Frat Girl

Frat Girl

Sometimes the F-word can have more than one meaning?. For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For the DTC brothers, the F-word is feminist?the type of person who writes articles in the school pa Sometimes the F-word can have more than one meaning?. For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?spec...

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Title:Frat Girl
Author:Kiley Roache
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:0373212348
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

Frat Girl Reviews

  • Selena
    Nov 07, 2017

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

  • Thamy
    Apr 11, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

  • Melissa T
    Aug 21, 2017

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

  • Lauren R.
    Mar 27, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

  • Alena
    May 28, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

  • Cristina (Girl in the Pages)
    Mar 15, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

    There's no denying that Frat Girl is an addictive read. A girl rushes a fraternity at an elite university in order to unearth their secrets? I couldn't hit "request" on NetGalley fast enough. As I predicted, Frat Girl left me reeling in many different ways, both positively and negative...

  • Natalie
    Jul 13, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

  • Jen Ryland
    Feb 25, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

  • Ricky
    May 04, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

  • Claire (Book Blog Bird)
    Sep 25, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

  • Hannah
    Aug 06, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)
    Mar 24, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

  • chloe ❀
    Jan 06, 2019

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

  • Caitlin
    Apr 04, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

    There's no denying that Frat Girl is an addictive read. A girl rushes a fraternity at an elite university in order to unearth their secrets? I couldn't hit "request" on NetGalley fast enough. As I predicted, Frat Girl left me reeling in many different ways, both positively and negative...

    The book Frat Girl by Kiley Roache is without a doubt one of the best books I've ever read. Cassandra Davis is a freshman at the college of her dreams with one goal in mind, to pledge Delta Tau Chi. Delta Tau Chi is a highly controversial and supposedly misogynistic frat and for a sch...

    Every year there seems to be a trend in YA contemporary and it seems like 2018 is the year for feminism, something I am very happy about. As soon as I read the blurb for this I knew I wanted to read it. I loved the premise, college girl joins a frat to prove they're the source of al...

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars I received an eARC from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Review originally posted on my blog, Turning Pages. I love feminist lit, so when I heard about Frat Girl I immediately wanted to read it. A young woman going into a ...

  • Cassandra {semi-hiatus}
    Mar 12, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

  • Caden Armstrong
    May 01, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

  • Clare Carter
    Jun 19, 2019

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Mar 19, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

  • Romie
    Jul 13, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

  • Alison
    Apr 06, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

    There's no denying that Frat Girl is an addictive read. A girl rushes a fraternity at an elite university in order to unearth their secrets? I couldn't hit "request" on NetGalley fast enough. As I predicted, Frat Girl left me reeling in many different ways, both positively and negative...

    The book Frat Girl by Kiley Roache is without a doubt one of the best books I've ever read. Cassandra Davis is a freshman at the college of her dreams with one goal in mind, to pledge Delta Tau Chi. Delta Tau Chi is a highly controversial and supposedly misogynistic frat and for a sch...

    Every year there seems to be a trend in YA contemporary and it seems like 2018 is the year for feminism, something I am very happy about. As soon as I read the blurb for this I knew I wanted to read it. I loved the premise, college girl joins a frat to prove they're the source of al...

  • Atlas
    Feb 02, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

  • paula.
    Sep 23, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

  • Sonder
    Aug 05, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

  • Vicky Who Reads
    Mar 31, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

  • Whoo Gives A Hoot
    Aug 12, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

    There's no denying that Frat Girl is an addictive read. A girl rushes a fraternity at an elite university in order to unearth their secrets? I couldn't hit "request" on NetGalley fast enough. As I predicted, Frat Girl left me reeling in many different ways, both positively and negative...

    The book Frat Girl by Kiley Roache is without a doubt one of the best books I've ever read. Cassandra Davis is a freshman at the college of her dreams with one goal in mind, to pledge Delta Tau Chi. Delta Tau Chi is a highly controversial and supposedly misogynistic frat and for a sch...

    Every year there seems to be a trend in YA contemporary and it seems like 2018 is the year for feminism, something I am very happy about. As soon as I read the blurb for this I knew I wanted to read it. I loved the premise, college girl joins a frat to prove they're the source of al...

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars I received an eARC from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Review originally posted on my blog, Turning Pages. I love feminist lit, so when I heard about Frat Girl I immediately wanted to read it. A young woman going into a ...

    * Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot * Since this book happens to be Kiley Roache's debut novel I just want to take a moment to congratulate her for sharing her words with readers. If you know me, then you know that I am a huge supporter when it comes to new authors. I am ...

  • Dash fan
    Apr 14, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

  • Shea
    May 23, 2019

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

  • L.H. Brown
    Mar 05, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

  • Anna
    Apr 01, 2019

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....

    2 stars I was really excited to read Frat Girl. Really, really excited. I had refreshed and double refreshed and triple refreshed my library ebook catalogue until it appeared, and I promptly checked it out. I binged all of it that same night (I think I went to bed a little after...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars I have really been enjoying all these YA-goes-to college books lately, and I was really curious to see what Roache had planned for us with Frat Girl. I will say, I was nervous when I first started reading this book, but then, I was pleasantly surprised by Roache's ...

    When I found this book, I had a feeling it was going to be one of the most influential reads of my life. It was. Look past the title, or even the cover (which I personally love) and look within. Give this book the chance it deserves. It deserves to be heard. I think that every fema...

