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Friday, February 27, 2015

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Reviewed By: C.R.
Fangirl is about Cath. A average fan girl who loves to write fan fiction and enjoys being in the life of 100% nerd. So, now she is 18 and she has to head off to college. She doesn't enjoy being around other people except her family. But now she is at college and meets this guy named Levi. She does find her self dreaming about him. How can he be so bad? He enjoys her fan fiction and loves her for who she is.
Why I Picked it Up: I picked it up based on the title. I consider myself a fan girl and I thought that I may be able to relate to this main character. I did relate to her throughout the story in some parts, but some moments I didn't relate. However, the author Rainbow Rowell writes amazing adult and young adult novels.
Why I Finished It: This story just made me want to cuddle up in bed and never leave. The story itself was amazing and I wanted to know what happens. I am still upset that there aren't any sequels at all yet.
I’d Give this Book To: To people that like realistic fiction. The reason is that it isn't fantasy or anything action. But a story that is loving and really enjoyable.

**Librarian Side Note** I am a big fan of the author Rainbow Rowell, and I have really enjoyed the books I have read by her. This, unfortunately, is not one of them, but after reading this review, and hearing many other people talk about how much they liked this book I can't wait to check this out!!  And if you haven't read it yet, I highly recommend my older readers to check out Eleanor & Park.  It is on this year's 2015 Abraham Lincoln Award Nominee list, and we have several copies as well as the audiobook, so no excuses, check it out today!

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