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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Goodreads Author. 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 Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.

Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. 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?

Kindle Edition , pages. Wren , Levi , Cath Avery. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Fangirl , please sign up. Rainbow, if you ever read this, please consider indulging me. At least the end of it, I'm dying to know about it. The excerpts in the book were already so boring that I had to skip them to manage finishing the book. See all questions about Fangirl….

Lists with This Book. Jun 18, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it it was ok Shelves: If you wanted a true sense of fandom, don't look for it here. Don't get me wrong, I liked this book, but it is a coming-of-age book that was misrepresented as a book about fandom. This would have been so much better if it had Actual rating: This would have been so much better if it had been merely sold as a coming-of-age without the fandom aspect, but as a book that tries to sell fandom on me, it doesn't remotely work.

I feel like this book represents online fandom in the way that The Big Bang Theory represents math geeks and engineers. The summary brought in the tantalizing question "Will Cath be able to leave Simon Snow behind?

By that point in the book, we had almost forgotten completely about Simon Snow and Cath's involvement within the fandom! The story was enjoyable, and I absolutely loved the dynamics of the relationships between the characters, but that's it. I felt like it wasn't an adequate representation of being a fangirl.

Of course, if I'm going to complain about the representation of fangirls in the book, I should show some street cred. You name it, I've probably squee'd over it.

From computer games like World of Warcraft, which took over 6 hours of my day while enrolled in a full college courseload you don't know the meaning of fun until you've teamed up with 39 other people to take down a virtual monster while drunk , to rolling dice while pretending that I was a 8-year old crazy vampire child wielding a doll I AIN'T EVEN SORRY.

I've done them all. I know what it's like to be a fangirl. I am proud of it. Even of moments like these. Needless to say, we had plenty of weabos and otakus and strange people in general. There were a whole lot of socially awkward people there, including me. We were dorks, yeah, we weren't entirely comfortable in company outside our immediate circle, but we knew how to adapt it's called looking around and doing what everyone else is doing, not exactly fucking rocket science.

This book does a disservice to fangirls in general by making Cath so incredibly, painfully socially incompetent. I would have liked this book better if it had remained a contemporary, instead, this book chooses to perpetuate the worst of beliefs about fangirlswhich is to say, they're all fucking idiots who wouldn't know the word "normal" if it were summoned from a Patronus god help you, my child, if you don't get that reference. Cath is drawn to be the person who wouldn't last 5 seconds alone in the wilderness, let alone a college campus.

She is terrified of social interactions. She stocks up on food so she wouldn't have to face the terrifying, the monstrous, the ever-so-menacing Cath broke open a box of protein bars.

She had four more boxes and three giant jars of peanut butter shoved under her bed. If she paced herself, she might not have to face the dining hall until October. Her life revolves around her twin Wren and the Simon Snow series.

Cath is not an appealing character. Her hyper-clumsiness aside, she just has no fucking common sense. In an upper-level Fiction Writing class, she tries to pass off fanfiction as her own work. She then tries to submit it for a grade. I wrote something about Simon and Baz She thought it was plagiarism. Cath is sort of a Mary Sue.

She goes off on a writing partner for writing a Mary Sue in his story, but if you think about it, Cath sort of is one herself. She's so brilliant that she gets into an upper-div writing class with a famous professor, and we never really see what kind of talent she has besides writing fanfiction.

She is so good that an upperclassman wants to be her partner for it. Cath does nothing exemplary, and she's incredibly fucking weird, and regardless, a cute, a funny, a really awesome guy just wants her. She doesn't think of herself as beautiful, but identical sister is referred to as "hot. From what we hear, Cath spent all her time writing Simon Snow fanfiction and going to premieres and chatting with her twin about Simon Snow No more of that. Because that's pretty much where life interferes.

Except for a few brief moments of Cath reading and telling people about her fanfiction writing and about her love of fanfictionwe almost never hear about the "fangirl" aspect of the book again. This would haveand in fact, is, a completely solid book on dealing with family and friends and growing up. Where are all the forum discussions? Where are all the interactions with fellow fans?

Where's the talking to fellow friends online for hours and hours on end because you're both fangirling so much that words are spilling over and you are just so happy to find a fellow fan?

Where is the daydreaming? Where is the magic? What little of the fandom that existed in this book was restricted to Cath. The greatest part about any fandom is the community. We're all on Goodreads here, we love the books, but almost as importantly, we love interacting with one another, we love knowing that somewhere out there, there are people who understand us. This book doesn't represent that at all. It is solidly about Cath and her legions of fans. Her full-of-it based on that fact.

