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اثر رینبو راول از انتشارات آذرباد - مترجم: نوشین حیدری-ادبیات آمریکا

کت، به همراه خواهر دوقلوی همسان و برونگرای خود، رن دانشجوی سال اول دانشگاه لینکلن-نبراسکا است.

اما کت درون‌گرا، برای وفق دادن خود با کالج، اوقات سختی را می‌گذراند. اولاً؛ چون خواهرش نمی‌خواهد با او هم‌اتاق باشد. دوماً؛ به‌دلیل اختلال اضطراب اجتماعی‌اش.

کت بیشتر وقتش را به نوشتن فن‌فیکشن در اینترنت می‌گذراند. او طرفدار سیمون اسنو است. او در دانشگاه غمگین است. هیچ دوستی ندارد. مادرش آن‌ها را ترک کرده و پدرش به بیماری عصبی دچار است و ....

و حالا که او وارد کالج شده است نمی‌داند قرار است چه اتفاقی بیافتد.
پرسشی که ذهن کت را به‌خود مشغول کرده، این است:
آیا می‌تواند به تنهایی و بدون کمک خواهرش از پس آن بربیاید؟
آیا آمادگی شروع یک زندگی مستقل را دارد؟
آیا می‌تواند داستان‌هایش را بنویسد؟
و آیا باید سیمون اسنو را فراموش کند؟


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My 4th reread and this book still made heart explode! The story brings me right back to my uni days and the anxiousness I felt on every level.

What can I say that already hasnt been said about this book? Cath is a fantastic character. As is Levi, my baby! Reagan. Wren. Their father. This whole flippin story is!

Rainbow Rowell is just incredible at creating characters that feel so darn normal. So like yourself. Its so honest!

Reading this book makes me feel afloat. Ill never get enough of it.

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This was a 4.5 for me. I really really liked it but didnt necessarily love it. It was such a relatable and real story to anyone who has ever been a part of a fandom and there were so many late 2000s pop culture references that I loved! AND LEVI. Levi was so wonderful. Overall, really did like it :)

Reread June 17-18, 2015 for #fivefaves & #rainbowthon
WELL WOW. I can safely say this is one of my favorites now, and definitely 5 stars. I think I read this too close to E&P last time to fully enjoy it, and this time I loved it so so much. I LOVE LEVI SO MUCH HE IS THE BEST. Cath is also great and Rainbow Rowell is so great as EVERYTHING IS SO GREAT. This book is incredible for so many reasons.

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4.5. This was so so sooooooo close to 5 stars!

Are you rooting for me? - Levi

So, a certain someone *cough*
Romie
had spoke to me about this book, and I was like yes yes yes, I need to read this! Im honestly so glad you recommended this!

I didnt really go into this book with any expectations I wanted something that was going to be an easy and a quick read. Once I picked it up, I didnt want to put it down! It was one of those books.

A strong feature in this book was to do with mental disorders. I honestly found myself agreeing with a lot of the little things Cath did. For example when she checked the doors, it kind of made me feel a little bit better about myself to know that Im not a lone and other people do deal with these things in everyday life. I liked the fact that we saw the struggles with Cath in even the smallest things and how she got around them and sometimes not at all.

My character breakdown starts...now.

Our main girl Cath. I think that she is such a relatable character. I dont think Ive read someone like her in any previous books. To begin with I didnt really know what to think of her. I honestly loved her innocence, and how protective she was towards her family (although sometimes I did want to tell her to step away). I loved her reaction to things and could see how things were brought to life. Honestly one of my favourite chapters was when she was reading to Levi to help him, I was just so happy and could feel myself grinning away like a fool! @Id give you the moon right [email protected]

Levi *Insert heart eyes here* Oh my. He was literally the most adorable character ever. He does everything, literally everything for anyone. I think for me he was one character that just made me smile so much, I would constantly be swooning and just awwing at my page. He just seems to care so much. SO MUCH. I loved the bar chapter when he was disgusted at how people were acting towards Cath and Wren he was like COME ON! @I choose you over [email protected]

How can I not mention Reagan? The sassy thing she is! I loved how she handled situations, I mean maybe the @[email protected] wasnt necessary, but once again its a coping mechanism for her! I liked that she was there for Cath, and tried to bring her out of her shell! I really liked the parts when theyd be together in the food bit deciding what each other did and etc.

Nicks a dick.

Wren. I dont really know where to start. I have conflicting thought on Wren. At first I didnt really like her, I really disliked the fact that she seemed to just move on from Cath, but I liked how everything ended up. I cant really say much more without spoilers.

What I liked?
- I liked that the girls grew up with a single Dad and things werent perfect for them. I liked that they all had their own issues and for me that was su much more relatable to know that not everything is perfect, and that sometimes life can be hard but you learn how to get past the tough times.
- Reagan and Caths friendship, I know its an odd one, but I think Reagan knew how to handle Cath and that pleased me so much.
- Cath stuck up for herself even when she was in realllllly uncomfortable situations!
- I adored Cath telling Nick no, I was like YOU GO!
- How relatable this was.

