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Download ✓ The Obvious Game 108 Is yellowYour eyes are blueYou have to stop running away from your problemsYou're too skinnyFifteen year old Diana Keller accidentally begins teaching The Obvious Game to new kid Je. The minute I saw this book on Goodreads I needed to read it Ever since the 7th grade when I read a book about a girl who was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa and struggled through a hospitalization regiment in order to save her life I ve been fascinated by this desease And when I say fascinated I don t mean in a glamorous way but in a way that made me want to research everything I could possibly find out on this illness The book I read in the 7th grade Even If It Kills Me focused on the character s rehabilitation rather than the gradual decent we experience with Diana in this book Both stories were completely oposite to one another but both show a necessary piece of what makes this illness so dangerous There was something so powerful for me about this story taking place in the 90s I than related to Diana s 10th grade experience How real this story truly is It s rare to come across a story so accurate about teenage life in a small town Rita Arens truly pulled me BACK in TIME to when I was 15 and was surrounded by so much chaos confusion love hate angerdevotion sexual arousal and deception I don t think I ve ever read a book till right now that made me feel that pang of fear you got as a teenager when you knew something was going on with a friend but no one would tell you what OMG when that moment in the book occurred I got that pang right in my gut I was 15 again right there beside her It was the most strangest book reaction for me to date I thinkThis book was an amazingly captivating portrayal of teenaged life in it s most personal and vulnerable form Beautifully written and executed Rita Arens pulls you into a world where life is a series of uncontrollably scary moments that we just try our best to survive

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Download ✓ The Obvious Game 108 Sse on his sixteenth birthday As their relationship deepens Diana avoids Jesse's past with her own secrets which she'll protect at any cost A fearless look at the psyche of anorexia. Review originally featured on Bookluvrs HavenA hard to put down coming of age story about a young girl that struggles with her self image and self esteem Feeling as if most of her life is spinning out of control Diana latches on to the one thing that she CAN control eating This was an insightful story into the mind and emotions of a young girl coping with some difficult circumstances Her warped perception of her body was saddening Her anger and need to push everyone away during her most depressed moments was heartbreaking I found myself hoping that she would see herself differently through Jesse s eyes who cared so much for her Or that she would change her perceptions because of her mother s illness But some battles simply can not be fought on your ownA really well written novel filled with very realistic situations and emotions Heartbreaking in one moment funny and joyful the next it is a rollercoaster of a novel with a powerful messageI received a eBook copy of this book for free to review from the authorpublisher this in no way influenced my review all opinions are 100% honest and my own

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Download ✓ The Obvious Game 108 THE OBVIOUS GAME is a 2016 Library Journal Self e Selection“Everyone trusted me back then Good old dependable Diana Which is why most people didn’t notice at first”Your shirt. Honestly I thought it was going to be just another YA novel but I was so wrong The Obvious Game is intense It is beautifully written with believable characters a story of despair hope pain and courage I felt the author has a knack of knowing how much to explore each emotion when to write and express a little and when to hold back I would say it was uite an emotional writing almost on the verge of being dark and scary but also bringing in hope and light Diana seemed like the usual shy teenager with a popular friend And the usual stuff about how a new good looking guy would still fall for her instead of going after the hot chick that every other guy is after But her transition to almost being emotionally damaged and helpless was something that felt too real With such powerful writing I could totally feel the agony and pain Diana must have been feeling and how emotionally hard it could be to handle such situations I could really understand the reasons behind her seemingly irrational behavior what the fear of losing a parent could do to a kid what peer pressure could make a person out to be and how a low self esteem could destroy a perfectly fine person Kudos to the author for bringing out the psychology so vividly While I was reading about what Diana was doing to herself I couldn t stop myself from saying Someone please help this kid every now and then I was feeling sorry for her but still rooting for her to emerge as a winner It was very relieving to see Diana successfully fighting her demonsThe plot was pretty good and different I also loved the parts with Diana and her mom Those were the most touching and a good indicator of how much we need our mothers Much than we can even imagine No matter what our age is how far away we are how close we areThis is not a romantic light read This calls for complete involvement of your mind and heart This book will leave you thinking and in my case a little drained but in a good way

  • Paperback
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  • The Obvious Game
  • Rita Arens
  • English
  • 01 July 2020
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