chelsbells1994's review against another edition
- Plot- or character-driven? A mix
- Strong character development? Yes
- Loveable characters? Yes
- Diverse cast of characters? It's complicated
- Flaws of characters a main focus? No
Still, I’m a fan of Ashley Poston, and I’ll definitely read her next book.
karmakit's review against another edition
atirandomness's review against another edition
mariethelibrarian's review against another edition
I liked the second half of this more than the first, but it wasn’t as good as Geekerella and I spent the first half being annoyed with both narrators the entire time
silentrequiem's review against another edition
While I found it a bit of a slow start, I soon got into the groove and fell in love with Imogen and Jess. They're both characters who are stronger than they know, and have let others determine their self-worth for too long.
While a huge part of this book revolved around the bad parts of fandom, it was also a celebration of its good parts. And the connections we can forge with total strangers over the internet. Love.