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Objects in Mirror (Stonegate Series Book 1)

Objects in Mirror Stonegate Series Book Starving starving Grace is always starving these days But Grace is also strong and determined and skinny For the first time ever Grace is as thin as she wants to be nearly and there s no way she s

  • Title: Objects in Mirror (Stonegate Series Book 1)
  • Author: Tudor Robins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Starving, starving Grace is always starving these days But Grace is also strong, and determined, and skinny For the first time ever Grace is as thin as she wants to be nearly and there s no way she s giving that up Except, what if she has to give up other things to be able to keep wearing her new skinny breeches What if it comes down to a choice between all theStarving, starving Grace is always starving these days But Grace is also strong, and determined, and skinny For the first time ever Grace is as thin as she wants to be nearly and there s no way she s giving that up Except, what if she has to give up other things to be able to keep wearing her new skinny breeches What if it comes down to a choice between all the horses she loves Sprite, the ferocious jumper, and Iowa, the sweet greenie, and Whinny, the abused but tough mare and the numbers on the scale, the numbers on food labels, the numbers always running through her head Grace knows what her stepmother, Annabelle, wants her to decide She knows what Matt gorgeous, amazing Matt wants her to do She knows what the doctors think But she also knows nobody else can make this decision for her And sometimes she s not even sure if she s got the strength to do it There is danger in living with anorexia, and there is also hope Objects in Mirror is a truthful exploration of these extremes and of the struggles that lie between them.

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    1. *I RECIEVED AN E-ARC FROM NETGALLEY IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST REVIEW*Objects in the Mirror is about Grace, a 15 year old girl who loves horse riding, and also suffers from anorexia.I really enjoyed this book. As a die-hard horse lover, this was right up my alley. I couldn't imagine anywhere I'd rather be when I was 15 - in that way I was just like Grace.But there is also a more serious side to this story - Grace's anorexia. I really loved how the author handled this sensitive topic.Over all a we [...]

    2. Sometimes objects in the mirror are nothing but a distorted version of the truth.This book is one of those books that you just want to give to everyone because it opens a window to what it is like living with an eating disorder. Not only do you get to read what it feels like to have the disorder, but how the illness affects everyone, family, friends and yes in this case, horses.Grace is in a constant battle with herself. She knows she has to eat, but when she can go without food, she feels as if [...]

    3. Source: Received from the author for reviewI was happy to have the opportunity to review a book by a local author! summary:Grace is looking forward to spending her summer weekends at horse shows riding new and spirited horse Sprite to the medal podium. But things don’t always go as planned. It seems that her summer is ruined when Sprite is sold by the riding stable to a new owner. Other opportunities present themselves however – Grace is now going to live her dream. She will be spending all [...]

    4. I was lucky enough to receive this story from the author and am so happy that I got the opportunity to read and review it. I love everything I've read by Tudor Robins. I really know very little about horses and horseback riding in general. She always manages to explain everything just enough so I know what is going on with the horses but not too much to make it boring. I always get such beautiful imagery with her books as well. I could picture the riding and the stables perfectly. I loved Grace [...]

    5. Grace is offered a job at her stable for the summer, a chance to earn money and work with horses all summer. Working through her eating disorder, working with horses and working on becoming friends with a boy from the stables. Objects is well written and will make any barn girl want to hug her horse and go for a ride.

    6. I FLEW through this remarkable book and I was so upset when it ended! I can't wait for more of this story. Tudor is such a beautiful writer who understands horses and horse-people inside and out. A must read.

    7. Very good read.A new author to add to my list of those I follow. Will add some more to my wait list.

    8. Great story about a teen girl with a distant dad and how she overcomes her problems. It's set in the world of horse riding, and is similar to the author's later novels.

    9. Enjoyed this hard topicThe author embraced a very hard topic anorexia with compassion and care. The novel is well written and intriguing. I hope for more

    10. Great story addresses a very real issueAddresses a very real issue of Anorexia in a well thought out plot . Cannot wait to read book two.

    11. I really enjoyed this book. Great characters (both human and horse) and an interesting premise. The family dynamics in this book are wonderful.

    12. I'm not much of a YA reader, but I loved this charming little book. With YA these days tending to focus on dystopian societies and bleak worlds, it's great to see a novel that talks about traditional YA issues - love, responsibility, family, and finding a place where you belong.This book tells the tale of Grace, a 15 year old girl who loves horses. When she gets a job at her riding school for the summer, it's a chance to immerse herself in that world - but also to possibly find a place to heal f [...]

    13. The thing Grace loves to do more than anything is to ride. She works at a stable near her home, mucking out stalls and riding other people's horses since she can't afford one of her own. Full of self doubt, Grace started controlling her food intake a few months ago. She lost 5 pounds, and it felt so good that she lost five more. Now she can't stop. She's down over 20 pounds and her stepmother is forcing her to see a therapist each week. Grace hates going, and doesn't feel comfortable talking to [...]

    14. This debut novel of Tudor Robins shows a skill usually found in more experienced authors of weaving a compelling story while getting to the heart of an issue. There really are two emotional stories here, that of Grace and also that of the survival and treatment of the magnificent horses entrusted to her. Tudor displays a strong understanding of both. It's a story written for young adults but anyone who has a teenager in their life can certainly relate to it. I look forward to reading more of Tud [...]

    15. The story about fifteen year old Grace who works and trains at a horse farm for the summer. A bit of coming of age, a little bit of summer love, Grace is set to have the perfect summer, but only if she can keep hiding her eating disorder from her fellow staffers and family. Overall quick, good story. I feel like the author rushed a little Grace's recovery, making her get better/healthier faster. Writing got better as novel progressed. Good summer tween read.

    16. I liked this one because I thought the anorexia issue was topical for kids, I liked all the horse details, and I thought it was a sweet romance that would be appropriate for middle schoolers even though it was about high schoolers.

    17. Sensitive, funny, sweet. Really well-written. Grace is so likeable you just feel for her; you're rooting for her all the way. All the horses are individual characters you have to fall in love with. I swooned over Matt,(he's the guy, not a horse), and the kissing scene is awesome!

    18. Interesting read. I didn't realise until pretty late in the book just how young Grace, the main character, actually is. She seems fairly mature for her age (15 going on 16). Despite the heavy topics, this is a fairly light read. I definitely enjoyed the brain break.

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