Johnson, J. J.
||Jennifer has an eating disorder; but
her family doesnít believe her. When she finally talks
them into admitting her into the Samuel Tuke Center, she
knows that she may have made a terrible mistake. While she
imagined a peaceful and supportive environment, what she
really finds are locked doors, strict rules, and people
she canít trust. In order to leave, she must make her way
through the strict program and examine her relationships
with others, both inside and outside the facility. (Eliot Rosewater
Indiana High School Book Award, Rosie Award, 2018)
|SUBJECTS: Anorexia nervosa -- Fiction.
Bulimia -- Fiction.
Depression, Mental -- Fiction.
Family problems -- Fiction.
New York (State) -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Psychiatric hospitals -- Fiction.