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Summary

A weight-loss clinic in New York City has an offer for you - give them $5,000 and they'll make you as thin as a supermodel. You can eat whatever you want and you'll never gain an ounce. Tempted? Fledgling journalist Karen Sumner would be - if only she had $5,000. When Karen finally walks through the blue and gold doors of The Program, though, she's on the trail of the hottest story of her career. If she and her friends are right, The Program is doing something even worse than creating an army of unnaturally thin women.

Library Journal calls The Program "a lively first novel. Highly recommended."

©2008 Charlie Lovett (P)2014 Charlie Lovett

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  • 27-06-19

Too much sex ruined an otherwise interesting story

Each time I started to like the way the story was going, the author felt it necessary to use middle school jargon to describe sexual arousal or a sex scene. Suggested feelings are more interesting, too bad, as it could have been a very good story. I know which authors to avoid, so this was disappointing. I have read two other books by him, but I won’t buy a book of his again.