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"Penny has a secret. Under the alias GirlOnline, Penny blogs her hidden feelings about friendship, boys, high school drama, her crazy family, and the panic attacks that have begun to take over her life. When things go from bad to worse, her family whisks her away to New York, where she meets Noah, a gorgeous, guitar-strumming American. Suddenly Penny is falling in love--and capturing every moment of it on her blog. But Noah has a secret, too, one that threatens to ruin Penny's cover--and her closest friendship--forever" --… (mais)
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A very pleasant surprise!

This is a book that has been on my shelves for a good few years, so when I picked it up I was slightly anxious especially with it being a debut novel.

The anxiety was not needed! From the offset the story sucked me in & I loved the format going between the story, blog posts & texts. I am not one for contemporarys or romance but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. In fact I enjoyed it that much I read it in a matter of hours.

Will definitely be reading the rest of the series. ( )
  kymisan | Jun 23, 2020 |
I loved this book because it was a light contemporary read! Though it is set in Christmas, I found it a cute summer read! I liked all of the advice that was given in the book on how to handle anxiety! The only flaw of the main character’s that stuck out to me is that she quickly jumped to conclusions. If she didn’t do that and confronted some of the people that she had troubles with, then she wouldn’t have the whole mess to deal with. ( )
  sukhmaniminhas8 | Jun 15, 2020 |
You can find the full review on my blog, as well as many other reviews!


I know what people are going to say. They're going to say that Zoe Sugg only got a book deal because she's deemed famous now, and that she doesn't deserve to be published as much as some other people do. They'll say it's unfair. I disagree.

Now before anyone starts furiously typing that I'm wrong, I'd like you to consider this: Everyone deserves to succeed. Yes, I agree that it is unfair that many people are unpublished. And yes, Zoe was fortunate enough to be approached concerning a publication deal. However, these two things are not mutually exclusive. Penguin didn't decide to only publish books by Zoe Sugg. It they had I'm sure they'd of changed their name by now to Penguinella or something equally as amusing. She didn't steal someone's spot on the shelves of book stores.
She earned it, as did all the other writers who's books sit beside hers.

Right, now that we've established this, let's move on to what's really important: the actual content of the book.



I won't say that Girl Online is the best book I've ever read because that would be a lie. I read around 100 books a year, and while that may not seem like a lot to some of my fellow book reviewers out there, I feel that based on that number I can safely say that I know a good book when I see one. Well.. when I read one.

For me, Girl Online was a great book. It had everything I look for in a Young Adult novel. An interesting plot, a protagonist I could relate to and character development. Admittedly it wasn't flawless. I personally found it to be predictable at times and a little cheesy, but then that's really not uncommon for Young Adult reads. I found it heart warming and enjoyed the book as a whole, and honestly? I'd read it again in a heartbeat.

This read was a little different for me. Like most people, I like to immerse myself into a different world when I read, and so the majority of the books that I choose to read aren't based in the UK because I find it hard to fully immerse myself in a book when things seem too familiar.. (Is this just me? Let me know in the comments!)

I think it probably goes without saying that Girl Online hit a little close to home for me. I mean the protagonist is a teenage Brit who suffers from anxiety, has next to no self esteem, is incapable of talking to members of the opposite sex and blogs. I mean honestly, if my name was in the dictionary that would be  it's definition.


Note to self: Stop being so honest.

And whilst Girl Online does maintain a Young Adult vibe through the romance aspect of the novel and the writing as a whole, Zoe addresses some topics that are very important to me, such as anxiety and cyberbullying and the effects that they can have on an individual.

So to conclude, I'd recommend Girl Online to anyone who's looking for an easy romantic read. If you like Sarah Dessen or Cathy Cassidy then I'd say this is definitely one for you!

Have a lovely day wherever you are!

Over & Out, T xx
___________________________________________

I seriously cannot wait!
The plot sounds epic and Zoe's blog is phenominal so I already know I'll love the writing!

