Sometimes I think it’s great to try to recreate your favourite book and turn it into a picture. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell is an all-time favourite of mine for a variety of reasons and I’m growing to appreciate it even more as I get older. It’s re-readability is off the scale – whenever I’m sad, I know I can pick it up and it will put a smile on my face.
I love how relationships are portrayed in Fangirl – not as simple and straightforward, but complex and with ups and downs.
I also love how it feels as if Cath has been created from a piece of my soul. She’s a character who I can relate to on so many levels and who I feel just gets me.
I love how every time I read it I learn something new about the characters, the plot, the settings.
I love Fangirl. I love it with all my fangirl heart.
Holly20 May, 2015 at 7:05 am
This has reminded me of how much I love this novel. Fangirl is my favourite book and it has helped me so much in the past years due to how much I feel like I can relate to Cath. It truly is a wonderful story.
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Chantelle20 May, 2015 at 12:27 pm
I LOVE Fangirl! I can definitely relate to Cath on certain levels, and I love Levi! How can anyone not like Levi?! I have a special edition currently being shipped to me from the US.
Love the photos!
Michelle @ Pink Polka Dot Books20 May, 2015 at 5:00 pm
I love all the new editions of Fangirl that have been coming out!! It makes me want to spend SO much money! I agree, it definitely has a high readability factor. I read it in one sitting, so I really need to go back and relive some of the moments that I flew past too quickly.
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Arya D.@AryaTheFangirl21 May, 2015 at 12:33 am
My love for Fangirl is so strong!! Its so cool to see a character that I connect with so strong actually in a novel. The act of being a Fangirl is portrayed as a weird thing to be in the “normal” world and its so cool to see one as the focus of a novel and not hidden in the background.
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Natalie @ Flowers in my Books21 May, 2015 at 11:35 am
Yes!!!!! YES YES YES.
I love Fangirl so much. It’s one of those books that I know I can read over and over and over again and still find new reasons to love it. I relate to Cath so much she could basically be me. Not even kidding. Except I don’t have Levi and I’m SO SAD ABOUT IT.
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Shannon23 May, 2015 at 4:13 am
Reading Fangirl is like a warm blanket and mug of hot cocoa 🙂 I love it so much. If there are comfort foods, this is my comfort book.
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Gill Edwards27 May, 2015 at 7:55 am
I have all of Rainbow’s books but havent fully read this yet. I like the sound of the special edition with the sample of Carry On.
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Chioma11 June, 2015 at 5:30 am
I read Fangirl last year and I loved it as well. I just like how the whole story overall was heartwarming and Cath was such a great and relatable character. I see why you love this book so much!
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Beverley26 June, 2015 at 8:43 pm
Hi Lucy! *waves*
Isn’t Fangirl just one of the BEST books ever? I read it last summer while I was on holiday and fell utterly in love with it! Like you, I felt like I could really relate to Cath and I absolutely adored Levi too – he’s brilliant! Thanks for sharing and the photos are beautiful too <3
Zara27 June, 2015 at 10:48 am
i have a copy of this and I am planning to read it soon!! excited
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