Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 445
I absolutely adored this book! Cath was unbelievably relatable and every single character felt so real. Rainbow Rowell, thank you for doing what you do!
This book is pretty hard to rate for me. I think the parts with Wren, the heinous twin sister of the protagonist, Cath, I would only rate as high as two stars. The rest of the book is a 3/3.5. For the most part, even though I had some problems with things, outside of Wren I enjoyed this book. There ...
Oh my! That was awesome! I want to write fanfiction about the characters just to continue the story cause I LOVE Cath so much... Is there a college year 2, Ms. Rowell??
So wonderful...I didn't want it to end! Rainbow Rowell captured the emotions of family and leaving home and relationships and growing up so realistically. I especially loved the relationship between Cath and Wren as it often reminded me of my relationship to my sister (in a good way, mostly).The fac...
Coming off a long reading hiatus, this book was the perfect one to bring me back to my bookish happy place. Not only did the descriptive title and fun cover scream out my name, but also the promising reviews and intriguing summary. “Fangirl” is a coming of age story that those of us who have a littl...