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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So, I walked off with my autogrpahed ARC. Add to Your books. It was my fucking childhood waiting every year for the new book to come out, But Just because I like harry gaker doesn’t mean I can’t like Twilight.

FANGIRL by Ken Baker | Kirkus Reviews

I don’t like like when authors fzngirl other things. Peter is the hot rock star teenager dying to be normal and Josie is the normal teenager totally obsessed with Peter the rock star. I’m sorry, but I do not want to see hashtags or the word “totes” in my reading material. I felt like I was Josie the whole time I read this book. Some that I will always remember are, in order to be loved your fangurl has to broken first. Also, in general, character development wasn’t great.

I do a good job of choosing books, even ones I’ve never heard of, that I come to enjoy. Firstly, the bulk of the conflict happens in the last 20pp and is basically resolved in the last 2 or 3. But Josie’s fourteen, and Max is sixteen, and there is no way, even deep in my deeply optimistic heart, I can see that lasting. Girls, ages 11 to 15 Personal Baer Also, I tried this book because it popped up in my search for Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl I read her’s firstand maybe my expectations were too high because they coincidentally had the same title.


That was not the case in this situation. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Ashley admitted that the song was actually written bqker Josie, which prompted Peter to start up a conversation with Josie, resulting in his getting her twitter information.

But she also can “see” the person no one else can. Lists with This Book. Dec 17, Mary Kate rated it it was amazing. Become a LibraryThing Author. Feb 26, Rea Gaker rated it liked it.

Your point is conveyed just as well if you let us add the exclamation marks in our head.


Paperbackpages. There are some other threads throughout, but the changes all hinge on this experience of dating a pop star and it just kind of left me wondering where the faangirl was.

But beneath Josie’s facade lies a gifted songwriter whose passionate words flow like water. I loved the way the story was told from fanirl POV of both our main characters.

Then I started reading it.

It just so close to me as I am a fangirl for lots of things myself. Ken Baker is an exceptionally talented and gifted first-time author who I believe did a phenomenal job.


There was potential for a deeper story yes, there wasbut characters were just sort of I give this book my thumbs up for sure! To ask other readers questions about Fangirlplease sign up. The text-speak was painful.

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 who causes every girl within a foot radius to fanyirl at ear-shattering decibels. I would have liked to heard more able the side character.

Fangirl by Ken Baker

This is all despite the fact he’s just popped up every couple chapters And has a two line tantrum and how all they are is friends. I’d completely understand if she was talking but in her narration She returns home to an even more battered reputation, a furious mother, even her loyal friend Christopher refuses to talk to her.

She loves to write songs, hang out with her best friends Ashley and Christopher, and obsess over her favorite singer, Peter Maxx. I do not think they mean what you think they mean No current Talk conversations about this book.