this section. As they are still dancing, Cath receives a text message from Wren who is at Muggsy's Bar, saying that there is an emergency and she should come right away. She knew that he liked Cath but had never thought much of it because she had been unaware that Cath had reciprocated his feelings. He won the Gravioli account but is hating every second of it as his original ideas are being tweaked and pulled so that they are not recognizable. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Laura tells her that she would like to develop a relationship with Cath as well as with Wren but that it is the wrong time to do so. While Wren is making new friends and partying, Cath struggles to adjust due to her social anxiety. Wren comes over that evening to comfort her, but has always thought that the two are not really boyfriend a girlfriend in the traditional sense, because theirs is mostly a non-romantic internet-based relationship. You can help us out by revising, improving and updating She is happy, and happier still because she and Wren are back on speaking terms. The real version, by author Gemma T. Leslie, comes out the following spring, so Cath has slightly less than a school year to finish her own. She decides to hold an Emergency Dance Party for One, which involves cranking up a Kanye West cd very loudly and dancing herself better. Wren is resentful and petulant but has no option other than to agree. The one bright spot in her college timetable is her Fiction Writing class. Cath spends her entire Saturday in her room writing, until Reagan returns from watching the football game that evening. Cath finds out that Wren is going to spend part of the Thanksgiving celebrations with their mother. Cath does not understand why Wren is changing so much and misses the way that she was before college. Cath cannot understand how she had believed herself to be in love all this time when she wasn't. Fangirl includes a little bit of everything: romance, humour, drama and even fantasy, as little snippets of Cath's fan–fiction are shown. Levi has problems focussing on the written word and records all of his lectures to listen to later. Levi and Reagan return before Wren has left and Levi is very attracted to Wren, unlike Reagan who finds identical twins rather creepy. A reviewer for Tor.com calls it "true-to-geek-life" and notes that "Rowell understands something vital in her novel, and that is that fandom is so much more than escapism—it is, whether conscious or unconsciously—a way for folks to interact with their surroundings. Fangirl is Rowell's second published book, following Eleanor & Park. [2] A Kirkus starred review calls the novel "absolutely captivating. He tells her that when he kissed Cath, it meant something special and that he really likes her a great deal. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cath telephones Wren to talk about Nick, and her class, and Wren is drunk, and possibly high. It will be published by Viz Media. The hospital staff had scrolled through Wren's cellphone and found her number, telling Laura that they always call the mother in this situation. In October 2019, Rowell published the sequel of the novel, Wayward Son. Now that her Simon Snow fiction writing is over, Cath is able to move forward with real-life romance and relationships, leaving the fictional world behind. The book presents Cath as a freshman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, along with her more outgoing identical twin sister, Wren. These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Arriving at Pound Hall, her new home for the semester, she finds that she will be sharing room 2B with an abrupt, dismissive room-mate called Reagan, although Cath actually meets her room-mate's boyfriend, Levi, before she meets Reagan herself. The audiobook for The Outsiders was not available, and wanting to help, Cath begins to read the book aloud to him. Most of Cath's free time is spent writing fan fiction. The day before Thanksgiving, Cath and Wren's father picks them up to drive them home for the hoiday. The fan fiction follows the fictional Simon Snow series. Taking an "if you can't beat them, join them" attitude, Cath decides to devote the weekend to her writing projects too, and they spend both Saturday and Sunday working together. Cath (short for Cather) is a freshman at college, and none to happy about it. Cather "Cath" Avery is the shy, bookish protagonist of this novel of fandom and coming of age. Unsurprisingly Cath gets an A for the paper. GradeSaver, 19 August 2016 Web. The story follows Simon Snow and his rival, Baz Pitch, over the course of their final year of magical schooling. Normally reserved for upperclassmen, Cath has been awarded a place on it and is determined to shine.

