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The nurses ignored them. Laura flipped through a magazine. When a doctor walked outto the waiting room, they both stood up. Her oxygen isgood. I think this is just going to be a scare. The doctor looked over at Cath. She could almost hear him think twins.
Cath went back to her chair to wait.
After aminute, she walked back to her chair and picked up her Coach bag, tucking a usedKleenex into a pocket and nervously smoothing out the leather straps. It was a fluke that they called me. It came out aflame. Not Wren, she thought. Laura wrenched her handbag straps higher. What sort of a motherleaves? Her fists were even tighter. Wishing for more words, or better ones. She was the Cool One. Shoulders back, hips swaying.
What is left of me? Simon wondered. A ghost? A hole? An echo? An angry little boy with nervous hands?
Cath drank her bottled water. She wipedher face in her shirt. She thought about how much nicer this waiting room was than theone at St. She tried to mess with her phone, but it was dead. When the nurse came out, Cath stood up. Do you want to wait for your mom? It was dark, and her eyes were closed. Wren looked pale. She had adark spot, maybe a bruise, on her cheek. Her hair was longer than it had been atChristmas, hanging over her eyes and curling at her neck.
Cath pushed it back. Soothing for Cath, anyway. There was an IV in her arm and something taped to her index finger. Upclose, she smelled like puke. Cath folded her arms on the edge of the mattress and laid her head down, exhaling. Now that she was with Wren and Wren was okay, Cath realized how exhausted she was. She shoved her glasses into her coat pocket and laid her head back down. Cath liftedher head. Wren was crying. Her eyes were closed, and tears were running down into herhair.
Cath could almost feel the tickle. Cath kicked off her boots and climbed up over the railing, lying down in the space Wrenhad cleared for her.
It was sticky. Cath sat up carefully. His tie, orange withwhite starbursts, was stuffed into and hanging out of his pocket.
Presentation clothes,Cath thought.
She checked his eyes out of habit. They were tired and shining, but clear. His arm came up, warm, around her. Cath feltWren take her hand. Real home.
Then Cath helped her wash her face and change into herclothes—jeans and a tank top. Wren just shrugged. Cath took off her cardiganand handed it to her. Wren said no. Their dad just frowned. He yawned. Fat chance, Caththought. The doors opened, and Wren made a sobby little gasping noise. For a second Caththought maybe Laura was still there. Or maybe Wren was trying to throw up again. There was a guy sitting in the waiting room with his head in his hands. He took her in his arms and pushed his face down into her pukey hair.
The guy who threw punches.
Only immediate family. He had to call the airline. It was like looking at nobody at all.
And then it was like looking at the person you expected to see comforting you when youwoke up from a nightmare. And that had always been true. And she could see her mom, in perfect focus, sitting on the otherside of their dining room table. She was laughing at something that Wren had said—soWren kept saying it, and their mom kept laughing. She laughed through her nose. Herhair was dark, and she tucked Sharpies into her ponytail, and she could draw anything.
A seahorse. A unicorn. And when she was irritated, she snapped at them. Snapped her fingers. Snap, snap, snap, while she was talking on the phone.
Sterneyebrows, bared teeth.
She wasat the zoo, helping Wren chase a peacock. She was rolling out dough for gingerbreadcookies.
She was on the phone, snapping. She was in the bedroom, yelling. Because it was the stupidest thing she could think to say. Cath took out her phone and texted Levi. Laura got out her phone, too. Why was Cath calling her that? That she was textingsomeone right now.
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That she was flaunting her new life. When she felt the tears coming on,she told herself that they were for Wren, and surely some of them were.
They waited. And waited. But not together. Laura got up to use the bathroom once. She walked like Wren, hips swaying, flicking herhair away from her face.
While Laura was gone, Cath tried to call her dad again. Laura brought back a bottle of water and set it on the table next to Cath. The nurses ignored them. Laura flipped through a magazine. When a doctor walked outto the waiting room, they both stood up. Her oxygen isgood. I think this is just going to be a scare. The doctor looked over at Cath. She could almost hear him think twins. Cath went back to her chair to wait. After aminute, she walked back to her chair and picked up her Coach bag, tucking a usedKleenex into a pocket and nervously smoothing out the leather straps.
It was a fluke that they called me. It came out aflame. Not Wren, she thought. Laura wrenched her handbag straps higher. What sort of a motherleaves?
Her fists were even tighter. Wishing for more words, or better ones. She was the Cool One. Shoulders back, hips swaying. What is left of me? Simon wondered. A ghost? A hole? An echo? An angry little boy with nervous hands? Cath drank her bottled water. She wipedher face in her shirt. She thought about how much nicer this waiting room was than theone at St. She tried to mess with her phone, but it was dead. When the nurse came out, Cath stood up.
Do you want to wait for your mom? It was dark, and her eyes were closed. Wren looked pale. Anna and the French Kiss. Stephanie Perkins. Carry On Simon Snow Series. Read more. Product details Hardcover: English ISBN Start reading Fangirl: A Novel on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Young Adult Books. Book Series. Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I listened to the audiobook version of this book, and the minute I was finished listening to it the first time, I wanted to listen to it again.
I didn't because I have several other audiobooks in my library to listen to, but I really wanted to because it was that good. So Cath is basically me No really. My name is Katherine which her's would have been if she wasn't a twin although spelled differently , and the college she's attending sounds a lot like the college I attended although I went to a private school not a major state university. She is more of a city girl than I am, but that was really a very small facet of her personality as it pertains to the story.
What I'm saying is that I really related to Cath and it took pretty much zero effort to step into her shoes, and that might be part of why I wanted to listen to the story again immediately, because the ending of her story was more what I'd wanted for my life at her age, but I didn't get there.
As far as the audiobook goes, I felt the narrator was perfect for Cath's voice. The accent was neutral to my ears as it should be for a midwestern girl , and while the opposite gender voices weren't spectacular, they also didn't seem like caricatures. The Simon Snow and fanfic sections of the book were narrated by a man with a British accent and it worked well to set those segments apart from the main story. I would definitely recommend this as an audiobook if you enjoy them.
Overall I give Fangirl 5 out of 5 stars. Hardcover Verified Purchase.
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Twin sisters, Cath and Wren, have been inseparable until their freshman year of college when Wren decides she wants to go out on her own. Cath is not only left without her sister, but also her best friend as she embarks on this new journey. She ends up hiding from the world only attending classes because she has to and we discover her obsession with Simon and Baz which just so happens to be the Harry Potter series!
We watch as she comes out of her shell, learns to stand up for herself, creates friendships, and even falls in love. The whole book was perfection. It was not only super cute, but it felt so REAL. It was easy to connect with Cath, to feel what she was going through, and to completely understand all the crazy emotions that come up especially having gone through it. I loved all the characters and the snippets from the Simon Snow series as well as the Fanfixx.
I will definitely be rereading this again and again!! Amy Slager Top Contributor: The first half of the book was a fun take on the life of an introvert geek. I felt it was right up my alley and so easy to read. I did find that the second half dragged more than the first, but was still entertaining overall. My biggest problem with the book is centered around the relations between Cath and her new boyfriend. Cath has a lot of insecurities and anxieties which could have been addressed a bit more, I think ie.I am impressed by the world imagined by the author: there are more than a teen story entering college and to face new challenges.
I love all their quirks, insecurities, and that they are perfectly imperfect. An immensely satisfying coming-of-age novel, Fangirl deftly captures the experience of discovering your true voice and clumsy, vulnerable, remarkable, first love.
Cath glanced over at Wren. His arm came up, warm, around her. A ghost? A unicorn.