Dietland, Sarai Walker
Sarai Walker


352 printed pages
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A wickedly funny, feminist revenge fantasy novel of one fat woman's fight against sexism and the beauty industry. Dietland will be adapted into AMC's 10-episode straight-to-series starring Julianna Margulies and Joy Nash.
Wow… ferocious and hilarious – Margaret Atwood
A book with a message, loud and clear – Guardian
Plum Kettle does her best not to be noticed, because when you're fat, to be noticed is to be judged. Or mocked. Or worse.
But when a mysterious woman starts following her, Plum finds herself involved with an underground community of women who live life on their own terms. At the same time, a dangerous guerrilla group called “Jennifer” begins to terrorize a world that mistreats women. As Plum grapples with her personal struggles, she becomes entangled in a sinister plot, the consequences of which are explosive.
Part coming-of-age story, part revenge fantasy, Dietland is a bold, original and funny debut that takes on the beauty industry, gender equality and our weight loss obsession – from the inside out, and with fists flying.
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Katja Damkjær Spliid
Katja Damkjær Spliidshared an impression3 years ago

Fantastic book. Should be read by anyone who has a body.

Elena M.
Elena M.shared an impression2 years ago

Great book about body and soul))

Lisbeth Schmidt
Lisbeth Schmidtshared an impression3 years ago
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God underholdning

Ida Deichmann Madsen
Ida Deichmann Madsenhas quoted3 years ago
was fat, and if I no longer saw it as a bad thing, then the weapon they had used against me lost its power.
Nora de la Cruz
Nora de la Cruzhas quotedlast month
couldn’t stand hunger. Hunger is what death must feel like.
Soliloquios Literarios
Soliloquios Literarioshas quoted7 months ago
Given my failure at dieting, my plan was to trade Waist Watchers for weight-loss surgery. The surgery was scheduled for October, little more than four months away. I was excited about it, but also terrified at the thought of having my internal organs cut up and rearranged and of the possible complications that might follow. The surgery would make my stomach the size of a walnut; afterward I’d only be able to eat spoonfuls of food each day for the rest of my life. That was the horrible part, but the miraculous part was that I would lose between ten and twenty pounds a month. In one year it would be possible to lose more than two hundred pounds, but I wouldn’t go that far. I wanted to weigh 125 pounds, and then I would be happy. Waist Watchers could never give me that. I’d been devoted to the program for years and I was bigger than ever
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