Due to Levi discovering Cath's hoard of protein bars, Reagan is convinced she has an eating disorder and tackles her about it. However, the following day she tells a contrite Cath that she and Levi were actually just friends, that they had dated during high school, but that it hadn't worked out, largely because she kept cheating on him. Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her roommate Reagan and Reagan's friend Levi decide to help. will review the submission and either publish your submission or provide feedback. He invites Cath to a party at his house but she is reluctant to attend. Cath's better known online as Magicath, the author of Carry On, Simon, the most popular fan version of the eighth Simon Snow book. Nick asks Cath to be his writing partner for their next assignment, writing by trading paragraphs to create the story, and making themselves more aware of plot and voice. Unfortunately, Professor Piper loathes fan fiction. Cath decides to use one of her fan fiction pieces. Cath says that she doesn't want the credit, but it is not a negotiable thing, and if she doesn't agree to have her name on the essay too, it cannot be published. After you claim a section you’ll have 24 hours to send in a draft. Wren distances herself from her sister and throws herself into college life. She demands that Cath leaves the confines of their room and takes her bowling with Levi. Fangirl book. This is her first real conversation with Reagan, and she admits that she believes Reagan doesn't like her. She is shocked to hear that Cath has a boyfriend and even more shocked to have her sister held up as the example of well-spent college years. He has met someone at the University of Missouri, and is breaking up with Cath. Perry, Jody. A bar customer nearby begins to make sleazy remarks about twins, and his fantasies about them, which Levi takes issue with and manages to convince Wren's boyfriend, Jandro, to take exception too, successfully enough to make Jandro hit the obnoxious bar goer.

Their story gets an A, and when they read it aloud in class they read each other's paragraphs, making it even more entertaining for the class. This eventually turns into the entire Thanksgiving day celebration as she is tired and ends up spending the night with their mother and her new family, upsetting Cath even more. Cath tells her that this is the only chance she will get, but true to form Laura leaves without taking it. He doesn't want her to quit mid-year, and she is persuaded to return, finding that she received an "incomplete" for her writing class. Cath's father likes her new boyfriend and is happy to see that she is at last finding her place in the world whilst at school. She is angry, and angered more when Abel tells her his new girlfriend has a higher SAT score than Cath achieved. It'll be a 4 volume set. Would you like us to add this title to our collection? Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Levi comes to apologize to Cath for the kiss that she witnessed at his party. [5], "Finding Your Real Life OTP: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell", "Tumblr chooses Rainbow Rowell's 'Fangirl' as first official book club selection", https://www.viz.com/read/manga/fangirl-volume-1/product/6343, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fangirl_(novel)&oldid=983938921, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 04:53. Cath and her sister reunite in the hospital after Wren gets alcohol poisoning. Fearing even the simplest of new things, Cath eats protein bars alone in her room rather than find out where the dining hall is. The novel tells the story of the aftermath of what happened in Carry On. He wants to drive her home and meet her father; she is unsure, but convinced, but the weather is treacherous and it soon becomes clear that the trip was a terrible idea. The Fangirl Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by community members like you. Shamefaced, Cath tells her that she does not have an eating disorder, but does, however, have a fear of new situations, and does not know where the dining hall is, which is why she eats protein bars in her room. Unimpressed with Wren's defense, "everybody drinks", he initially tells her that she is moving home, no argument, no school. Levi offers to drive her and get her into the bar, but Wren is irate that they have come, saying that she texted the wrong "C" and that the text was actually meant for Courtney, the emergency call being that a young man she likes has just walked in and she should get there immediately. In October 2015, Rowell published the novel Carry On as a standalone fantasy story of the same name of Cath's fan fiction in Fangirl. Still having problems with her final essay, she does, however, manage to finish her fan fiction finale before the last Simon Snow book is released.

