Review #52: Fangirl
Yep, it’s time for the final review of 2015, and the pride of place goes to Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl.
At its heart, Fangirl is (yet another?) teenage romance, but it would be doing it a great disservice to call it just that. This is a story of a tumultous year in the life of eighteen-year-old Cath. With her twin hellbent on going solo, Cath doesn’t know how she’s going to face university, a new roommate, new people everywhere. For Cath has extreme social anxiety. The only place she’s completely comfortable is in the anonymity of the fan-fiction forum, where she is a star.