Fangirl

Moving forward with #femmemarchfest of women’s history month,the next book we are taking about
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Fangirl “Real life was something happening in her peripheral vision.” .
I myself am a pseudo adult,awkward Potter world fan girl and yes I’m not ashamed of it.
To start this book is isn’t just a charming love story about people, it’s also a love story about fiction and the power of books and fandoms.

Characteristic Rainbow Rowell Novel
Like always she brings life and breathes in to her characters.They are fluid, realistic (Eleanor & Park excluded), memorable, flawed, and relatable. These aren’t the type of characters that stay on the page. They shout, scream and jump out at you because Rowell is just that good. But it’s also her flaw because that takes up a lot of space. In fact, many times it feels like her stories have neither a beginning or an ending, with the reader viewing a piece of a character’s life through a small window of time but I’m not complaining I like this type of writing style which is more of chapter driven,Rowell’s create these characters, place them in situations and we watch them react to situations.
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