Review: Fangirl

Fangirl has been on my to be read list for a very long time. I happen to have a signed copy of Carry On by Rainbow Rowell on my shelves, but wanted to read Fangirl first, because I knew they were related.

I really liked Cath and appreciated her awkwardness as she navigated through striking out on her own at college and finds herself. I absolutely related to her struggles and thoughts…and did I mention her awkwardness.

I do feel like some parts were a little long winded, but I still absolutely enjoyed every minute of this. I frequently had to tear myself away to do adult things.

I also really enjoyed the fan fiction in between chapters from Cath’s “Carry On, Simon,” and I’m even more excited to read Rowell’s Carry On because of it.


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