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this section. As they are still dancing, Cath receives a text message from Wren who is at Muggsy's Bar, saying that there is an emergency and she should come right away. She knew that he liked Cath but had never thought much of it because she had been unaware that Cath had reciprocated his feelings. He won the Gravioli account but is hating every second of it as his original ideas are being tweaked and pulled so that they are not recognizable. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Laura tells her that she would like to develop a relationship with Cath as well as with Wren but that it is the wrong time to do so. While Wren is making new friends and partying, Cath struggles to adjust due to her social anxiety. Wren comes over that evening to comfort her, but has always thought that the two are not really boyfriend a girlfriend in the traditional sense, because theirs is mostly a non-romantic internet-based relationship. You can help us out by revising, improving and updating She is happy, and happier still because she and Wren are back on speaking terms. The real version, by author Gemma T. Leslie, comes out the following spring, so Cath has slightly less than a school year to finish her own. She decides to hold an Emergency Dance Party for One, which involves cranking up a Kanye West cd very loudly and dancing herself better. Wren is resentful and petulant but has no option other than to agree. The one bright spot in her college timetable is her Fiction Writing class. Cath spends her entire Saturday in her room writing, until Reagan returns from watching the football game that evening. Cath finds out that Wren is going to spend part of the Thanksgiving celebrations with their mother. Cath does not understand why Wren is changing so much and misses the way that she was before college. Cath cannot understand how she had believed herself to be in love all this time when she wasn't. Fangirl includes a little bit of everything: romance, humour, drama and even fantasy, as little snippets of Cath's fan–fiction are shown. Levi has problems focussing on the written word and records all of his lectures to listen to later. Levi and Reagan return before Wren has left and Levi is very attracted to Wren, unlike Reagan who finds identical twins rather creepy. A reviewer for Tor.com calls it "true-to-geek-life" and notes that "Rowell understands something vital in her novel, and that is that fandom is so much more than escapism—it is, whether conscious or unconsciously—a way for folks to interact with their surroundings. Fangirl is Rowell's second published book, following Eleanor & Park. [2] A Kirkus starred review calls the novel "absolutely captivating. He tells her that when he kissed Cath, it meant something special and that he really likes her a great deal. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cath telephones Wren to talk about Nick, and her class, and Wren is drunk, and possibly high. It will be published by Viz Media. The hospital staff had scrolled through Wren's cellphone and found her number, telling Laura that they always call the mother in this situation. In October 2019, Rowell published the sequel of the novel, Wayward Son. Now that her Simon Snow fiction writing is over, Cath is able to move forward with real-life romance and relationships, leaving the fictional world behind. The book presents Cath as a freshman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, along with her more outgoing identical twin sister, Wren. These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Arriving at Pound Hall, her new home for the semester, she finds that she will be sharing room 2B with an abrupt, dismissive room-mate called Reagan, although Cath actually meets her room-mate's boyfriend, Levi, before she meets Reagan herself. The audiobook for The Outsiders was not available, and wanting to help, Cath begins to read the book aloud to him. Most of Cath's free time is spent writing fan fiction. The day before Thanksgiving, Cath and Wren's father picks them up to drive them home for the hoiday. The fan fiction follows the fictional Simon Snow series. Taking an "if you can't beat them, join them" attitude, Cath decides to devote the weekend to her writing projects too, and they spend both Saturday and Sunday working together. Cath (short for Cather) is a freshman at college, and none to happy about it. Cather "Cath" Avery is the shy, bookish protagonist of this novel of fandom and coming of age. Unsurprisingly Cath gets an A for the paper. GradeSaver, 19 August 2016 Web. The story follows Simon Snow and his rival, Baz Pitch, over the course of their final year of magical schooling. Normally reserved for upperclassmen, Cath has been awarded a place on it and is determined to shine.

