So it’s midnight and I can’t sleep because a) I’m a teenager and b) that automatically means I’m an insomniac. So I start to scan my bookshelf for something to re-read to a) get me off my reading slump and b) because Kelly @ Diva Booknerd gave me some fantastic advice about it. My eyes land on my Rainbow Rowell collection and something in my head just dings in response. I feel like reading Fangirl but I unfortunately and ashamedly don’t own a copy of it. *sobs* My eyes hit Eleanor and Park but thinking about it, I don’t feel like a tragic love story and a hanging ending. Attachments: hmmm, don’t really feel like reading emails. Landline, BINGO!
I start to read Landline and guess what?! I re-read the entire thing in one whole sitting, finishing at 3am (yes, I am a very fast reader). I’ve reviewed this book before but I have re-discovered my love for Rainbow Rowell’s writing. Her characters are so real, her romances are so real, the troubles are so real. Everything is down-to-earth real. And I absolutely, positively love it with every fiber of fangirl in me. I lovedin Landline that Georgie doesn’t give up on her marriage but saves it. 50% of marriages fail. That statistic has probably risen by now so it makes me so happy that Rowell wrote about a character that tries to make her marriage last.
I love Rainbow Rowell and I am proud to announce it.
I LOVE RAINBOW ROWELL