The fact that she, herself, has fans. Cath tried not to let it all go to her head. These characters belong to Gemma T. Leslie, she wrote at the beginning of every new chapter. This book is about a girl who is full of herself. It tries too hard to be quirky. It works, at times, but some moments, and some sentences just made me wince.

His eyes were set so deep, it made everything he said more intense. His mouth was small, but bowed. She wondered if he had trouble opening it wide enough to eat apples. He was wearing a thick, navy blue turtleneck sweater that made him look like he was serving on a Soviet battleship.

She heard the very beginning of a smile in his voice—a fetal smile—and it very nearly killed her. I'd understand "fatal" smile, but "fetal?

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And Cath thought—not for the first time, but for the first time since last night—that Levi had probably had sex with Reagan. It is breezy and joyous coming of age novel which will undoubtedly tug at your heartstrings. Beneath all the fun and humor lie subtle hints to maturity and development.

The honesty and innocence it emanates will lift your spirit and restore your faith in YA literature. I am leaving you with this absolutely stunning vignette of wisdom: Because they remind me that we live in a place where you can still get away with, even get excited about, Ugg boots.

But in Nebraska, you can still be happy about new Ugg boots. View all 41 comments. Aug 17, Ariel rated it really liked it. I found her so closed to life. And I realize that the point was that she was going from closed off to more open.. I found her extremely frustrating because of her inability to allow change and accept transition.

She never went out of her comfort zone! I felt that there was a lack of rise and falls in the story.. My largest problem was the main character. I absolutely understand why this is so popular right now, and I actually recommend it if the story sounds like something you might like, and I definitely had a fun time reading it.. I have just finished marathoning this book for the past 6 hours. I'm tired, I'm hungry, and I have to go to class in the morning. View all 25 comments.

I feel you girl, I so do!!!! XD Her enthusiasm was just so relatable and I really enjoyed reading her fanfic. As Maks has already pointed out there was no brilliant or mind-blowing storyline you could have sunk your teeth into. In fact the entire book could have been described in one sentence: Cath and Wren are twins that just finished high school and started to go to university.

XD This said, we can move to the characters and this time around there actually is a lot to tell! I loved this girl so much! At the beginning of the book she was so shy and withdrawn but the longer I read the more I was able to understand her strange behaviour.

For Cath to write her fan fiction was everything she needed to function properly and the harder her life became, the more she retreated into her own world. Her struggle was just so relatable and I really felt sorry for her. Especially because her sister was an immature moron and Cath really deserved better than that.

It was so nice to see how she got independent though and in some way I even think I have to be grateful Wren was such a foolish dork! Do you feel exploited, Cather? The kind of damage you never recover from. I hope she feels terrible. I hope she never forgives herself. I mean, yes it was nice that they somehow made up in the end but seriously some of the things Wren did were just stupid an unforgivable!

I liked Levi and his candidness right from the beginning and I was so rooting for him and Cath. When they made out in her bed after she read to him I was like: I was like WTH!!??? I can understand why he kissed that other girl and I know Cath and him were not even dating, but still the entire encounter with the other girl kind of threw me. I mean Levi was so nice and sweet and caring and then he takes the next best girl that bats her eyelashes at him?

Well, I guess Mrs. Rowell had to give him some flaws; otherwise he just would have been too perfect, right? She could hear the teasing in his voice. He stays up all night , watching you sleep, trying to decide whether to eat you whole or one chunk at a time. The best roommate ever!!!! Haha she reminded me so much of my own bestie and whenever I tried to picture her she had the face of my best friend. Even without her makeup and hair, the girl was terrifying. There was just no fear in her.

Talking to Reagan was like standing in front of an oncoming train. Some of his statements were just so epic and even though it was kind of obvious that he struggled, he still tried everything possible to help his girls. At noticing when a little manic slid into a lot.

When charismatic gave way to crazed. When the twinkle in his eyes turned into a burnt-out flash. It reminded me so much of my own feelings when my bestie and I bought our last Harry Potter book!!!

It was like something big was ending and we were so emotional and happy and devastated at the same time!! Just too damn sweet!!!! It's one of those "cuddle up with a blanket"-"sip hot chocolate"-"feel good"-books. There's not many books that can do this to me. I think this works so good for because Rainbow Rowell captured the kind of sadness and loneliness that also functions as an emotional wall between the protagonist and the outer world with such skillfulness that I immediately recognised this feeling.

There's lots of novels that feature bookworms who'd rather live between the pages than in real life. But Rainbow Rowell is the first author who really had me believing. Apart from that, I can only compliment her on the characters and dialouges. Funny and sad, loving and romantic. Cath's life felt so real to me. Growing apart, doubting your life decisions, struggling to keep your head up.

