In an immaculate form of letters and diary entries, Zoe Letting Go deeply grabs the reader to tell the tale of an average girl who is dragged into a strange world. One Cape Cod Summer Day Zoe is whisked off to an area of rural Massachusetts to Twin Birch, a center for girls struggling with eating disorders. In letters to her friend back home, Zoe tells of the odd happenings at the center. Being force fed, strange rules, only girls, and the little mystery thrown into the plot all located in a intriguing mansion.
Although there are few characters, connections aren't memorable. Overall, the book is a beautifully tied together novel and a great read for fans of Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why.