Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Mental Health
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
This book intrigued me so much when I read the inside cover. I first asked myself how could anyone come up with this concept? A boy so desperate that he was willing to eat himself to death on live camera. I just had to read it. I devoured (no pun intended) this book within a few hours and I liked m...
This book is full of teenage angst, bullying, peer pressure and a life spiralling out of control when one bad decision follows another. None of the characters are particularly likeable, but I finished with feelings of hope for most of them. Will be recommending to the boys!
3.5 starsThe premise of this novel is what got me hooked in the first place. I have read a few issue books dealing with eating disorders. This one was a bit different and I enjoyed reading it.The characters didn't really stand out to me, but the story itself was really interesting. Butter was blinde...
3 stars. I guess the thing that drew me to Butter was its summary, something about a fat, 423 lb. pound sixteen-year-old who was going to eat himself. To death. On live video.Except the way I interpreted it was along the following: literally eating himself to death. Like nom nom my fingers taste so ...
You think I eat a lot now? That's nothing. Tune in December 31st, when I will stream a live webcast of my last meal. I can't take another year in this fat suit, but I can end this year with a bang. If you can stomach it, you're invited to watch...as I eat myself to death.- ButterThis is the opening ...
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