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Osed with a mysterious metabolic disorder that has no known cure Lara fears she'll spend the rest of her life trapped in a Life in MOBI : fat suit  Who will stand by her  Her image conscious family  Her shallow friends  Her handsome boyfriend  Or will she be left alone in the land of the fat girls.

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Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksAnt winner homecoming the Fat PDF ueen Lara has the world at her feet  Until she gets fatDespite a strict diet and workout schedule Lara is soon a nameless faceless pound plus teenage blimp  She's desperate to get her to die for body back and to find an explanation for her rapid weight gainWhen she's diagn.

READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books A popular novelist playwright the Fat PDF ↠ and newspaper columnist Cherie moves effortlessly from genre to genre writing powerful and entertaining work whether in literary hardcover teen fiction mass market paperback fiction for the stage film and television and for her nationally syndicated teen advice column.

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  • Teresa

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksOkay the only reason this book is getting two stars is because it kept me entertained enough to keep turning the pages but


  • Bren

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksIf you can dream it you can achieve itLife in the Fat Lane by Cherie Bennett Realistic fictionheartbreaking fictionTriggersBullying overdose attempted suicide adultery fat shamingOKThis seems to be a love it or hate it I really enjoyed this book It was real gutteral and can easily break your heart But I can see how it would not be for everyoneLara Ardeche is a beauty contest winner a student


  • lanie

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksI love a good eating disorder ED from here on out story Let's get that fact out of the way first I find the psychology of them endlessly fascinating and one day I hope to work with and help those that suffer from EDsPerhaps my than casual interest in EDs colored my perception of this novel too strongly Maybe author Cherie Bennett did not intend to address EDs at all though much of the story centers around typical disordered thoughts and some characters are governed by what is usually looked at as disordered behavior though Bennett refrains from using any specific terms purging binging etc


  • Karla Strand

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksThi sbook was just okay I was looking for a good message for YA about weight but was disappointed The main character starts out at 115 or something and gains 100 pounds Now while that is a drastic weight gain in 1 year I couldn't get past the fact that this 5'7 character topped out at 218 and yet was described as enduring torturous teasing and stares couldn't fit into the movie theatre seat and was in essence some huge tub of lard This is just so unrealistic I am 5'5 200 pounds and am not a tub I fit into my movie theatre seats just fine and certainly don't have people staring at me like some freak of natu


  • Madeline Haut

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksThis book kept me reading until the very last page I was interested in finding out the reason for the title and the reason did surprise me I was expecting a girl who considered herself overweight and had an eating disorder but this book was the opposite which had me interested At first though I felt sorry for Lara because of this disease but


  • Laura (Booksforbreakfast)

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksI remember reading this over and over when in high school I related with Lara so much and felt a connection with her I decided to read it again and felt the same way if not now that I’m olderThere is something about the writing in this book that is very captivating and made it very hard for me to put the book down It was hard for me to empathize with Lara at first because she does has a bratty attitude but looking at her life and


  • Emily Benoit

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksConceptIdeas 55Characters 355StorylinePlot 55Overall Rating 55 starsWow this book was amazing This book actually being a reprint of an older version published in 1998 Ive never heard of this book I loved it from page one to the very end The plot was very original Who would have ever thought someone would write a novel about a BEAUTY UEEN ending up being the one to be the fat girl in high school Exactly Very original in my opinion The book was very well paced and I read through it uickly T


  • Natalie

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksI'm tempted to put this in the read section because I came uite close to finishing this but when it started to get cringe worthy and when it was almost due to the library I decided to put


  • Tabitha Olson

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksWhile this book brought up some very good issues about how terrible overweight people are treated I found it preachy and many times got irritated with Lara's whining I can understand that she's feeling sorry for herself because she used to be a beauty ueen and now she's one hundred pounds overweight But I don't want to read that same thing a zillion times right up to the end of the book It made me lose sympathy for Lara and by the end of the book I thought she was a stuck up brat I also had difficulty with her disease Axell Crowne Syndrome It isn't real the author made it up And because of this disease Lara felt superior to other overweight people because gaining weight wasn't her fault Stuck up brat strikes again To top it off she gets mad at other people for assuming she was overweight from eating too much yet she assumed that exact thing with other overweight people How does she know the person she's looking down on isn't also suffering from Axell Crowne Syndrome It's hard to r


  • Stephanie A.

    READ ¿ Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf Books Life in the Fat Lane Laurel Leaf BooksWow lots of angry reviews I reread it today just to make sure but my original opinion stands This book did a great job of showing how it feels to go from thin and gorgeous to hopelessly overweight and from Molly on the side you also get what it's like being the overweight friend of someone much slimmer The idea of succumbing to a disease where you literally cannot stop gaining weight adds an extra layer of horror while making you grateful that at least you don't have that problem Lara is a likable character throughout never mean just honest The writing is vivid and some scenes have stayed with me for years like Lara raiding the fridge after realizi