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After the Strawberry Lydia Poole wants to be a good person the kind of person who does everything right and deserves to be loved To accomplish this, she eats only one cup of Cheerios per day and lets her weight drop below ninety pounds When Lydia s sister introduces Jesse, a new friend and filmmaker, Lydia agrees to be the subject of his documentary.Jesse s camera follows Lydia as she s hospitalized for anorexia, as she walks the line between hoping for death and wanting life, as her weight continues to fall With the camera running, Lydia shifts from the viewfinder s object to the eye behind the camera In doing so, she discovers how she wants to see her world.After the Strawberry is a novel about a girl who disappears while trying to be seen. ❮Reading❯ ➺ Muerte en Hamburgo (Jan Fabel, Author Craig Russell – Lavons.co.uk she eats only one cup of Cheerios per day and lets her weight drop below ninety pounds When Lydia s sister introduces Jesse [Reading] ➷ Jazz Age Stories By F. Scott Fitzgerald – Lavons.co.uk a new friend and filmmaker ❰Read❯ ➱ Much Obliged, Jeeves Author P.G. Wodehouse – Lavons.co.uk Lydia agrees to be the subject of his documentary.Jesse s camera follows Lydia as she s hospitalized for anorexia ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Wrong Blood By Manuel de Lope ❤ – Lavons.co.uk as she walks the line between hoping for death and wanting life [KINDLE] ❁ The Customer-Funded Business ❄ John W. Mullins – Lavons.co.uk as her weight continues to fall With the camera running [PDF / Epub] ✐ The Affair ☃ Emma Kavanagh – Lavons.co.uk Lydia shifts from the viewfinder s object to the eye behind the camera In doing so ☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Summer People & The Little House By Shirley Jackson ✐ – Lavons.co.uk she discovers how she wants to see her world.After the Strawberry is a novel about a girl who disappears while trying to be seen.


About the Author: Kathryn Pope

Kathryn Pope teaches creative writing at Antioch University Los Angeles, where she is also director of The Bridge Program Kathryn is author of the novel, After the Strawberry, as well as editor and co founder of the independent digital press, Seedpod Publishing.



10 thoughts on “After the Strawberry

  1. says:

    This book makes the interior world of a young woman struggling with an eating disorder completely comprehensible Like all good books, it carries the reader into a brand new universe and changes the way everything looks and feels afterward Now I find myself seeing


  2. says:

    Engrossing, enlightening read Sheds enormous light on body issues, family dynamics and healing Definitely worth a read


  3. says:

    Really good book, realistic I don t like Jesse though He swears too much.


  4. says:

    After the Strawberry is very good engaging, considered, surprising Lydia, the book s young protagonist, has stopped eating Kathryn Pope manages to bring the reader into Lydia s world while also keeping that world private for Lydia, a place the character assiduously created in her


  5. says:

    I was drawn to this book by the front cover image, I love the metallic strawberry Anyway, After the Strawberry was certainly interesting, but what really made it worth reading was how the characters become friends on camera throughout a traumatic event This book brings attention to a ser


  6. says:

    I was really dissapointed in this book Id had such high hopes for it and its my first time reading a full length eBook It is a first novel and it shows I feel bad saying that but it wasnt a bad book, just not great I did like Maura She was realistic and believable with what anorexia is like.


  7. says:

    Poor character development Too much focus on the documentary and an unrealistic picture of eatimg disorders Not sure I d recommend this to anyone Not enough substance, it was bland.


  8. says:

    Kathryn Pope has written one great story about eating disorders Great narration and sparingly vital prose I highly recommend this book for anyone with any interest what an ED disorder might really be like Highly inventive and sincere It does not preach, nor taunt but so explain and give some real insight


  9. says:

    At first, it was hard to keep up with the writing style of this book You just have to get through the first 2 chapters and then it is easier to follow along It s a really great book about the struggles of anorexia and also the struggles of being a documentary film maker even though it focuses on the anorexia I


  10. says:

    I read Snow Angel Perfect, an abbreviated and incomplete version of After the Strawberry, a free download for my Kindle The topic, anorexia, is important However, the characters in the book were not likeable appealing, and the main character enlisted no feelings from me Her parents were losers The story did not captu


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