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Spoiler alert: bad choices outweigh good ones in this novel. Â And yet the hope is there.
Why I love it
What is it about the word "addict" that triggers so many contrasting emotions? Pity, fear, anger, disgust, sympathy. And what about empathy? After reading _Eat Only When You’re Hungry_, the empathy I felt outweighed every other feeling. I came away weeping, laughing, and nodding in recognition.
After all, aren’t we all addicted to something? Why do some of us maintain balance while others fal...
Achingly funny and full of feeling, _Eat Only When You’re Hungry_ follows fifty-eight-year-old Greg as he searches for his son, GJ, an addict who has been missing for three weeks. Greg is bored, demoralized, obese, and as dubious of GJ’s desire to be found as he is of his own motivation to go looking. Almost on a whim, Greg embarks on a road trip to central Florida—a noble search for his ...