Appetite Paperback – 11 January 2018
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- Paperback : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1910453471
- ISBN-13 : 978-1910453476
- Product Dimensions : 12.7 x 3.05 x 19.69 cm
- Publisher : RedDoor Press (11 January 2018)
- Language: : English
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About the Author
Anita Cassidy enjoyed a successful career in recruitment and advertising before she started to write.
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Beautifully CraftedReviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 February 2020
Appetite is a fantastic story that take three people and the struggles they face in their day to day lives. Anita Cassidy weaves the three together very gently and builds these characters with a delicate and skilled hand that keeps you hooked as you turn the pages.
Powerful debut. Thoroughly enjoyable and an incredibly easy read. Very Potent.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 August 2018
Not often do I come across a book where I can relate to the protagonist (let alone all three!). The characters are as relatable as their struggle with relationships, food, sex and an inherent desire for change. Cleverly written, Anita takes the reader on a journey which at first feels like a voyeuristic insight into one's neighbour's home, a colleague's mind or a friend's soul, only to realise that we're staring at the mirror.
Engaging novel from a talented writer!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 February 2018
Appetite is a wonderfully engaging novel from a talented writer. The book describes the challenges, desires, and ‘appetites’ of three seemingly unrelated characters at the outset. As the story unfolds, we discover the links between the characters and their struggle against their own unsatisfactory lives. The choices they make, whether positive or negative, allow them to break free of their mundane lives and feel connected to their real selves. It chronicles both the pleasant and the not so pleasant journey they undertake driven by their 'appetite' to be better, be different, be themselves.