Top critical review
Repetitive and slow
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2020
I’ve had this book for two months and still haven’t made it through. I enjoyed the first book in the series and was surprised by how slow and repetitive this one was. More than half the book is about a child’s anorexia and everyone including her mother turning a blind eye to it despite suspecting a problem - painful to get through. At the same time we keep hearing the main characters talk about how they need to eat healthier and work out more and lose weight over and over and over again, without any of them actually doing any of those things. Probably could have skipped this book and not missed anything in the series. Not sure if I’ll give book 3 a shot.