Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Rainbow Rowell, you have touched my soul again.
For me, this book is about many things.
This book is about a family of four who is four until it's three. The remaining three are left to put the family back together and figure out how to move on.
This book is about two sisters who are trying to find their place in the adult world. The world of college. Both reaching, learning, spiraling, in their own way. The girls may look alike but inside they are very different people who have to learn to navigate on their own.
This book is about new relationships. Throwing yourself into those relationships desperately only to have it break down (Wren). Proceeding cautiously, oh so cautiously, and having the other party understand and support you (Cath). The pairings in this book are perfect. The relationships are genuine, real, deep.
This book has touched my heart and left a fingerprint. This book has tapped on my soul and left a mark. I will always have a piece of this book imprinted on me. Thank you, Rainbow.
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