"What you are is a fucking tragedy, Simon Snow. You literally couldn't be a bigger mess." ~ Baz
I admit I was a bit skeptical about #CarryOn because I mostly skimmed the Simon Snow parts in Fangirl but this book surprised me in the best way possible. I fell for Simon & Baz so hard, and I just couldn't stop reading. ?????
I'm so happy #WaywardSon is coming out soon - I need more #Snowbaz! ?
#RainbowRowell #pridemonthreads #yafantasy
I bought a paperback copy of #CarryOn just for the purpose of highlighting and adding my own notes. This is the first time I've EVER done such a thing... I feel so bad that I have to buy another paperback so that copy can remain pristine!
I cant wait for #WaywardSon
#MarchIntoThe70s A memoir acknowledging her son‘s heinous act, making no excuses and accepting her hand in the tragedy yet a story of a mother‘s grief over the loss of her child, who will forever be seen as a monster. A difficult memoir to read and process.
I read this when it first came out, but I‘m going to review it because of the recent news.
IMO Carry On read less like a novel and more like fanfiction. And I‘m not sure if that intentional or not because I still don‘t know where it fits in the world of Fangirl. Nevertheless, I‘ve read this a few times because it while it reads like a fanfic, it reads like a very good one!
the news: ITS GETTING A SEQUEL!!!!