Due to Levi discovering Cath's hoard of protein bars, Reagan is convinced she has an eating disorder and tackles her about it. However, the following day she tells a contrite Cath that she and Levi were actually just friends, that they had dated during high school, but that it hadn't worked out, largely because she kept cheating on him. Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her roommate Reagan and Reagan's friend Levi decide to help. will review the submission and either publish your submission or provide feedback. He invites Cath to a party at his house but she is reluctant to attend. Cath's better known online as Magicath, the author of Carry On, Simon, the most popular fan version of the eighth Simon Snow book. Nick asks Cath to be his writing partner for their next assignment, writing by trading paragraphs to create the story, and making themselves more aware of plot and voice. Unfortunately, Professor Piper loathes fan fiction. Cath decides to use one of her fan fiction pieces. Cath says that she doesn't want the credit, but it is not a negotiable thing, and if she doesn't agree to have her name on the essay too, it cannot be published. After you claim a section you’ll have 24 hours to send in a draft. Wren distances herself from her sister and throws herself into college life. She demands that Cath leaves the confines of their room and takes her bowling with Levi. Fangirl book. This is her first real conversation with Reagan, and she admits that she believes Reagan doesn't like her. She is shocked to hear that Cath has a boyfriend and even more shocked to have her sister held up as the example of well-spent college years. He has met someone at the University of Missouri, and is breaking up with Cath. Perry, Jody. A bar customer nearby begins to make sleazy remarks about twins, and his fantasies about them, which Levi takes issue with and manages to convince Wren's boyfriend, Jandro, to take exception too, successfully enough to make Jandro hit the obnoxious bar goer.

Their story gets an A, and when they read it aloud in class they read each other's paragraphs, making it even more entertaining for the class. This eventually turns into the entire Thanksgiving day celebration as she is tired and ends up spending the night with their mother and her new family, upsetting Cath even more. Cath tells her that this is the only chance she will get, but true to form Laura leaves without taking it. He doesn't want her to quit mid-year, and she is persuaded to return, finding that she received an "incomplete" for her writing class. Cath's father likes her new boyfriend and is happy to see that she is at last finding her place in the world whilst at school. She is angry, and angered more when Abel tells her his new girlfriend has a higher SAT score than Cath achieved. It'll be a 4 volume set. Would you like us to add this title to our collection? Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Levi comes to apologize to Cath for the kiss that she witnessed at his party. [5], "Finding Your Real Life OTP: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell", "Tumblr chooses Rainbow Rowell's 'Fangirl' as first official book club selection", https://www.viz.com/read/manga/fangirl-volume-1/product/6343, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fangirl_(novel)&oldid=983938921, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 04:53. Cath and her sister reunite in the hospital after Wren gets alcohol poisoning. Fearing even the simplest of new things, Cath eats protein bars alone in her room rather than find out where the dining hall is. The novel tells the story of the aftermath of what happened in Carry On. He wants to drive her home and meet her father; she is unsure, but convinced, but the weather is treacherous and it soon becomes clear that the trip was a terrible idea. The Fangirl Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by community members like you. Shamefaced, Cath tells her that she does not have an eating disorder, but does, however, have a fear of new situations, and does not know where the dining hall is, which is why she eats protein bars in her room. Unimpressed with Wren's defense, "everybody drinks", he initially tells her that she is moving home, no argument, no school. Levi offers to drive her and get her into the bar, but Wren is irate that they have come, saying that she texted the wrong "C" and that the text was actually meant for Courtney, the emergency call being that a young man she likes has just walked in and she should get there immediately. In October 2015, Rowell published the novel Carry On as a standalone fantasy story of the same name of Cath's fan fiction in Fangirl. Still having problems with her final essay, she does, however, manage to finish her fan fiction finale before the last Simon Snow book is released.

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against Cath. Wren is clearly drunk but refuses to leave with them. He is intrigued and persuades her to read some to him. Cath can barely stand to be near her and desperately wants her to leave. They read more fan fiction and he admits that he is falling in love with her. They get closer and closer on the bed until they are kissing each other, before settling down to finish the remainder of the book. Professor Piper has insisted that he must share credit with Cath in order for it to be published. Although her real life romantic woes are piling up, Cath enjoys writing a love story with Nick, fixing and correcting his dialogue so that it sounds more legitimately feminine, and removing some of his more cliched love story elements. He asks about the writing exercise they had to do that week, writing about life from the perspective of an inanimate object. His name is Nick, and she finds him interesting, and not unattractive. Wren can't understand how Cath can write so beautiful and eloquently about how true love feels without being able to recognize the feeling in herself when it is there - or in the case of her and Abel, not there. An editor "Fangirl Summary".

