The Fat And The Thin Of It

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Jackie and jill are two lifelong friends with lives that are poles apart, bodies that are on opposite sides of the scales, and they suddenly find themselves in two completely different and turbulent situations. two things they share, however; fierce loyalty for one another and an excessive preoccupation for their bmi. More
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About Julie Croft

Julie Croft was born in London, England and lived in Chiswick and she attended the Corona Academy Stage School. She worked as a dancer, singer and actress in Spain before turning her hand to teaching. She later became a tutor for teaching English as a foreign language. She lives in Madrid with her husband and two children.

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Review by: Cleo Wodehouse on July 11, 2018 :
+ The interaction, the bickering between the two women is what kept me going. Their differences are extremely thought out and realistic, in particular their respective eating disorders.
+ Refreshing dialogs with just the right amout of expletives.
+ Good job on teenage language, too.

- Plot-wise the story could have flowed a lot more. The drama was there, it just could have been distributed a lot better, with more dramatic peaks. If not for the characters, I would have stopped reading towards the middle.
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Review by: isabel serrano on July 29, 2013 :
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Review by: Michael audreson on March 10, 2013 :
A compelling entertaining read which is cleverly paced so it ends too soon. The two heroines are good company. There's probably an after dinner party game in which one readers will identify with the most. Probably going to end up on tv?
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Review by: Sara Walsh on Feb. 27, 2013 :
I so enjoyed this book; the characters are well drawn, and there were many laugh out loud moments.
If you enjoy reading authors such as Marian Keyes, you will also like this!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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