Me Fangirling over ‘Fangirl’ | Book Review

If you’re reading this you’re either one of these 3 people —

1. You’ve read the book

2. You have heard about the book.

3. You live under a rock and haven’t even heard of the book at all!

you belong to the 2nd and 3rd category — Allow me to start my presentation. 😆


The novel follows the story a girl named Cath and her twin sister Wren. Apparently, they had been doing everything together; starting from sharing a room to writing a fanfic. But gradually Wren wants to socialise and make new friends in their new session of college. With multiple requests by Cath to share a room and Wren advising her to ‘get to know the word‘, Cath finally shares a room with a badass girl Regan. They never got along. Their room was like a station for Regan, to change clothes between going to classes, work and parties. But what bothers the most to Cath is Levi, Reagan’s Boyfriend (or that’s what she assumes) who stays in her room most of the time ‘waiting’ for Regan. On top of that, Cath doesn’t know where the dining hall is and has to live on Protein Bars she brought from home. Whats more? Her boyfriend with whom she was in a relationship With for over 3 years dumped her for someone with higher grades. And there is this boy named Nick in whom she finds some interest but fears if she in right in doing so. She’s also inconsistent in posting chapters on her fanfic page where thousands of her fans are waiting for her. With all these uneasiness can Cath survive her College life?

What I liked about this book –

This book was recommended to me by many of my YA lover friends also my favorite booktubers who absolutely loved this so I had to give it a try. Turns out that it’d my favorite book as well! Here are some reasons why —

1. The Flow

There are some books which freak the hell out of me. The whole point of writing a book is ‘gradually’ moving to the end not that you’ve gotta complete it in a rush or linger the story so much that you lose interest. And what I loved about this book was there were sub stories no doubt, but on top of that each story told me more about Cath and explained reasons of the unanswered questions in the beginning of the book. I really enjoyed the book throughout.

2. The characters

This book is just what you need in high school. There was this character Abel, Cath’s boyfriend who dumbed her and another one Nick who was in Cath’s English class, who I bet people can relate to on a spiritual level. Just everything they do is so accurate to what we see in daily life. So I think the author, Rainbow Rowell, did an amazing job in giving life to these characters!

Stars –

I’ll give it ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ because this is something I don’t get to read everyday. I really think it taught me things plus gave me an amazing experience that I’d want to experience again and again.

There’s just so much I want to write but there are some things which I can’t put into words. This book holds a special place in my heart and I’ll forever love it. So if you’re more of a YA person, then I promise you’re gonna LOVE this book! 💙

I pretty much have this much to say because I absolutely loved the book. Funny how I can write an essay on something I hate but can’t write much about things I like.

Anyways, thank you for taking out some time and reading the thoughts of someone sitting opposite from you on the globe 🤗 I hope you’re having an amazing day. Also, DMs are always open on Twitter for bookish talks and more. Until next time, goodbye! 🤗🤗💙💙


Jennice 💙💙


5 thoughts on “Me Fangirling over ‘Fangirl’ | Book Review

  1. Fangirl is one of my absolute favorite books, and I’m so happy to come across someone who loved it just as much as I did! I have seven copies of Fangirl, I love this book so much! There’s just something so relatable about Cath, and for some reason reading the book always makes me feel so calm. Plus, Levi is the ultimate book boyfriend out there!

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