Good Luck with That

Good Luck with That

Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends ever since they met at a weight-loss camp as teens. When Emerson tragically passes away, she leaves one final wish for her best friends: to conquer the fears they still carry as adults. For each of them, that means something different. For Marley, it's coming to terms with the survivor's guilt she's carried around since he Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends ever since they met at a weight-loss camp as teens. When Emerson ...

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Title:Good Luck with That
Author:Kristan Higgins
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:045148939X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:480 pages pages

Good Luck with That Reviews

  • Cheri
    Jun 09, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

  • Kristy
    Sep 05, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

  • JanB
    Sep 20, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Jul 06, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

  • Marialyce
    Aug 16, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

  • Jennifer
    Oct 01, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

  • Mirjana **DTR - Down to Read**
    Feb 02, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

  • Ana Mardoll
    Jan 17, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

  • Theresa Alan
    Aug 21, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

  • Simone
    Jan 14, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

  • Susanne Strong
    Sep 02, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

  • Jonetta
    Jan 17, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

  • Heather
    Sep 01, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

  • Karen
    Apr 07, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

    I swear every woman on the planet should read this book you guys. I don?t know of a single woman who hasn?t struggled with her weight or dealt with body image issues or struggled with low self esteem. Higgins captures all of the feelings and emotions that coexist alongside these co...

    I got so invested in Marley?s and Georgia?s lives (and Emerson?s history) that I finished this book in two days despite being on a business trip. Although these characters all struggled with self-esteem issues related to being overweight, the message of the story translates to an...

    This is a sweet, funny, thoughtful, and emotional book. It deals with a very sensitive topic for a lot of people: our weight. There's no doubt in my mind that some people will think this book isn't sensitive enough, and may not find it a pleasant read. Having never personally struggled...

    **ARC kindly provided by Netgalley** Well, I don?t even know how to review this one. I will say that it was a very sad and painful book to read. The story follows the lives of three girls that met at summer camp as teens, where they developed a life-long friendship that would ...

  • Jamie Beck
    Mar 18, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

    I swear every woman on the planet should read this book you guys. I don?t know of a single woman who hasn?t struggled with her weight or dealt with body image issues or struggled with low self esteem. Higgins captures all of the feelings and emotions that coexist alongside these co...

    I got so invested in Marley?s and Georgia?s lives (and Emerson?s history) that I finished this book in two days despite being on a business trip. Although these characters all struggled with self-esteem issues related to being overweight, the message of the story translates to an...

  • Suzanne Leopold
    Sep 18, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

  • Melissa
    Jun 19, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

  • Gail Chianese
    Dec 07, 2017

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)
    Aug 09, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

  • Amy
    Aug 07, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

    I swear every woman on the planet should read this book you guys. I don?t know of a single woman who hasn?t struggled with her weight or dealt with body image issues or struggled with low self esteem. Higgins captures all of the feelings and emotions that coexist alongside these co...

  • Deanna
    May 04, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

  • Kaylee
    Dec 11, 2017

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

    I swear every woman on the planet should read this book you guys. I don?t know of a single woman who hasn?t struggled with her weight or dealt with body image issues or struggled with low self esteem. Higgins captures all of the feelings and emotions that coexist alongside these co...

    I got so invested in Marley?s and Georgia?s lives (and Emerson?s history) that I finished this book in two days despite being on a business trip. Although these characters all struggled with self-esteem issues related to being overweight, the message of the story translates to an...

    This is a sweet, funny, thoughtful, and emotional book. It deals with a very sensitive topic for a lot of people: our weight. There's no doubt in my mind that some people will think this book isn't sensitive enough, and may not find it a pleasant read. Having never personally struggled...

    **ARC kindly provided by Netgalley** Well, I don?t even know how to review this one. I will say that it was a very sad and painful book to read. The story follows the lives of three girls that met at summer camp as teens, where they developed a life-long friendship that would ...

    As a fat person, I refuse to even think about this book. I have no clue why the author would even think it was okay to write such a travesty. Shame on the publisher for approving this awful, harmful book. Fat people are more than their weight. Fat people have lives outside of food ...

  • Sarah Joint
    Sep 02, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

    As both a behavioral/mental health clinician and a woman who has struggled with her body image, I see this book from two points of view. As a clinician, I do believe there are significant triggers that may be difficult for some readers. This is common with sensitive subjects. Just like...

    As someone who has battled their weight for as long as they can remember, this book hit very close to home. I think I experienced every emotion possible while reading it. I laughed; it?s Kristan Higgins, after all. I cried ? happy and sad tears, and then happy again. But it was mor...

    HELL NO. Updated 8/8/18: Here's another excellent review showing why this book is a flaming pile of garbage: http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/re... Fatphobic as all hell. See below for excerpt from reviewer who did a live tweet while reading an arc. I followed along during...

    I swear every woman on the planet should read this book you guys. I don?t know of a single woman who hasn?t struggled with her weight or dealt with body image issues or struggled with low self esteem. Higgins captures all of the feelings and emotions that coexist alongside these co...

    I got so invested in Marley?s and Georgia?s lives (and Emerson?s history) that I finished this book in two days despite being on a business trip. Although these characters all struggled with self-esteem issues related to being overweight, the message of the story translates to an...

    This is a sweet, funny, thoughtful, and emotional book. It deals with a very sensitive topic for a lot of people: our weight. There's no doubt in my mind that some people will think this book isn't sensitive enough, and may not find it a pleasant read. Having never personally struggled...