If any of you were unfamiliar with her, where have you been for the past few years? And here are the links to her blog and youtube channel:
http://www.zoella.co.uk/
https://www.youtube.com/user/zoella280390

Enjoy!♥


Literally the only Zoella/Cat gif I could find ♥

*Promptly recommends to all goodreads friends*

Over & Out, T xx ( )
  RichlyWritten | Sep 23, 2019 |
You can find the full review on my blog, as well as many other reviews!


I know what people are going to say. They're going to say that Zoe Sugg only got a book deal because she's deemed famous now, and that she doesn't deserve to be published as much as some other people do. They'll say it's unfair. I disagree.

Now before anyone starts furiously typing that I'm wrong, I'd like you to consider this: Everyone deserves to succeed. Yes, I agree that it is unfair that many people are unpublished. And yes, Zoe was fortunate enough to be approached concerning a publication deal. However, these two things are not mutually exclusive. Penguin didn't decide to only publish books by Zoe Sugg. It they had I'm sure they'd of changed their name by now to Penguinella or something equally as amusing. She didn't steal someone's spot on the shelves of book stores.
She earned it, as did all the other writers who's books sit beside hers.

Right, now that we've established this, let's move on to what's really important: the actual content of the book.



I won't say that Girl Online is the best book I've ever read because that would be a lie. I read around 100 books a year, and while that may not seem like a lot to some of my fellow book reviewers out there, I feel that based on that number I can safely say that I know a good book when I see one. Well.. when I read one.

For me, Girl Online was a great book. It had everything I look for in a Young Adult novel. An interesting plot, a protagonist I could relate to and character development. Admittedly it wasn't flawless. I personally found it to be predictable at times and a little cheesy, but then that's really not uncommon for Young Adult reads. I found it heart warming and enjoyed the book as a whole, and honestly? I'd read it again in a heartbeat.

This read was a little different for me. Like most people, I like to immerse myself into a different world when I read, and so the majority of the books that I choose to read aren't based in the UK because I find it hard to fully immerse myself in a book when things seem too familiar.. (Is this just me? Let me know in the comments!)

I think it probably goes without saying that Girl Online hit a little close to home for me. I mean the protagonist is a teenage Brit who suffers from anxiety, has next to no self esteem, is incapable of talking to members of the opposite sex and blogs. I mean honestly, if my name was in the dictionary that would be  it's definition.


Note to self: Stop being so honest.

And whilst Girl Online does maintain a Young Adult vibe through the romance aspect of the novel and the writing as a whole, Zoe addresses some topics that are very important to me, such as anxiety and cyberbullying and the effects that they can have on an individual.

So to conclude, I'd recommend Girl Online to anyone who's looking for an easy romantic read. If you like Sarah Dessen or Cathy Cassidy then I'd say this is definitely one for you!

Have a lovely day wherever you are!

Over & Out, T xx
___________________________________________

I seriously cannot wait!
The plot sounds epic and Zoe's blog is phenominal so I already know I'll love the writing!

If any of you were unfamiliar with her, where have you been for the past few years? And here are the links to her blog and youtube channel:
http://www.zoella.co.uk/
https://www.youtube.com/user/zoella280390

Enjoy!♥


Literally the only Zoella/Cat gif I could find ♥

*Promptly recommends to all goodreads friends*

Over & Out, T xx ( )
  RichlyWritten | Sep 23, 2019 |
"Parents need to know that Girl Online is a sweet, upbeat romance by U.K. beauty and fashion vlogger Zoella (Zoe Sugg). The dedication and the bio on the back flap may raise curiosity about her YouTube channel. Girl Online is the fictional blog by heroine Penny Porter, who writes about her experiences and feelings anonymously because she feels she can be more honest and open that way. The pitfalls of posting online don't come out until late in the story: Penny's blog followers are overwhelmingly positive and supportive; she experiences no trolling until her identity is revealed and rumors circulate about her love life. Penny's sugary, Pollyanna outlook, the book's mild sexual content (only a few kisses), and some rare strong language ("bitch," "crap," "WTF") make it best for tweens dreaming of their first romance. Penny's family, best friend Elliot, and love interest in New York, Noah, are practically perfect in every way. "
Common Sense. Retrieved from: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/girl-online
  Milisia | Jul 29, 2019 |
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