The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray
This story was entirely absorbing from pretty much the very first page. It is essentially a story of relationships. The narrative is told in three points of view — the three sisters. We see their struggles, their faults, their weaknesses, their resentments, the ways in which they understood their family and their upbringing, and we ultimately come to recognize that each of them carry their own baggage. Themes of gender, abuse, mental health, eating disorders, family dynamics, and sexual orientation are all explored in thought provoking and delicate ways. It’s a really great book, and it totally took me by surprise. I wasn’t expecting to love it as much as I did.