this section. As they are still dancing, Cath receives a text message from Wren who is at Muggsy's Bar, saying that there is an emergency and she should come right away. She knew that he liked Cath but had never thought much of it because she had been unaware that Cath had reciprocated his feelings. He won the Gravioli account but is hating every second of it as his original ideas are being tweaked and pulled so that they are not recognizable. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Laura tells her that she would like to develop a relationship with Cath as well as with Wren but that it is the wrong time to do so. While Wren is making new friends and partying, Cath struggles to adjust due to her social anxiety. Wren comes over that evening to comfort her, but has always thought that the two are not really boyfriend a girlfriend in the traditional sense, because theirs is mostly a non-romantic internet-based relationship. You can help us out by revising, improving and updating She is happy, and happier still because she and Wren are back on speaking terms. The real version, by author Gemma T. Leslie, comes out the following spring, so Cath has slightly less than a school year to finish her own. She decides to hold an Emergency Dance Party for One, which involves cranking up a Kanye West cd very loudly and dancing herself better. Wren is resentful and petulant but has no option other than to agree. The one bright spot in her college timetable is her Fiction Writing class. Cath spends her entire Saturday in her room writing, until Reagan returns from watching the football game that evening. Cath finds out that Wren is going to spend part of the Thanksgiving celebrations with their mother. Cath does not understand why Wren is changing so much and misses the way that she was before college. Cath cannot understand how she had believed herself to be in love all this time when she wasn't. Fangirl includes a little bit of everything: romance, humour, drama and even fantasy, as little snippets of Cath's fan–fiction are shown. Levi has problems focussing on the written word and records all of his lectures to listen to later. Levi and Reagan return before Wren has left and Levi is very attracted to Wren, unlike Reagan who finds identical twins rather creepy. A reviewer for Tor.com calls it "true-to-geek-life" and notes that "Rowell understands something vital in her novel, and that is that fandom is so much more than escapism—it is, whether conscious or unconsciously—a way for folks to interact with their surroundings. Fangirl is Rowell's second published book, following Eleanor & Park. [2] A Kirkus starred review calls the novel "absolutely captivating. He tells her that when he kissed Cath, it meant something special and that he really likes her a great deal. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cath telephones Wren to talk about Nick, and her class, and Wren is drunk, and possibly high. It will be published by Viz Media. The hospital staff had scrolled through Wren's cellphone and found her number, telling Laura that they always call the mother in this situation. In October 2019, Rowell published the sequel of the novel, Wayward Son. Now that her Simon Snow fiction writing is over, Cath is able to move forward with real-life romance and relationships, leaving the fictional world behind. The book presents Cath as a freshman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, along with her more outgoing identical twin sister, Wren. These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Arriving at Pound Hall, her new home for the semester, she finds that she will be sharing room 2B with an abrupt, dismissive room-mate called Reagan, although Cath actually meets her room-mate's boyfriend, Levi, before she meets Reagan herself. The audiobook for The Outsiders was not available, and wanting to help, Cath begins to read the book aloud to him. Most of Cath's free time is spent writing fan fiction. The day before Thanksgiving, Cath and Wren's father picks them up to drive them home for the hoiday. The fan fiction follows the fictional Simon Snow series. Taking an "if you can't beat them, join them" attitude, Cath decides to devote the weekend to her writing projects too, and they spend both Saturday and Sunday working together. Cath (short for Cather) is a freshman at college, and none to happy about it. Cather "Cath" Avery is the shy, bookish protagonist of this novel of fandom and coming of age. Unsurprisingly Cath gets an A for the paper. GradeSaver, 19 August 2016 Web. The story follows Simon Snow and his rival, Baz Pitch, over the course of their final year of magical schooling. Normally reserved for upperclassmen, Cath has been awarded a place on it and is determined to shine.

