This novel follows twin sisters, Wren and Cath, as they enter their first year of college. Cath only wants to live in her fictional world while Wren wants to experience something new.
Published: September 10, 2013
Genre: YA Fiction
Pages: 445 (Hardcover)
Where to purchase: thriftbooks.com
This was a cute book. I really enjoyed reading it, and I could relate somewhat to Cath. I too, want to just live in a fictional world sometimes, and I’m sure that’s normal for book lovers. Or for anyone who just needs an escape. However, parts of the book did annoy me, and I was annoyed with Cath and Wren. I found myself closing the book and taking a deep breath lmao.
I didn’t expect Levi and Cath but once it was presented in front of me I could see it. He’d been infatuated with her since she first arrived and I just thought he was being friendly. I enjoyed the humor of the story and the cute moments that happened between the characters. It’s actually a fast paced read and it’s written beautifully.
I didn’t like their mom, and I’m sorry to say but I was glad when they decided to let her be. I could see both girls point of view, but I leaned more toward Cath then I did Wren when it involved her. I also think they’re dad needs a big hug, and there were moments where I honestly wanted to.
One of the quotes I enjoyed was;
You give away nice like it doesn’t cost you.
This was a very cute story and I recommend this to anyone who loves YA contemporary novels.
Fangirl is a book that I feel a lot of fan fiction writers will enjoy. I wonder if that’s how some of them feel about the characters they connect to. Hmm, sorry, all I’m thinking of right now is Dean and Castiel, but I won’t get on that. I will start crying and then that’s not going to be good for anyway.