In what could have been an escapist fantasy romp, E! Entertainment Television chief news correspondent Baker delivers a tepid Hollywood. The Paperback of the Fangirl by Ken Baker at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Review of Fangirl by Ken Baker, a book about a girl who catches the attention of her teen idol with the songs she writes.

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To sum up fnagirl rant: Mostly harmless bubblegum fluff, which, given the subject matter, I suppose I should’ ve expected. Your point is conveyed just as well if you let us add the exclamation marks in our head.

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Return to Book Page. Nov 12, Sin Tien Tan rated it did not like it Shelves: Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Best quote from the entire book? Josie and Peter were really fun to read about. This whole book was a mess! Josie is an average fourteen year old high school student from Bakersfield.


What can I say, this was a total impulse buy. Fangirk and Josie’s fairytale relationship starts as just freinds and might just become more. This book was just a bit too much of a stretch for bakrr to truly enjoy it. She is too one-dimensional and stereotypical as the main character.

I do a good job of choosing books, even ones I’ve never heard of, that I come to enjoy. Although I think this easy read would be much better as a movie and have spent hours making fun of it with friends, it’s worth a chance to read.

Also, while I understand the use of text speak here, it still drove me nuts. When he meets Josie at a school appearance he is intrigued by her baier is determined to get to know her in hopes of finding a connection and some normalcy. Then Josie wins a hug from a song writing competition from whaz-his-face. Kfn blows me away that he was able to do that, while the book was written in third person.

There is a fairytale celebrity relationship, but also there was this finding who you are bit to it also. This book is not for you if you are: In addition to its being easy to decode, it also deals with emerging sexuality without sex, which keeps it more appropriate for the target audience.



And the book basically ends with a call. Anyway, Josie goes to a concert in the start, priding herself on being sensible unlike everyone else, who’s like this: Book ratings by Goodreads.

And suddenly, in a whirlwind of Tweets, IMs, texts, and phone calls, Josie finds herself in the middle of a flirtatious friendship that has the potential for complete ien. The second I’m slightly confused. At some point I also thought that Josie was naive for running after a celebrity.

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Even if Josie may completely, totally, and unequivocally be his biggest fan. Dec 17, Mary Kate rated it it was amazing. On the subject f her friends, what was that thing with her “BBFF” supposed to be, anyway?

It also switched characters each chapter.

A normal girl in CA is a fan of a Justin Bieber-ish star. That’s just what Peter needs.