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From the author of the New York Times bestseller Eleanor & Park. A coming-of-age tale of fan fiction, family and first love. Cath is a Simon Snow fan.Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan...But for Cath, being a fan is her lifeand shes really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; its what got them through their mother leaving. Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.Caths sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath cant let go. She doesnt want to.Now that theyre going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesnt want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. Shes got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words... And she cant stop worrying about her dad, whos loving and fragile and has never really been alone.For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? Writing her own stories?And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind?...

Title : Fangirl
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Number of Pages : 481 pages
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Fangirl Reviews

  • Christine Riccio

    Loved this book <3 Full review/booktalk:

  • Nat

    Why I Fangirl over Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl (Spoilers: Levi)

    If you've been following my reviews for a while now, you probably know by now that Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl is an all-time favorite of mine; I make sure to reread it every single year.

    This time around, I decided to revisit the book through a different medium by checking out the audiobook for the first time, as I mention in the Parks and Rec book tag (where I feature Reagan for Ron Swanson's question, yet somehow still wound up includin

  • Lauren

    And just like that, I'm finished.

    Now what?

    Dammit Rainbow, I'm going to be lost for the next week now, with no fictional boyfriend to curl up with at night.

    I'm sure in your internet travels, you've all seen the comic that says "That moment when you finish a book, look around, and realise that everyone is just carrying on with their lives as though you didn't just experience emotional trauma at the hands of a paperback."

    That is me. Right now. At 1am.

    Lonely, and alone. With no Levi to cuddle up to.

  • Kristin (KC)

    *6 Stars!*

    I loved this story to infinity and beyond...

    My favorite types of books are the ones that speak to you; directly to the reader. The ones that resonate so deeply within your psyche that you feel as though you're actually learning things about yourself in the process.

    That is exactly what I experienced while reading Fangirl. If you were to judge by the cover and blurb alone, you may think this story is nothing but a quirky, fun read about an interesting girl addicted to writing fanfic. But

    Sometimes writing is running downhill, your fingers jerking behind you on the keyboard the way your legs do when they can't keep up with gravity.

    Levi is the lovable guy who lights up a room with kind words and a perpetual smile. His character was genuine and honest, and won me over instantly. He is the first person Cath meets as she reluctantly moves into her dorm to begin her first year of college, and his charm became contagious.

    The relationship between Cath and Levi was gentle and slow building. Levi initially gave off subtle and sweet hints of his interest, and I liked that you didn't see this relationship forming from a mile away. It was more about their solid bond than a steamy connection, and was a refreshingly honest portrayal of a young relationship.

    And here's where the story skyrockets to that unreachable 6th star: The writing. It was genius. Clever and unique and so entirely captivating that heaps of drama weren't present OR needed. It was fluid and natural, allowing every situation to become relatable. The dialogue was witty and funny, with an effortless feel. There were pockets of insight that were never in your face, but hidden...waiting for the right moment to present itself, and I LOVED IT.

    And sometimes you held somebody's hand just to prove that you were still alive, and that another human being was there to testify to that fact.

    Although this story seems like a fun read—and it certainly was—there was a distinct and subtle coating of sadness. Nothing major, or heartbreaking—just the raw honesty of life creeping up to sideswipe you. Broken families; feelings of not being good enough, smart enough, pretty enough--it all became so emotional and life-like.

    Fangirl definitely breaks the mold and doesn't display the standard rise and fall outline. It was steady...with random bumps in the road; like life. No dramatic peaks or disastrous downhill plummets for emphasis. It was easy. And that was the beauty of it. And then it just ended. No climactic finale or highly distinctive finish. There was a certain amount of closure, but the story felt like it was still moving even after the last page was swiped. As if it continues...just like Cath's fanfic.

    And I hope it does.

    Book Stats:

    ▪ Genre/Category: YA/NA Romance

    ▪ Steam Caliber: Mild/clean

    ▪ Romance: Slow burn. Friendship first. Drama-free.

    ▪ Characters: Relatable and distinctive.

    ▪ Plot: Centers on a college introvert who writes fanfic coming out of her shell.

    ▪ Writing: Witty, fluid, unique, gripping.

    ▪ POV: 3rd Person Perspective

    ▪ Cliffhanger: None/Standalone

    ▪ HEA? (view spoiler)


  • Zoë

    Reread October 2015: AHHHHH I felt all the love for this book that I felt the first time plus more! I love everything about this book and I want to reread it again immediately ;D

    Original review from December 2013: Fangirl was so cute and relatable! I loved every single character and their relationships with each other. Rainbow Rowell's writing style is wonderful and I can't wait to read more books from her!

  • Saania Zee Jamal ϟ

    Yes, I'd like me one Levi Stewart please, thank you.

    (Art by this very talented human.)


    Book Song: Afraid by The Neighbourhood.


  • Lauren

    You know, it’s been so long since I’ve disliked a book to the point of wanting to rant about it that I was starting to think I’d lost my cynical edge.

    So I guess that’s one point in Fangirl’s favor.

    And, you know, I liked Fangirl at first. It seemed that it was going to do something new with a protagonist that wasn’t the typical quirky teen girl.

    Here’s where I stop and give my short review before delving into a much-needed rant: The protagonist, Cath, is a wholly passive character who gets exactly

  • Christy


    I just LOVED this book! It made me so happy! Everything about it- just fantastic!

    Cath is a twin. She is a writer. She is a Simon Snow fan. Quite possibly the biggest Simon Snow fan there is. Cather’s big thing is fanfiction. She takes her most favorite books, and writes her own stories. She makes the two main guys in the books gay and in love.

    "It's bad enough that you have homemade Simon Snow posters," Reagan had said last night while she was getting read