Cath is an eloquent writer because her stories are always expressive and her vocabulary is fluent. Her writing is so eloquent and flows so nicely, which makes it very fluent (337).
Levi is a raconteur because when he tells stories about his life to Cath it makes her laugh, which is one of the reasons she likes him so much (322).
I think Jandro will actually help Wren with her drinking problem and have a good impact on her, even though when he was first introduced, I was suspicious of him (362).
I think when Cath traverses her college campus, she will think about all her great college experiences and decide to complete her missing English assignment that she didn't think she could do. By doing this, I think Cath will feel more accomplished and have more faith in her writing abilities (374).
Cath and Wren's obsession with Simon Snow forms a connection between them, so even when they were fighting, they were still able to have something to talk to about something they both enjoy (430).
The way this book is written and ends, with excerpts from Cath's different writing pieces, leaves an impact on reader's because you really get a sense of who Cath is as not just a writer but as a person (433).
This book was told in third person. I think this really helped the reader get an idea of what all the character's were going through. In this case, I really enjoyed reading the book in third person. The perspective was especially significant at was the end of the book dwhen Levi and Cath go through pretty big things. While you are getting a look into their actions, you also hear about what Wren and Reagen are doing, which made this chapter so good(423).
I think Simon and Baz are symbols that represent Cath's feelings and creative mind because we are able to see the true Cath when she is writing about these characters and I think that these are a very important part to the story. Simon and Baz show reader's that Cath doesn't change completely as a college student because her love for these two characters never faded (438).
At the end of the book, Cath and Wren were verklempt because they were waiting for the last Simon Snow book to come out for a such a long time. They were crying with happiness and freaking out (438).
Wren is really jerkish. Just because you are in college doesn't mean you can get drunk, make of the fictional world that your sister loves dearly and just go running back to your mother when she finally shows up again!!!!! (163)
I really love the Simon Snow parts of this book. It makes both Cath's and Simon's universes feel so real. (165)
Are they literally being tested on the Outsiders? Like seriously? Levi it's like the shortest book ever! Just read it! God! (167)
Levi is so sweet! (169)
Like seriously how is he even that sweet!! (170)
SO CUTE!!!!! (171)
That was a really cheap move Nick. (210)
That play on words though. (278)
That Twilight reference (286)
Interesting hypothesis on nerd-ism, Cath. I'll think about that one. (299)
Looks like someone had their comeuppance! *Cough* Wren for being a jerk like I stated previously *Cough* (333)
GOD CATH'S MOM IS LITERALLY THE JERK-IEST JERK IN ALL OF JERK-DOM!!! ASDFGHJKL!!! (339)
FINALLY! WREN REALIZED AFTER ALMOST DYING FROM ALCOHOL POISONING THAT SHE WAS A JERK!! well I guess better late than never.... (355)
There is that bloody play on words gain. (370)
I really need Carry On as it's own book! Thank you Rainbow Rowell! (374)
Vampire shame.... Werewolf shame???
Being the nemesis to the main character..... (374)
That Harry Potter reference though. (385)
Yes!! Nick got his comeuppance!!!!! (404)
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