What I didnt like?
- The only reason this wasnt five stars was because I wanted something anything to happen at the end of the book. I kind of wanted to know what happened with the characters. You cant leave me this way!

@Its not the time, its the [email protected] - Levi

Overall Im so happy with this book, Im so sad that its over.

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I truly did not understand the point of this book. I feel like I wasted precious reading hours with this one. When I finished reading, I honestly couldn’t believe that was it. I thought maybe I missed some pages but nope, it was really done.

What I did NOT like about this:
- There was no sense of direction/point. This book could have ended like 100 pages before the book end and it would have not made any difference.

- This book felt like it was more about advertising the Simon Snow books/fanfiction than Cath and her world

- The Simon snow excerpts were too much and unnecessary.

- The book mentioned some stuff ((view spoiler)[ like Levi’s inability to retain what he reads, Cath’s mother, her father’s problem (which I guess was bi-polar) (hide spoiler)]) that I thought would play major roles to the storyline but nope. They were just mentioned for mentioning sake.

- Cath cries like every second. It became annoying

- I’m pretty sure the author has a body parts fetish. The amount of time Levi’s hair, mouth, chin and ears were mentioned was suspect.

- Levi being a smiler was charming at first but it just got creepy. This boy was ALWAYS smiling and if I met someone like that in real life, I would probably think he’s like a secret psychopath or something.

What I liked :
- Cath was somewhat relatable especially at the beginning. Being an introvert fangirl in a new environment and all.

- Creepy smile aside, I loved Levi. He was just so pure and good but not in a cliche way. The only pages I enjoyed were the pages he was in and I don’t think there were enough of that. (The 2 stars are for him)

I understand why people like this. Its a stress-free book which is needed from time to time but I found it too stress-free. I wanted more action.

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3.5

@Real life was something happening in her peripheral [email protected]


•One word to describe Fangirl? Easy: cute. Everything, in this book, is cute: plot, characters, writing, even the pace. The problem with cute is that its okay, more than okay, only, it doesnt stick. You feel all warm and squishy while youre reading, and its good, and you may feel a bit like that when you think about some moments of the story afterwards, and thats good too, but, beyond that? Little else.
Let me try to explain you why.

The supporting characters are not nearly as developed as they should be. Just to make an example: Reagan. What do we know about her, a part from the fact that shes cynical, just the right amount of bitchy, and slightly antisocial? Where does she come from? What about her family? Her desires? Her goals? This general lack of basic information bothered me more than I expected. Its like these characters only exist when they have something to do with our main character, Cath, as if she were a lamppost, and what is under her circle of light has a right to exist and what isnt doesnt. In my opinion, this perspective is but limiting and constrictive, and I feel that with a different take on the characters that book could have had a greater impact on the reader. We are not really told how Reagan dealt with (view spoiler)[Cath and Levi being together (hide spoiler)]. Were not really told about what exactly Arts problems are (more about this in the following paragraph). For goodness sake, were not even told some crucial things about the main character herself: what with Carry On? What with her Fiction Writing course? What with Simons canon series finale? These last questions dont have an answer, moreover, because the ending is inexplicably rushed. Like, why?

Mental illness who? But dont take me wrong, because the way mental illness is dealt with in this book is not offensive, nor outrageously romanticized nor anything else one would have the right to despise with all their might, so I guess there really is no serious problem. Here it simply feels so... bland. Which for someone may sometimes be worse than anything else, maybe. (Please notice my hesitation. I think this matter is very personal and very delicate, and I do not wish in any way to make assumptions.) I just didnt really get the point. In the story, its treated as a secondary issue, but the protagonists really feel -necessarily, too- strongly towards it and thinks she may fall into that trap too? Kind of?
I just think the author wanted to squeeze in the story as many serious issues as possible but ultimately couldnt really explore them originally and properly, so as to make them actually relevant and intense. Again, its okay, its cute, but nothing more than that.

•Cath is @slightly crazy and mildly socially [email protected], adorably so, but also, sometimes, her characterization feels excessively grotesque. Some of her behaviour border on the autistic, and personally I think that is she actually were autistic, it may as well just have been said so. So yes, even though her oddity and social awkwardness are the core of her character and what basically make her her, I think from time to time they appear to be exaggerated and overdone. Plus, I was itching to know to what her @[email protected] (for lack of a better term) to write outside of Simons world was due. It seemed like a serious obstacle that she had to overcome, and I was looking forward to know how Rowell would make Cath tackle it, but at the end of the day it was just ignored as if it didnt matter. Me disappointed.

•But dont be fooled by all this criticism of mine -you know Im always like that. In fact, I liked Fangirl so much that I devoured all of its 460 pages in one day, practically one sitting, and that must count for something. As I said, the book is extremely adorable, and the writing is so fluid and genuine, you cant help falling victim to its spell.

•Aaaaaand I want a Levi. Now. Dont you dare even think of him, because you cant have him. Mine. All mine.

Fangirl surely is a recommended novel. Its easy, fun, an explosion of cuteness and fluffiness, that sort of read. You just have to mind what you expect from it, so as not to be let down afterwards.
Lets spread the cuteness.

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