    If you want a fun book with lots of food for thought, this is it. 3.5. Cassie needs a project or she won't get a scholarship for the university she really wants to attend. An incident in one of their frats give her the best of ideas?why not she join the frat herself? The fir...

    DNF @ 12%. No thank you. This book was incredibly problematic. First off, it's boring. I've read many books set at a college campus and they're rarely boring but this one managed to find a way to be dull. Also, I find the idea kind of ridiculous, the whole storyline I was curious ...

    * * 2 / 5 ~review to come~ Not really sure what to think - on the one hand, really easy to read and I know virtually nothing about fraternities so it was all quite novel to me, and there were some good ideas in it. But there were also long diatribes that could be cut and pasted...

    There are spoilers in this review. THIS BOOK. a little note about the author: i don't usually talk about authors in my reviews, but kiley roache is so awesome that i think she deserves a small shoutout. it was at the end (the acknowledgements section) when i found out that sh...

    Full disclosure ? I know this author and have witnessed her mature from brilliant, thoughtful high school student to brilliant, provocative college grad. The very fact that she wrote and published a mainstream teen novel in those years blows my mind. That said, I love the premise...

    Actual rating 3.5 I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a hard time rating this but came out at 3.5 because, despite the growth and progression of the frat boys (which I loved), Cassie took way too long to show any character gr...

    I enjoyed this book and it touched on a lot of relevant issues but I went into it thinking it was going to be a lot more incisive than it ended up being. The premise is that our MC joins a college fraternity so that she can expose the inherent misogyny in the Greek system. But because ...

    If I?m being honest, I would give this book a 4.5 if I could because I really liked it and it challenged what I always thought what being a feminist means. I really liked Cassie as a protagonist and found her very relatable. The ending felt slightly rushed to wrap up the book, but th...

    *Probably like 1.5?* God I don't know. Strap in, whoever may be reading this, because it's gonna be a long one lol. So my friend Erin and I decided we wanted to pick out a book to read that we knew was probably going to be bad but we wanted to have fun with it--kinda like watching ...

    I am no American and therefore only knew Greek Letter Organisations from movies or tv shows, and I can only say that the whole concept is just really stupid. It?s just very American and very extra for something like that to exist. I don?t get it. But that didn?t lessen my enjoyme...

    This is the kind of book I?d recommend to feminists and non-feminists alike. A lot of it was heavy-handed in the messages and would have maybe made more sense in the journal entries instead of internal dialogue, but the content itself was good. I definitely figured that her study was...

    A mixture between a slow and quick read. While I did love the idea behind it, it became a bit frustrating when the feeling went from feminine empowerment, to cheesy romance. For me, the story made up for it with its comedic moments. However, I definitely feel that there was a better w...

    *I won a copy of this via Goodreads Giveaways* The sociologist in me loved this book. It features Cassie Davis, a high school student from Indiana, who comes up with an interesting way to earn the first year of a scholarship to a prestigious college. Conduct a social experiment in o...

    TW for this book: sexism, homophobia, racism, references to rape. Working at the Stanford Bookstore, seeing this one on the shelves with all copies signed by Roache herself was enough to get my attention. Especially when I found out Roache is a Stanford student and is there any chan...

    2.5 / 5 Fangs I was really excited to read this book because as a feminist, this book sounded like the perfect book for me! Sadly, this book missed the mark for me. I felt like this book was having an identity crisis of sorts. In the beginning, this book felt like it was trying to b...

    New favorite in the house! *side eyes my favorite books' shelf* don't be jealous, there's room for everyone! Soooo I always kinda stay away from feminist books/fiction because, well, I consider myself a feminist but reading is like, something to relax, and feminist issues, kinda mak...

    There's no denying that Frat Girl is an addictive read. A girl rushes a fraternity at an elite university in order to unearth their secrets? I couldn't hit "request" on NetGalley fast enough. As I predicted, Frat Girl left me reeling in many different ways, both positively and negative...

    The book Frat Girl by Kiley Roache is without a doubt one of the best books I've ever read. Cassandra Davis is a freshman at the college of her dreams with one goal in mind, to pledge Delta Tau Chi. Delta Tau Chi is a highly controversial and supposedly misogynistic frat and for a sch...

  • Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries)
    Oct 05, 2018

    Positives and negatives with this one. First, though, what are your thoughts on this lol: Plot = Never Been Kissed (i.e. girl goes undercover and falls in love and has to deal with the fact that she has been lying to everyone...) but set in a frat house. + Really liked the...

    For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternity?specifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For them, the F-word is feminist?the type of girl who hates ...

    This book intrigued me the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about this one feminist girl who decides to go live among frat boys and write about them. And what I can say is that I am not disappointed. Not one bit. It was definitely different from anything I?d read befor...

    3? Education and Fraternities Frat girl is a story of a girl going into a all male fraternity and uncovering it for being sexist and derogatory towards women. In order to keep her all paid for scholarship. Unfortunately Frat Girl wasn't for me. I found it to be a rather slowe...

    ?Love ending doesn?t mean love never was. It just means that, like everything else on this earth, it?s finite.? *Thank you to Edelweiss, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review!* This was such an easy and enjoyable read. With a strong (s...

    See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from Amazon Vine and I also ended up with an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley. Look, this book made me so mad that my dad's dyslexia spontaneously presented itself in me and I spelled "solidified" as "solifidied....