Thinner Than Thou -- Kit Reed

I have mixed feelings about this book.  The premise alone made me feel that the book had the potential to be really, really cool:  In a dystopian future, our culture has become so obsessed with image that religion as we know it is (almost) dead, replaced by people like Reverend Earl with his vision of the Afterfat and the Dedicated Sisters, women who take in teens with eating disorders and "rehabilitate" them.  Results guaranteed.

The book barrels along and it's a pretty fun ride.  But the style was really... blunt.  Issues were portrayed in black and white.  It just could have been so much better.