Equal parts Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl and Jennifer Mathieu’s Moxie, this fiercely crafted feminist YA novel takes on fandom, accountability, and doing the right thing. Even when it hurts.
Lainey wouldn’t mind lugging a camera around a video game convention for her brother, aka YouTube superstar Codemeister, except for one big problem. He’s funny and charming online, but behind closed doors, Cody is a sexist jerk.
SamTheBrave came to this year’s con with one mission: meeting Codemeister—because getting his idol’s attention could be the big break Sam needs.
ShadowWillow is already a successful streamer. But when her fans start shipping her with Code, Shadow concocts a plan to turn the rumors to her advantage.
The three teens’ paths collide when Lainey records one of Cody’s hateful rants on video. Because she’s determined to spill the truth to her brother’s fans—even if that means putting Sam and Shadow in the crosshairs.
Told through three relatable voices and arriving on the heels of the author’s widely praised debut novel, Kat and Meg Conquer the World, this sophomore novel is a nuanced and timely story about followers, fame, and fighting for what’s right.
Fan the Fame is a must read. More people need to know about. The storyline is awesome. I love how it set in a video game convention. Also enjoy some of the characters in the book.
Laniey is like behind the scenes when she goes to these convention with her brother. She does the leg work and gets order around all the time. Her brother treats her like a assistant than a sister half the time. Tired of her brother being a jerk, she plans to get her revenge at the next video convention.
Sam the Brave is a new to the you tube gaming world. He would do anything to get on codemeister good and make his YouTube popular.
Shadowwillow is a popular girl YouTube gamer. Rumors are going around that she dating codemeister. She can use those rumors to boost her channel and try to get to the top.
What happens all these three people bump into each other at a convention? You can just say there lots of drama that unfolds.
This had everything you want for a video game convention. Get a look behind the scenes and what it like being a YouTube gamer. So many fun fandoms all smash together. This book was such a fun read and I really love it. Hope more people add this to there tbr.