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  1. So I finished reading a novel called fangirl. it was a nice novel about a girl's experience ''Cath" who is a twin in college and the difficulties she has to conquer. I thought the story was will-written . I definitely give it a 4 out of 5 stars. I thought it was real and could be related to. I also think that how the main character 'Cath' was introduced to the characters was sometimes sudden but real-like and smooth. When I was in college I wasn't as anti-social as Cath was but I wasn't much of a writer wither let alone a famous one, which is what Cath does, write fanfiction. I like the character of Levi the most, because he resembles the sunshine and warm embraces, always making an effort to be friendly. but I didn't really liked how it ends, it was like it was missing something more, another obstacle, or a new resolution made by the heroine of the story. What do you think about this novel? was it good or not? Who did you like the most? and you can share a favorite quote as well.
  2. Autobiographies and Biographies

    Three cups of tea : It's a book about the mission of a man to help build schools for children in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Tusedays with Morrie, It's about Morrie a college teatcher who then becomes ill with a chronic disease and start to count his days and become more inspirational.
  3. 13 Reasons Why

    I haven't read the book but I've watched the series, and the series contain scenes of sexual intercourse and suicide so it may not be suitable to watch the series. Sorry if this is a really late reply.
  4. John Green books

    So I'm currently re reading Looking for Alaska and I'm getting a little bit bored by it, which is funny because the first time I read it I really like it, and I thought it has some depth to it. I've read paper towns a long time ago and I only remember the fact that the main character was searching for her self or purpose. I read an abundance of Katherines where the main character decides to create a theory, it was very much nerd/smart type of story, and actually all of the characters that John Green writes are a little nerdy and obtain some knowledge or special feature. And lastly the fault in our stars. I thought it was a good story and actually cried at the moment of the eulogy they did for the main characters.