That Can Only Be Confronted With Understanding, Unity And, Above All, Love.In This Compelling And Heart Wrenching New Work By Bestselling Author Amanda Prowse, One Ordinary Family Confronts Unexpected Difficulties And Discovers That Love Can Find Its Way Through Life S Darkest Moments.

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  1. says:

    If I could award this book 10 stars I would.I have never read a book so intense, so heartbreaking yet so frustrating, so insightful as The Food of Love Amanda took me on a journey and opened my eyes wide to Anorexia and the heartache and struggles this poor little girl faces on a daily basis.I shed many a tear whilst reading this book which never happens to me, and believe me when I say I have read a lot of true horrific stories But this one touched me like no other book has.You can see how mu If I could award this book 10 stars I would.I have never read a book so intense, so heartbreaking yet so frustrating, so insightful as The Food of Love Amanda took me on a journey and opened my eyes wide to Anorexia and the heartache and struggles this poor little girl faces on a daily basis.I shed many a tear whilst reading this book which never happens to me, and believe me when I say I have read a lot of true horrific stories But this one touched me like ...


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    Food is her sickness and food is her cure Tears are rolling down on my cheeks, My heart is heavy, My mind get exhausted,All is irresistible I exactly don t know how I m feeling right now but this is so excruciating An excerpt from the book that explains what The food of love is all aboutI live in a house where anorexia has swept all of the joy associated with eating out of the door and in its place left an awkward dust that lingers on surfaces, tainting our everyday actions and yes, eveFood is her sickness and food is her cure Tears are rolling down on my cheeks, My heart is heavy, My mind get exhausted,All is irresistible I exactly don t know how I m feeling right now but this is so excruciating An excerpt from the book that explains what The food of love is all aboutI live in a house where anorexia has swept all of the joy associated with eating out of the ...


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    This is a totally and utterly compelling read.My heart broke for all those involved in this mental health story of anorexia.For Freya the Mum An excellent Mom who continually questioned herself Going over the fact that maybe in some way she was to blame What she said What she did The anguish that brought her was very much a Mother s emotional state with anything affecting your child.The denial, then, the acceptance followed by I can sort this, I m her mom Lexi was a sweet child, being in t This is a totally and utterly compelling read.My heart broke for all those involved in this mental health story of anorexia.For Freya the Mum An excellent Mom who continually q...


  4. says:

    SPOILERS INCLUDED This is a story about anorexia The horrifying, pervasive, immersively devastating illness of anorexia, and the author lays out the process and powerlessness of her characters journeys in painful detail and with tremendous passion and heart.As much as you may think you know about the disease, the stomach churning, revoltingly visceral and corporeal details of a child who spends every waking moment avoiding, analyzing, regurgitating, and rejecting food in the need to starve her SPOILERS INCLUDED This is a story about anorexia The horrifying, pervasive, immersively devastating illness of anorexia, and the author lays out the process and powerlessness of her characters journeys in painful detail and with tremendous passion and heart.As much as you may think you know about the disease, the stomach churning, revoltingly visceral and corporeal details of a child who spends every waking moment avoiding, analyzing, regurgitating, and rejecting food in the need to starve herself are brutal Sickening Horrifying But then there...


  5. says:

    In a world obsessed with body image, this had the potential to be an insightful read about one young girls struggle with anorexia nervosa, if it had been told from said girls perspective Instead, it is told from the viewpoint of her rather overbearing mother who just happens to be a food blogger Almost every piece of dialect in the book is too upbeat to be taken seriously, to the point where it borders on cheesiness I understand the author wanted to create a relatively happy family picture be In a world obsessed with body image, this had the potential to be an insightful read about one young girls struggl...


  6. says:

    My mum has always used the Eleanor Roosevelt quote A woman is like a tea bag You never know how strong she is until she gets into hot water and that was the first thing that popped into my head when I met Freya in The Food of Love She is happily married possibly even a smug happily married to Lockie with teenage daughters Charlotte and Lexie Being a mum to teenage girls is a tough job I know but the unexpected horror of discovering Lexie is anorexic comes as a HUGE shock to all the My mum has always used the Eleanor Roosevelt quote A woman is like a tea bag You never know how strong she is until she gets into hot water an...


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    Full review to follow.


  8. says:

    I received a copy of this via NetGalley and the publishers in return for a fair and honest review.This turned out to be a much darker read than I was imagining as it deals with the devastating effects that an eating disorder has on a family.The Braithwaite family seem to be the perfect family a loving couple, Freya and Lockie, and their two daughters, Charlotte and Lexi Even the teenage girls squabbling seems to fit the normality of the family, but it soon becomes clear that one of the daught I received a copy of this via NetGalley and the publishers in return for a fair and honest review.This turned out to be a much darker read than I was imagining as it deals with the devastating effects that an eating disorder has on a family.The Braithwaite family seem to be th...


  9. says:

    Originally posted on This Chick ReadsIn January this year 2016 I had the pleasure to read Amanda Prowse s Another Love and I loved every second of it Though we re at the end of the year now and I ve read so many good books through out this year, Another Love is definitely one of my top 5 2016 releases Naturally, loving Amanda s writing so much, I was very excited to read her latest book, The Food of Love This book is among the last I ll read this year if not even the last , so I do l Originally posted on This Chick ReadsIn January this year 2016 I had the pleasure to read Amanda Prowse s Another Love and I loved every second of it Though we re at the end of the year now and I ve read so many good books through out this year, Another Love is definitely one of my top 5 2016 releases Naturally, loving Amanda s writing so much, I was very excited to read her latest book, The Food of Love This book is among the last I ll read this year if not even the last , so I do like the symbolism, starting and ending 2016 with a book by one of my favourite authors.Needless to say I had really high hopes for this book I know this might seem like a terrible pressure for the authors, but it comes with the territory No matter how much I try to have as little expectations as possible for a book, it s very ...


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    I honestly don t think a lot of this book It s not terrible, but it s nowhere near the best book about anorexia that I ve ever read It feels like someone did a lot of research on anorexia and then just wrote a story about what they think it s like to have a suffering family member I didn t feel the characters were that fleshed out and there just wasn t a lot of meat in the story.I also had a lot of issues with the mother, who was muchinterested in being a friend to her daughter than in I honestly don t think a lot of this book It s not terrible, but it s nowhere near the best book about anorexia that I ve ever read It feels like someone did a lot of research on anorexia and then just wrote a story about what they think it s like to have a suffering family member I didn t feel the characters were that fleshed out and there just wasn t a lot of meat in the story.I also had a lot of issues with the mother, who was muchinterested in being a friend to her daughter than in being a mother I don t understand parents who firmly believe their teenagers would never ever lie to them, about anything, or who feel that they know better than any doctor.The moment I find out my 5 6 daughter weighs only 87 lbs is the moment that kid is admitted into the hospital She doesn t want a feeding tube inserted Tough sh t Save the kid s life first and then deal with the psychological reasons, but if you don t get her fed then ...

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