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Skinny Me - Charlene Carr

Skinny Me

Author Charlene Carr

  • Published: 2014-11-13
  • Category: Fiction & Literature
4.5 Stars
From 30 Customers Review
Price: Free


"If you've ever felt ugly, fat, or just not enough for anyone to like you, then this should be in your reading list. Scratch that. At the top of your list." - Goodreads Reviewer

Whirling from a life that's crumbling around her, Jennifer Carpenter devotes herself to the one thing she can control: becoming the ideal version of herself—a thinner version—no matter the cost.

She isn't always nice. She isn't always likable, but she's honest.

Skinny Me is an in-depth look at the complicated layers of insecurity and depression that can stem from seeking self-worth and beauty in the numbers on a scale.

This novel is beautiful, harsh, and truthful in its characterization of a woman who is flawed, yet inspirational.

Download Skinny Me and join Jennifer on her journey toward self-discovery today!

Top Customer Reviews

  • 👍🏻

    From Nebs1993
    A good book. Just what I needed to read. There's so much more to read than books of skinny, perfect heroines. Refreshing.
  • Comfortable and Enjoyable

    From Jojobean2025
    The description of this book appealed to me as I had started my own journey with weight loss. (70 lbs in) I could relate to many thoughts & issues the main character dealt with. It felt like I had a friend with the same goals. I was sorry it ended. Enjoyed every minute of it and just bought the next books in the series. You won't be disappointed.
  • Skinny Me

    From Marjan04
    An excellent read. Very down to earth, and believable. It makes you realize how precious life really is.
  • Skinny Me

    From Sassy soda
    Really enjoyed the book. An easy read and I enjoyed Jennifer's journey towards self acceptance, and self respect! Recommend it highly
  • Hard to put down!

    From Catlady746
    I read this entire book within 24 hours. I really enjoyed the writing, and found I just had to keep reading, despite having things to do! That said, even at the end I just couldn't bring myself to like the main character. I just wanted to shake her and tell her that people are never thinking about/judging you as much as you think they are. They have heir own stuff going on, it's not all about you! It made her character more real, because people aren't perfect, and if we could hear everyone's thoughts we probably wouldn't like most of them very much. But of course there's always a part of me who likes protagonists to be wrapped in a neat bow! I guess I just found it hard to root for the character after some of the things she said/thought/did. That said, I look forward to reading the next book in the series!
  • Loved it!

    From ,,??)(,!$
    Easy to relate to the main character