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Kelsey Osgood was just fourteen when she began her education in self-starvation. With consummate abandon, she devoured memoirs and magazine articles about other girls who had plunged into Anorexia; then assimilated their tips into her own regimen. Her plan succeeded in the worst possible way: Within a year, she was hospitalized; the first of three such interventions before she struggled free from her intentional servitude. In this haunting, disarming memoir, she recounts not only her own experiences, but also her interactions with others, several of them preteens, who slipped into this dark hole.