Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Fangirl series.
Fangirl is so true to the experience of being a fan - to having a story you hold so close to your heart, it's sacred. The story follows Cath, a college freshman who writes a popular fanfic (she's a fan with fans of her own!) and is still devoted to the books she and her twin sister grew up loving. Cath faces roommate strangeness, new and familiar anxieties, family issues, and potential romance, all while trying to hold on to the characters who've become sacred to her, the stories she writes, and the sister she used to share these things with. Rowell's story has been expertly captured in this graphic novelization of a story I've loved since 2013!— Oli Schmitz
The manga adaptation of the beloved novel featuring all-new scenes by Rainbow Rowell!
“The graphic novelization of Fangirl is a beautiful, contemplative, and fun reading experience.”
—Women Write About Comics
Cath is a Simon Snow fan. Okay, everybody is a Simon Snow fan, but for Cath, being a fan is her life. Cath’s sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath just can’t let go…
Everything in Cath’s offline life is going wrong. Just when she’s started to realize her feelings for Levi, she sees him kissing someone else. Plus, her writing partner, Nick, is acting strange, and her twin sister, Wren, is suddenly making time for their mother—the same woman who walked out of their lives ten years ago! When their dad ends up in the hospital, Cath decides it’s time to rethink her plans for the future.
But how can she leave the past behind when it keeps showing up at her door?
About the Author
Rainbow Rowell lives in Omaha, Nebraska, with her family. She is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Attachments, Eleanor & Park, Landline, and the Simon Snow Trilogy. Her comics credits include Marvel’s Runaways and She-Hulk, and the graphic novel Pumpkinheads.
Gabi Nam is a South Korean artist who has lived abroad in Japan and France. She self-publishes her work in South Korea and specializes in the black-and-white manga style. Fangirl: The Manga is her English debut.