But also rediscovering your spirit, making new and fantastic experiences and learning that there's something beautiful in life for everyone. This is the kind of pick-me-up novel that let's you sit in your own sullenness for a while, only to make you smile from the inside out later.

Definitely Rowell's best book so far. Find more of my books on Instagram View all 6 comments. Stephanie You definitely make me want to read it so badly! Feb 12, Kai That's the point: Jul 26, Ashley Nuckles rated it it was amazing. Screaming internally because I want my own Levi now, please and thank you. Jan 05, Lauren rated it did not like it. And, you know, I liked Fangirl at first. The protagonist, Cath, is a wholly passive character who gets exactly what she wants with no effort.

Anyone who disagrees with Cath is awful. This book very much needed an editor, because even Mary Sue is side eying Cath and saying, Really? There are a lot of problems with this book. But none of them are quiet so amusing and creepy as The Scene. That in and of itself is kind of appropriate, because Fangirl is about fan fiction and Fifty Shades of Grey is Twilight fan fiction with names changed. I should preface my description of The Scene with some background: That part of the book works beautifully: Cath is painfully shy and awkward, not in a cute way, but in a painfully brutal way that makes ordinary social interactions uncomfortable.

That part is good. What makes the love angle weird is that Cath has the emotional maturity of a year-old girl.

In comparison, her dreamy boy toy reads as a guy in his mid- to late-twenties. Eat your heart out, Nabokov. I doubt most readers would find the reverse of this sexy. It was creepy and weird and not good creepy and weird. Having a twenty-something guy seduce her? Perfect is attracted to Cath.

The only reason I could come up with is that Mr. Perfect is an odd dude who has a thing about the conquest of really virginal girls. No other reason is provided to explain his attraction. She shows no interest in his life whatsoever and apparently that translates into him being crazy about her. I mean, put like that, he sounds like he has some deep-seated issues of his own, what with being attracted to women who treat him horribly.

After taking a break to distance myself from feeling that I had just read something that veered way too close to erotica involving a minor, I started reading again. Over the last part of the book, the plot, already not great, takes a nosedive. I like coming-of-age books because, done well, they resonate and tap into a plethora of emotions.

Even the middle-of-the-road stuff is engaging. Plus, those family issues are within her comfort zone. Granted, I never wrote Star Trek fan fiction and went to all of one convention, but the way Fangirl tackles the topic lacks any and all finesse.

I know a lot of people who struggled with reconciling who they were in high school with who they wanted to be in college, whether it was science fiction and fantasy, religion, or hair color. I was excited to see a book out there about fangirls that claimed to not treat them as pathetic punch lines.

I guess I was sort of expecting something like Galaxy Quest which, incidentally, was just voted a better Star Trek movie than some actual Star Trek movies — how amazing is that? But Fangirl is almost worse than outright mocking. But a written-for-free story about Harry Potter? To that end, the fiction class subplot was awful. Cath is a special snowflake who can do no wrong. Based on her experience writing fan fiction, she is a perfect author in need of no correction.

The one thing I can usually rely on in novels is that writers know about writing and the world of writing to be fair to Ms. Working in a creative field entails dealing with criticism and rejection. Criticism is painful, but it is pain with a purpose. It takes people with raw talent and potential and forces them to improve.

Because everyone has that story. Because Cath is perfect. Because Cath is flawless. She needs no critiquing. Any piece of work she touches is brilliant. In other words, the Simon Snow series is not the biggest fantasy featured in Fangirl.

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 Why I Fangirl over Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl Spoilers: 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 including my perfect sunflower and the pride of Arnold, otherwise known as Levi Stewart.

More specifically, Levi has me wrapped around his finger; he leaves me grinning from ear to ear so easily. And I have to elaborate by making a whole new point about this Like, get you a guy like Levi who goes out of his way in making sure you're comfortable and showing signs that he genuinely likes you.

Just to give you a feel of what I'm talking about, here's a couple of instances that made me smile uncontrollably in his presence: In fact, I think I get lost there more, the more that I go. And when she looked at him, he was grinning.

I'm utterly amazed at how effortlessly Rainbow captures that intimate moment of growth from being acquaintances to friends to something more.

Make fun of me. Play with my commemorative busts. Do you have a stupid nickname for me? Pretty sure that with that Levi has ruined all other guys for me. I mean, having someone's defining feature be kindness above all is cathartic. Any book that has the characters bond by reading a book out loud to one another is the way to my heart, all thanks to Fangirl being the primary instigator. I even listened to the ending with closed eyes, and it was so perfect because Cath was tired and her eyes were tired, and I felt it all.

