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Review:Maelody says:
Wow! You really delivered! This story is great!

I love how it is in sections, and how each one is just another progression of what is consuming her. And to have Scorpios there made it all the better.

Momentarily putting the eating disorder to the side, I really liked Rose's inner thoughts simply because it's one of the most believable things I've read. Something that has run through every teenage girl's mind at the very least of a hundred times is how they can eat something and there's another girl who can eat the same thing and not gain an inch. It's upsetting, but it's true. And to know that Rose wonders this, and the obsession took over her more than it does others, breaks my heart.

Her reaction to being broken made me want to cry. Being in St. Mungo's, and knowing she wasn't fine gave me goosebumps. Honestly, this was very well thought out and I can tell. Her hair falling out, and the dizziness reminded me of my aunt when she had cancer (she's remissioned and everything) so I know how sad it is to see someone upset to see something like that go. It must have been harder for Rose too, because on a trip to looking beautiful and thin, losing her hair would not be on her list of ways to accomplish that.

For the ending, I thought it was a great mixture of sweet, for her difference she made and Scorpios admitting his feelings, and easy going. While it didn't drop the matter, it focused on more cheerful things. I think you did a wonderful job of writing this and completing the challenge. It's a great, heart touching story and I'm so glad you entered my challenge!


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