Ongoing series, but this is when I read all of it (and I’ve kept up to date since then). It’s well-written for an online series, but that’s naturally not saying much. It has all the hallmarks of the genre: long-winded, self-insert, overly dramatic.
But the thing that leads me to rate it this low despite its general okayness (and my continued reading) is how some parts of it don’t just belong in therapy, or are, uhhh, ersatz-therapy, some parts feel like actively psychoactively bad. Put another way: if you do or ever have struggled with an eating disorder, give this one a wide berth.
This book is part of the 2022 Backlog Incident.