Her chest was so tight, it hurt both ways. I'm pretty sure I can quote the whole book on Levi's sunny disposition if you'll let me, so this is as good a stopping point as any on that Oh, and the random fact that the seatbelt in Levi's truck is a hassle to pull through is bliss to know. It's these little things that make the characters seem that more real in the big picture.

Now, I can actually know what songs she had in mind during the most iconic of scenes, such as the infamous Emergency Dance Party. Every time I reread Fangirl , I either discover something new about myself or connect together pieces about myself through her. We have so many overlapping thoughts and actions, so I thought this was an incredibly well-done part of the story. I felt it most strongly the morning after the shared half-asleep kiss with Levi, when Cath tried to convince herself all the reasons they would never fit together.

I'm beyond thankful that Cath has someone like Reagan to set her straight. Their blossoming friendship was one of the most unexpected to appear with their juxtaposing personalities, and yet it grew to be one of my favorite friendships to read. I was thunderstruck time and again by their casual daily interactions that brought about some of the most memorable lines of the book. I'll be still laughing minutes after I read a certain phrase because it's on a loop in my head.

Cath took a deep breath. I'm so keen on knowing HOW Rainbow comes up with this stuff What follows afterward between Cath and Levi is, of course, one of the best scenes for them as a couple, but I won't bombard you with more, since I'm obviously a complete fool when it comes to these two together. And it's impossible to choose just one moment to capture.

See you in my next reread of this book! Support creators you love. View all 5 comments. Jan 19, Lola rated it really liked it Shelves: Oh my freaking god. How crazy is it that I now feel like starting a new blog and loosing myself in my own written virtual universe? I know what it means, how it works and what kind of effect it has on people. Probably because… Hey, I knew they came straight out of the Harry Potter series, but the author changing physical features, names and even personality traits, helped me in forgetting that piece of information and just focus on the new story she provided us with.

Plus I love gay romance. You know how sometimes you read a contemporary story and you can compare what happens in the novel to things that have happened to you in the past or to someone you know? Well, Fangirl did not make me feel like that.

Like, will she keep growing up without a mother? Cather is a heroine very easily likeable. She has her charm, though. If he could an object, he would be a Teddy Bear for everyone to hug! Twelve Holiday Stories , and sadly so, I was disappointed by her Holiday story and strongly thought that this author might not be for me after all.

So imagine my shock when I was completely entranced by her writing in Fangirl. Here's to second chances! View all 29 comments. Aug 24, Samantha rated it really liked it. As someone with anxiety who also has immersed herself in fandom since high school, this was almost the perfect contemporary for me. I still struggled with whether to give this 4 or 5 stars.

After a day I may come back to give it I did read it in one day after all. View all 3 comments. Seekers of fluff and romance. Yes, I'd like me one Levi Stewart please, thank you.

Art by this very talented human. Afraid by The Neighbourhood. View all 13 comments. Jan 05, Hannah rated it really liked it. This was everything I wanted and more. Sep 13, Christine Riccio rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 19 comments. Oct 31, Regan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nov 22, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 27 comments.

Jul 31, C. Drews rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is the best of ever. If you're a writer or an introvert, I can almost practically guarantee at some point this book is going to hit you in a very relatable way. I was so emotionally invested in this book. I'm a fangirling ha, pun mess. I can't even write a logical review!

I seriously just love this book so much. I really connected to the characters! Can we just talk about Cath for a moment? She has a social anxiety disorder and knowing This book is the best of ever. Cath didn't find the cafeteria in her dorm for 3 weeks because she was too scared. She lived off peanut butter and protein bars. That's totally something I would do. Says she who has emergency peanut butter in her room. All of Cath's quirks and introverted ways I just related to, so this made the book hugely special to me.

I felt like the author had written it FOR me, which is awesome. Thanks Rainbow Rowell, me old pal. Oh, yeah, there were other characters besides Cath.

I have to mention Cath's identical twin first: Yes, their names are "Cather" and "Wren" Wren made me angry. I understood that she was flexing wings and needed to try "life without her sister". But, as Levi ends up mentioning, it's like Wren "broke up" with Cath. You can't just dump someone when you want to look for other options. Cath is an introvert dumped in a scary new college Wren, let me hit you with a book.

Wren made me angry the whole time, but she was very well written as a character. Levi was kind of adorable. I loved him a lot I don't actually see this as a love-triangle at all.

While there are potentially two love-interests, I think it handles like real life and not like a triangle where two random guys are vying for the "invisible" girl's affections which, let's face it, is very unlikely. I'm totally in awe of how she was written The entire book is hugely addictive. I could NOT put it down. And I love it how she writes about issues close to home. Nothing is unrealistic or unreal about her books. I love how she weaves her characters' relationships in and out until they're just as complicated as in the real world.

