Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Or, How I Kicked Anorexia’s Ass and Embraced Body Positivity) by Lacy J. Davis

Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Or, How I Kicked Anorexia’s Ass and Embraced Body Positivity)

At once punk rock and poignant, Ink in Water is the visceral and groundbreaking graphic memoir of a young woman’s devastating struggle with negative body image and eating disorders, and how she rose above her own destructive behaviors and feelings of inadequacy to live a life of strength and empowerment.As a young artist living in Portland, Lacy Davis’ eating disorder bega...

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Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Or, How I Kicked Anorexia’s Ass and Embraced Body Positivity) Reviews

  • Manon
    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Ink in Water is an illustrated memoir that tells the story of Lacy. It tells her journey, mostly focusing on her eating disorder and anxiety.I really liked this book, the story was captivating and I couldn’t put it down…I...
  • Gurveen Kaur
    You know when you find a story that reflects purity, honesty and a good heart, and imprints all these emotions and thoughts in you and yet you're left speechless? Ink in Water by Lacy J. Davis and Jim Kettner does just that! My very first graphic novel, this one's going to stay with me for a very lo...
  • Romie
    This graphic novel is a real gift.Knowing it’s a memoir makes everything even more relatable, you know what I mean?I’ve been fighting my binge & purge eating disorder for years now, 5 years to be precise, and I’ve never related with a graphic novel as much as I did with this one.In th...
  • Schizanthus
    Lacy J. Davis has nailed it in this graphic novel memoir of her battle with an eating disorder in Ink in Water. She bravely takes the reader on a journey with her from its inception with thoughts of not being good enough to the beginnings of food restriction and anorexia, to compulsively exercising ...
  • Erin
    Thanks to NetGalley and New Harbinger Publications, Inc for an uncorrected proof of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. An extremely candid graphic novel, Lacy J. Davis exposes the demons that abound in the world of eating disorders. I am so grateful that she wrote it! Through blac...
  • [Shai] The Bibliophage
    When I saw the synopsis for this graphic novel, I thought I would be reading something boring an uninteresting. But my first impression isn't right because I finished reading this in just a few hours. Not to mention that this is also very helpful and inspiring especially those who are having eating ...
  • A Bookish ✧ Fable
    Having a eatingdisorder, there's alot in this that you can relate too. Very nice and also infomative for related people that wants to know more from ones perspective. ...
  • Scarlet Cameo
    First of all, at one point in my life I was in a similar situation so I appreciate this one, not just because it is accurate, but because created a real, hard and touching portrait about how it's live with an ED, but because is really encouranging. Yes, you can endend up in a fuck up situation, but ...
  • David Schaafsma
    A first graphic memoir by Lacy J. Davis of her eating disorder and recovery, illustrated by first time illustrator Jim Kettner. Like Katie Green's Lighter than my Shadow, the style of the book would seem to echo the personality of the author. Green's is long, but quietly thoughtful, lovely, spare, s...

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