I love the review. I want to read this so much. I really want to read her other book as well. You always have the best reviews

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Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Borrowed from my local library.

This is my foray into the literature of Rainbow Rowell. I wasn’t disappointed. I was, however, conflicted.

Writing Style – was quirky, and I thought this worked really well for the most part. But sometimes it felt forced. Like being kooky for the sake of being kooky. The descriptions that sparked this reaction in me usually revolved around Levi’s mouth. Apples and fetal smiles.. Odd.

Age group – This is firmly a YA book, methinks. It’s got all the appropriate elements working for it. But it’s strange because there’s a lot of NA books based around characters of similar ages and situations. That first year at university. It reminded me how style and perspective can push the boundary one way or the other.

Fanfiction – *deep breath* Ok. I’m just going to come out and say it. I think this…

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3 responses »

  1. SarahClare says:

    Dude! Thanks!!

    Yeah, I’m definitely going to give her other books a go. Maybe it’s a case of finding thr right ‘fit’, you know?

    I got myself far too worked up when I was reading this one. Ha ha! xD

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