Perfect Nothing (2020)

Perfect Nothing Rachel Hunter MarkMiller Perfect Nothing % of the author s proceeds will be donated to Give Kids the World a charitable organization where children with life threatening illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong cost free fan
  • Title: Perfect Nothing
  • Author: Rachel Hunter MarkMiller
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  • Page: 187
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Perfect Nothing Rachel Hunter MarkMiller 100% of the author s proceeds will be donated to Give Kids the World, a charitable organization where children with life threatening illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost free fantasy vacations GKTW The authors, creator and publisher are in no other way affiliated with this organization.Mark Miller s One is a spiritual anthology examining Tru100% of the author s proceeds will be donated to Give Kids the World, a charitable organization where children with life threatening illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost free fantasy vacations GKTW The authors, creator and publisher are in no other way affiliated with this organization.Mark Miller s One is a spiritual anthology examining True Life experiences of Authors and their Faith As the series evolves expect to discover what it means to have faith, no matter what that faith is and no matter where they live Remember that we are all part of this One World.In Story Seven, award winning poet Rachel Hunter tells a personal story of her battle with Anorexia Nervosa Her ordeal is touching and emotional In this private glimpse of her life, she shows how close she was to dying and the realizations that came with it.
Perfect Nothing Rachel Hunter MarkMiller

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  1. Mark Miller

    Rachel Hunter says that no one should have expected her to be than her illness She became a victim of her own desire and a thing of woe Then she became something .I met Rachel by funny coincidence I have a series of fantasy novels called The Empyrical Tales and she is about to publish her own novel called Empyreal Fate Independently, we are both writing about our ideas of a heaven like place In that regard, I have to assume we are both romantics, dreamers I had to have a kindred spirit particip [...]

  2. Melissa Studdard

    Rachel Hunter s Perfect Nothing, Story Seven in Mark Miller s One Series, bravely and passionately tells the tale of a nearly fatal struggle with Anorexia Nervosa By using language reminiscent of Edgar Allen Poe and other masters of horror, Hunter makes the point that her own true life tale is as surreal and filled with horror as anything the imagination can devise I cannot escape it the depths of my despair claim me as the growls of my belly slowly claim my life As I clutch my knees, the bones [...]

  3. Gwen Perkins

    Anorexia isn t anything that I ve ever experienced or been in contact with to my knowledge I picked up this story out of curiosity and was surprised at how personal a connection I found.It s the little details that really affected me in Perfect Nothing Hunter brings us into a world obsessed with numbers but numbers that are a sinister and deadly equation Waist size, hip size, measurementse shows us what it is like to perceive the world from the point of view with someone suffering from an eating [...]

  4. Roland Capalbo

    As the father of a daughter, Perfect Nothing was difficult to read at times, but only because of the helplessness a parent can sometimes feel in regards to their children and the struggles they face.The story of Rachel s struggle in Perfect Nothing , reminded me of another who struggled and became a prisoner of his own mind Frodo Baggins What the heck does anorexia have to do with The Lord of the Rings you ask Because towards the end anorexia was consuming Rachel, just as the ring was consuming [...]

  5. Christy Strauss

    I had been meaning to read this ever since I purchased it on a while back I m glad I finally got around to this one, because I am currently drowning in tears in the best of ways This is probably the most beautifully written autobiographies of an eating disorder I have ever come across The ending was so full of the kind of hope one rarely finds these days hope in the power of each individual s mind The mind CAN be a safe and peaceful place, only if we create such a place for ourselves Such a pure [...]

  6. James Peercy

    The Choice of Life.I have never read the experience of anorexia written so vivdly It was as if one could feel the very essence of the battle and the choice to turn from death to life It took great courage both to conquer what was faced and to write it for others to read I commend the author from the bottom of my heart, and I commend her father for loving her enough to never give up.This is a must read.

  7. Horton Deakins

    With Perfect Nothing, Rachel Hunter, author of Empyreal Fate A Llathalan Annal Volume 1 , immediately seizes your emotions with a siren call that draws you ever closer to the ghoulish world of anorexia nervosa that once she inhabited Your heart is wrenched first one way, then another, as she summons the kraken to latch onto the ship of your sympathy and to immerse you fully into the depths of her despair.It is impossible to read Perfect Nothing without tears streaming from your eyes, even if you [...]

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