I haven't been so invested in a book since the beginning of the year. I'm so glad my sister is reviewing this on the blog, though, because I'm an incoherent babbly fangirling mess. View all 14 comments. Sep 15, Susanne rated it it was ok Shelves: It was well-written, well-told and well-crafted. I had super high hopes! I know some of my friends said that this was the best book this year.

But for me, it dragged and it was B. I was close to not finish it. I am glad I stuck it out but it felt like a chore. I was like — did I get another book than all the other reviewers? It is a story about Cather who writes fanfiction and prefer her Internet friends. She is abandoned by her more outgoing identical twin when th Fangirl had quality. She is abandoned by her more outgoing identical twin when they start college.

She has to find her own way and in its own way it was kind of beautiful. I read to escape and experience wonderful things. I want to go into another world and feel happy things. I want to laugh and go all "awww" over the book. I want it to sparkle and I want to feel like I want to move into that world. I want to feel like I would like to switch place with the heroine. I don't want to read about reality.

And don't want to read about grey everyday life. So for that reason, Fangirl wasn't for me. It is a great young adult book. Probably one of the best ones out there. If you like the genre and want to read a fine coming of age book, then go ahead.

You will probably love it. I am sorry I didn't. View all 85 comments. First read November Reread October I definitely changed my opinions on this book after reading it a second time, so here's a little updated review! Back in , I read and reviewed 'Fangirl', and since then I've read it again only to find my thoughts and opinions have changed. When I first read the book, I remember being so frustrated with Cath for throwing away her University degree by not doing her assignments because she didn't feel like it.

But it wasn't because she didn't feel like i First read November Reread October I definitely changed my opinions on this book after reading it a second time, so here's a little updated review!

I get it now, because I recently went through something similar where my anxiety got so out of control that I literally couldn't do anything, let alone assignments. So I totally get it now that I've truly been in Cath's shoes! She's such a relatable character for so many people and I love Rainbow Rowell so much for creating her and sharing her with us! Another thing that changed from my original review was the fandom aspect.

This time around, I found myself skimming the Simon Snow excerpts, and even in some cases, skipping them entirely. And all of the Simon Snow bits were taken from all over the place the original series, Cath's fanfiction, etc. Other than that, I really enjoyed the story in its entirety. It was cute and fluffy with just the right amount of drama, and the characters were all really well rounded. The family aspect was spot on and the romance was SO cute.

Originally I rated it 4 stars, and even though I don't have the same issues with the book, I found other problems with the book so I can't really raise my rating.

I still give it 4 stars and still definitely recommend it! Read at your own risk. I went into this book with such high expectations that it fell flat a tiny bit for me in terms of the storyline and the main character.

I was expecting something big to happen or a massive problem or a shocking revelation but I almost felt like nothing really happened. I was just expecting a huge plot twist or a massive emotional ending. Unfortunately, I did not get either of these things. The other thing that made me take off a star was the main character, Cath.

Okay, moving on to the good things: They were really well done. I love how deeply the family aspects ran through this story. You know how you read a book and sometimes the characters parents just kind of disappear? Family was very prominent and I really appreciated that. In fact, almost all of the characters had families that were mentioned now that I think about it.

Overall, I really did enjoy this book but there were just a few things that ticked me off a bit. View all 8 comments. It's both a coming of age story about a girl starting a new life in college, as well as a friend to lovers story. From the moment I started reading it, Rainbow Rowell managed to suck me into the world of Cath, Levi, Simon Snow and all the other equally unique side characters.

The author's easyflowing writing style made it seem as a very simple story at the time I was reading it, but looking back at it as a whole the story managed to convey a very true and important message about life, love and friendship. And the more I care about somebody, the more I am sure they're going to get tired of me and take off.

Although they are very different, with Cath being shy, introvert and little socially awkward and Wren being the exact opposite, they have always had one passion in common: She's convinced they need to meet new people and decides it's best they not room together.

Cath, on the other hand, remains a die hard Simon Snow fan. She much rather spends her time with fictional characters and internet friends than venturing herself in the unknown college world. But college and the new people she meets also make her realize there might be more to life than being solely focused on everything Simon.

She's content just to live in her own protectieve bubble, while reading and writing about her number one passion: As a very popular fanfiction writer, Cath has thousands of followers on the internet who anxiously await her newest fanfiction entries. She spends almost all of her free time locked up in her room, typing behind her computer. Her new roommate Raegan feels sorry for her and decides to become her friend and forces her to go out more.

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