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An utterly honest account of bulimia. [...] I believe that this book has the power to jolt some people out of the addictive cycle, because the reader can't escape the gritty reality on the page. This book has the power to save lives. [...] Invaluable reading for people with bulimia whose motivation for recovery is waning.”

R. Beresford


The sexual frankness, lesbianism and use of the esoteric code could perhaps mark this diarist out as a modern-day Anne Lister. [...] Natasha’s story could, I believe, become the subject of a film. It is my belief that her work on her own life may well make her a ‘name’ in the world of lesbian writing.”

Helena Whitbread, editor of ‘The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister’


After reading the first half of Natasha Holme's book I ended up getting up at 5am to read the rest. I just had to know how things turned out.”

Simon Haynes, author of the ‘Hal Spacejock’ series

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