  • Terrie's Just Another Book B*tch
    Jul 26, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

    Three girls, Emerson, Georgia, and Marley, meet and develop a lifelong friendship while attending a weight loss camp in their teens. Now in their thirties, Emerson passes away due to complications from obesity and leaves behind a ?to do? list for her friends. Many ideas for the lis...

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW In an effort to keep this spoiler free I'll keep this short (ish) forgive my lack of quotes I had so many saved and accidentally deleted them from my phone *CRIES ALL THE TEARS* and we're talking tattoo-worthy, life-changing quot...

  • *TUDOR^QUEEN*
    Aug 08, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...

    It does talk about some deep issues such as weight, emotionally abuse and more but I thought Kristina Higgins handled them well. . Now as an overweight woman myself this is a very conservational and sensitive topic. I love who I am and my personality but I don?t love my body. In fa...

    Emerson, Georgia, and Marley have been best friends since they were teens. They met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp. They've stayed close ever since, so when Emerson passes away, Georgia and Marley are distraught. Emerson asks her friends to complete a list they made at camp, f...

    Thank you to Penguin Publishing Group who provided an advance reader copy via Edelweiss. People who have struggled with weight will surely connect with this story. Three teenage girls befriend each other at a summer camp for overweight kids. Together, they create a bucket list of th...

  • (Bern) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
    Aug 01, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

  • Meredith
    Jun 12, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

  • Holly  B
    Jul 08, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

  • Kendall
    Jun 24, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

  • Katie B
    Jul 05, 2018

    WOW! In my opinion, this was an emotional but phenomenal read!! Georgia, Marley, and Emerson met at Camp Copperbrook, a weight-loss camp when they were in their teens. Now they are almost 35 years old. Georgia and Marley have been contacted by Emerson who asks to see them. Emerso...

    Kristan Higgins continues to impress with a story that speaks true to life?one that begs the question, why are we as women so hard on ourselves? With her three latest releases, Kristan Higgins has taken a few steps outside of her typical box and transitioned from what I would cons...

    4.5 stars Good Luck with That takes a sensitive and compassionate approach to the very uncomfortable topics of body image and eating disorders. This emotional and compelling read focuses on friendship, family, and love. Most importantly, it?s about self-worth and self-acceptance....

    4.5 Stars for this sensitive, compassionate and emotional read on body image, eating disorders, self-worth and ultimately self-love and acceptance. "Life was kind and full of chances. Sometimes we didn't take them. Sometimes we hid our truth and acted out of fear. Sometimes we tu...

    First of all. I saw the controversary surrounding this book and that's like a siren call for me. See I'm a bit a chunky girl and I saw all the outrage about fat shaming..etc. So I thought what the heck. I am gonna read it. Oh and before we start. I review like I speak and no...

    Good Luck With That / B077CNXY2B [Trigger Warning: Fat Hatred, Eating Disorders] I want to say upfront I did not finish (DNF) this book. There are 39 chapters and a prologue, so 40 chapters total. I read the first 7 chapters, 2 chapters in the middle, and the last 4 chapters--13 ...

    Another happy pub day for this amazing book! Kristan Higgins you're amazing! <3. This book could not have come at a better time in my life! I knew the moment I read the dedication for this book that this was going to be one of my stellar reads "This one is for all of us who'...

    First of all, I want to thank all the reviewers who left nasty tweets and one star reviews of this book on Goodreads before it was published and before the ARC was available. The controversy you stirred up played a factor in me responding with an enthusiastic yes when I was contacted b...

    There's been a lot of discussion about this book online, so I moved the ARC to the top of my pile to read it -- largely because I'm a bigger woman, and I wanted to have a say about a book so clearly relevant to my life. I've seen the twitter threads about the book being fat-shaming and...

    5 Tear-jerking Stars Kristan Higgins, you wrecked me. I admit that I didn?t think it could happen, but with ?Good Luck With That? - you accomplished exactly that, and you outdid yourself too! This novel centers around three characters, Emerson, Marley and Georgia, all of wh...

    This is a many-tissues, cry-all-my-eye-makeup-off novel. Emerson, Georgia, and Marley met at a weight-loss camp when they were 18-years-old. When Emerson dies years later, she leaves a letter for her two best friends to live the lives they aspired to back when they were 18. Wit...

    A highly sensitive theme dealing with weight issues and struggles.   An emotional journey of three friends ( Emerson, Georgia, and Marley) who have struggled with their weight and how it has affected their self-esteem. The friends have had to deal with many detestable attitudes...

    This is the story of three friends: Emerson Duval, Georgia Sloane and Marley DeFelice. They met at a weight loss camp when they were 17-years old and forged a bond that continued into adulthood. Each woman deals with their body in different ways, all seemingly tied to issues stemming f...

    5 serious yet loving stars I have so much book love for this story. There are some books that strike just the right chord, have that fling with your emotions, let's you see a world that you never imagined, that just can't be put down, because they are that good and Good Luck with T...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?We live in a skinny world.? ?Really? Because I live in America, and we are NOT a skinny nation, hon.? I know this was an ARC and I?m not supposed to quote it, but put two tears in a bucket and motherfuc...

    !! NOW AVAILABLE !! As this story begins, these three girls, Marley, Georgia and Emerson, whose friendship was formed at Camp Copperbrook ? a camp where girls from the ages of eleven to eighteen went for weight loss ? are about to ?age out? of this camp. This is their last da...

    Within the first 20 pages I knew I was already emotionally invested in the story. Georgia, Emerson, and Marley met at a weight loss camp as teenagers and sixteen years later Emerson has passed away but left the women with a final request. She wanted them to complete the tasks they had ...