Due to Levi discovering Cath's hoard of protein bars, Reagan is convinced she has an eating disorder and tackles her about it. However, the following day she tells a contrite Cath that she and Levi were actually just friends, that they had dated during high school, but that it hadn't worked out, largely because she kept cheating on him. Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her roommate Reagan and Reagan's friend Levi decide to help. will review the submission and either publish your submission or provide feedback. He invites Cath to a party at his house but she is reluctant to attend. Cath's better known online as Magicath, the author of Carry On, Simon, the most popular fan version of the eighth Simon Snow book. Nick asks Cath to be his writing partner for their next assignment, writing by trading paragraphs to create the story, and making themselves more aware of plot and voice. Unfortunately, Professor Piper loathes fan fiction. Cath decides to use one of her fan fiction pieces. Cath says that she doesn't want the credit, but it is not a negotiable thing, and if she doesn't agree to have her name on the essay too, it cannot be published. After you claim a section you’ll have 24 hours to send in a draft. Wren distances herself from her sister and throws herself into college life. She demands that Cath leaves the confines of their room and takes her bowling with Levi. Fangirl book. This is her first real conversation with Reagan, and she admits that she believes Reagan doesn't like her. She is shocked to hear that Cath has a boyfriend and even more shocked to have her sister held up as the example of well-spent college years. He has met someone at the University of Missouri, and is breaking up with Cath. Perry, Jody. A bar customer nearby begins to make sleazy remarks about twins, and his fantasies about them, which Levi takes issue with and manages to convince Wren's boyfriend, Jandro, to take exception too, successfully enough to make Jandro hit the obnoxious bar goer.

Their story gets an A, and when they read it aloud in class they read each other's paragraphs, making it even more entertaining for the class. This eventually turns into the entire Thanksgiving day celebration as she is tired and ends up spending the night with their mother and her new family, upsetting Cath even more. Cath tells her that this is the only chance she will get, but true to form Laura leaves without taking it. He doesn't want her to quit mid-year, and she is persuaded to return, finding that she received an "incomplete" for her writing class. Cath's father likes her new boyfriend and is happy to see that she is at last finding her place in the world whilst at school. She is angry, and angered more when Abel tells her his new girlfriend has a higher SAT score than Cath achieved. It'll be a 4 volume set. Would you like us to add this title to our collection? Cath and her much more extraverted identical twin sister Wren are students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Read 51,122 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Levi comes to apologize to Cath for the kiss that she witnessed at his party. [5], "Finding Your Real Life OTP: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell", "Tumblr chooses Rainbow Rowell's 'Fangirl' as first official book club selection", https://www.viz.com/read/manga/fangirl-volume-1/product/6343, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fangirl_(novel)&oldid=983938921, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 04:53. Cath and her sister reunite in the hospital after Wren gets alcohol poisoning. Fearing even the simplest of new things, Cath eats protein bars alone in her room rather than find out where the dining hall is. The novel tells the story of the aftermath of what happened in Carry On. He wants to drive her home and meet her father; she is unsure, but convinced, but the weather is treacherous and it soon becomes clear that the trip was a terrible idea. The Fangirl Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by community members like you. Shamefaced, Cath tells her that she does not have an eating disorder, but does, however, have a fear of new situations, and does not know where the dining hall is, which is why she eats protein bars in her room. Unimpressed with Wren's defense, "everybody drinks", he initially tells her that she is moving home, no argument, no school. Levi offers to drive her and get her into the bar, but Wren is irate that they have come, saying that she texted the wrong "C" and that the text was actually meant for Courtney, the emergency call being that a young man she likes has just walked in and she should get there immediately. In October 2015, Rowell published the novel Carry On as a standalone fantasy story of the same name of Cath's fan fiction in Fangirl. Still having problems with her final essay, she does, however, manage to finish her fan fiction finale before the last Simon Snow book is released.

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