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by Rainbow Rowell
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Yoz0ra Reads
Yoz0ra Reads rated it 2 years ago
DNF: Page 235 [spoiler] I feel torn. Before I started this book, I thought it would be a fun look into fandom, the highs and lows, since the book is titled "Fangirl." However, during the time I read it, I saw little of the "fan" part in the pages. There was little to no mentions of fandom activities...
This, that, and the other
This, that, and the other rated it 2 years ago
Good ole Nebraska UThis book took me completely by surprise. I mean, of course I knew I’d like it, since Rainbow Rowell is a favorite around these parts, but I had no idea it would hit so close to home. I added Fangirl to my wishlist along with a whole mess of other books at the beginning of my push...
This, that, and the other
This, that, and the other rated it 2 years ago
Good ole Nebraska UThis book took me completely by surprise. I mean, of course I knew I’d like it, since Rainbow Rowell is a favorite around these parts, but I had no idea it would hit so close to home. I added Fangirl to my wishlist along with a whole mess of other books at the beginning of my push...
Booky
Booky rated it 3 years ago
4.5 starsI can't believe how much I identified with this protagonist. I swear, I'm Cath. Never have I felt the desire to protect a character so much from the meanness in the world. Some reviewers found this book's plot too simple. Some found themselves distant from Cath and the fictional world she w...
Debbie's Library
Debbie's Library rated it 3 years ago
*4.5 starsI really enjoyed reading this book. It is probably because I really identified with Cath. The way she views things and her fears, and also the way she wants to stay with things which are familiar to her because they give her comfort. And just her way of dealing with things, is the way I m...
Debbie's Library
Debbie's Library rated it 3 years ago
*4.5 starsI really enjoyed reading this book. It is probably because I really identified with Cath. The way she views things and her fears, and also the way she wants to stay with things which are familiar to her because they give her comfort. And just her way of dealing with things, is the way I m...
Pandabearbooks
Pandabearbooks rated it 3 years ago
4,25 starsIt's silly how much I could relate to Cath, especially compared to my own 19-year-old self, having just moved away from home. I never wrote fanfiction, but I sure as hell read it, and I was so painfully clumsy and awkward and anxious, socially. I still am, some days, but I have managed to ...
Portable Magic
Portable Magic rated it 4 years ago
I enjoyed the story of Cath and her sister Wren, two young women in their freshman year of college who are trying to come to terms with growing into adulthood. Wren is launching herself into her idea of adulthood, with wild parties and brutal separation from her family. The unsociable Cath is wardin...
danae
danae rated it 4 years ago
I was able to enjoy this book to some degree. I'm not a fan of Harry Potter and i don't agree with homosexuality, so the book lost points for those. Despite that, i really got into the book for just over half of it. I was able to relate to Cath and Fangirl made me want to read fanfiction, forgetting...
☢Lia Berg☢
☢Lia Berg☢ rated it 4 years ago
A book about fanfiction writers like myself? Count me in (I said) But as I continued to read, I became more and more disappointed with each page I read. I really wanted to like this book, since it catered to me and my fandom(s) The writing was decent but the storyline was meh and I ultimately skippe...
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