Kas wishes she could run without leaving footprints in the snow.
Kas is determined to leave her mark on the world. Beautiful and talented, she has just been accepted into a prestigious high school for the arts. At last, she has the chance to fulfill her potential as an artist. But Kas cannot shake the voice inside that insists she is not good enough. No matter how far she runs, she cannot escape the eating disorder that threatens to destroy her and leave no trace behind.
What reviewers say about Zero
“Zero is an important story that is crafted in such a way that it is subtle and intense at the same time, while ultimately offering hope that Kas may find a level of self-acceptance.” KLIATT
Paperback: 178 pages
Publisher: 2006 Fitzhenry & Whiteside