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 what does he do? The storyline blow me away. No eBook available Amazon. When Ashely meets Peter for winning she tells about taking Josie’s song, so Josie also gets to meet Peter.
This review has fwngirl hidden because it contains spoilers.
There is some random, context logical Twilight bashing in this book. I recommend this book to guys and girls because this book is told in the perspective of both main characters and it helps understand why girls do things and why guys do things. I wish I could take back the hours I spent reading this thing.
This is an easily decodable story dealing with issues that could appeal to preteen and teenaged girls, such as the need to express oneself, bullying, idolizing celebrities, and divorced families.
At first maybe it might be boring but definitely gets better! Jul 11, Kirsten rated it did not like it. 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. There romance gets worse form there. Might be paraphrasing, cos i’m not sure of the exact words.
Peter and Josie’s fairytale relationship starts as just freinds and might just become more. Peter is a superstar would wants a normal life. I came in with high expectations for this book, despite the average fangiirl stars it has on Goodreads.
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.
Fangirl by Ken Baker. Where exactly does that leave their relationship? I picked up this book because I thought it might be good. So, I walked off with my autogrpahed ARC. A girl can dream?
Fangirl by Ken Baker
Then Josie wins a hug from a song writing competition from whaz-his-face. I thought it was the cutest YA book I’ve read in a while!
When Josie’s best friend’s betrayal unexpectedly brings the two together, will they be able to create a melody that will conquer the flashbulbs, fame, and tabloid drama? I do not think they mean what you think they mean I also liked how the background characters played such a major part in what happens with Josie and Peter’s relationship. This book took all things that happen to a fangirl and wrote it down in a way that made you realize how crazy girls are over teenage boy singers; how girls will say just about anything fangiel get what they want; and how important family is.
This was surprisingly cute, once I got past the fact that actual hashtags were used in the narration.
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Ken Baker did an amazing job creating this story, and putting me it. The protagonists are Josie, a year-old California Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 29 13 1.
When I read the book I was like ‘whoa they have similarity’. The characters themselves are interesting. 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. So when Josie finds out her best friend has won a contest to bxker Peter by stealing one of Josie’s songs, Josie is overwhelmingly shocked and upset—some of which flies out the window when Ashley introduces Josie to Fangil as well.
But let’s face it, that’s a low bar. One of my major problems with the book is how rushed the ending was. Josie learned about this as she watched her friend hug their favorite celebrity.