This book was really sad. The story was told from the point of view of the sister of College freshman Cassie Weinstein. The narrator is called Billie, and she seems to be the only person in her family who can see that Cassie is killing herself. Their mom is too quiet and weak willed to stand up to their over bearing tough father who pushes them to strive for nothing less than excellence. Billie seems to be looking for a way to finnaly be heard and understood. This story made me laugh at Billie's innocence and cry at Cassie's pain. It really makes you reflect on the subject on annorexia and see how it doesn't just harm one person, but everone they know.