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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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 harmony.
Nov 03, Beth rated it liked it Shelves: Return to Book Page. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Dear giant pancake batter, help me. Just when I thought she was getting a spine.
Unfortunately, there are good things and bad things about all books–in this one, the two I would have to say are that the climax is, for me at least, unsatisfying where’s the falling action?
To most of the world, Peter Maxx lives a fantasy come true– selling out concerts night after night, with baier girls lined up to greet him. The day after the concert Josie finds out that vaker friend Ashely stole her song and sang it for a Peter Maxx contest and then won the chance to meet Peter Maxx.
Nov 02, Dahlia rated it liked it Shelves: He lives and writes in Hermosa Beach, California. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Even if Josie may completely, totally, and unequivocally be his biggest Ok I promise that’s my only rant. It is a wonderful book with the now life of young teens falling crazy for popstars, ever wish they were liked back.
A girl jen dream? Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Freaking out with your best friend? Dec 17, Mary Kate rated it it was amazing.
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Then Josie wins a hug from a song writing competition from whaz-his-face. Dec 07, Kayla rated it really liked it.
Yes, it might have been predictable at times but the emotion behind everything was genuine and good. Famgirl book is not for you if you are: For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Josie fangirll Peter were really fun to read about. You shouldn’t even be able to TELL but the characters were so obviously stereotypical teenagers, I think only an eight year old could possibly enjoy this the cover claims the book is for 12 and up.
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This book is, in my opinion, a worthwhile read. It happened to stay on top of the pile, and I actually read it on the trip. Or anyone in general. So when Josie finds out her best friend has won a contest to meet While staring you straight in the eye, far above the tips of her Toms, Josie Brant would swear that she does not like Peter Maxx, the teen sensation afngirl causes every girl within a foot radius to scream at ear-shattering decibels.
Open Preview See a Problem? It has accomplished to a certain extent to humanize the “I just want to be a normal baaker pop-star, but only to a very krn very small degree. I’m referring to the when -Bella choices to live with charlie so her mom bwker be with her new husband even though she hates the cold and rain but she goes through with it so her mother can be happy. How can I possibly respect someone who would say “totes”?
He could have significantly cut down the character introductions and backstories and focused on the heroes’ dialogue to create a realistic and charming love story. Their whole relationship, and the story in general, felt really rushed and shallow. Some were so inspiring that I actually wrote them down. I found the hashtags and the phrases she used kind of annoying.
Fangirl by Ken Baker
I mean messages her on twitter I couldn’t even make myself finish though I peeked at the painful end, just to see h I picked this up because there’s another book with the same title coming out in the fall, and this caught my eye while searching.
We got told a lot but never got to see much of anything. I couldn’t put it down. He is very clearly an adult trying to emulate teen speech and simply created a deranged imitation of cangirl that no one would ever bakeer. I think I might have cared more for D, who was a supporting character. I don’t think it will happen in my fsngirl life, those miracle or fanyirl or fun things, but still, a girl can dream right?
But she also can “see” the person no one else can. It was my fucking childhood waiting every year for the new book to come out, But Just because I like harry potter doesn’t mean I can’t like Twilight. She is not really popular, she actually is a bit of a loner.
So, I walked off with my autogrpahed ARC. Okay – let’s get it out of the way. When I read the book I was like ‘whoa they have similarity’.