Girl Online on Tour Zoella | Review

I hope you've all had a wonderful Christmas and a few days to relax at least. Since I have a few days to myself, before I have to cram study, I've had the time to read some non-college related books and it's been good. Zoe Sugg AKA Zoella's Girl Online On Tour has been a book I've been reading in little bits since I got it so I finally got to finish it and decided to do my first book review in a long time, I'm hoping to do more, Maybe.

Girl Online: On Tour is the sequel to Zoella's first book Girl Online. I have to say I really enjoyed the first book and I wasn't expecting to, sometimes teen drama/love books make me cringe but I guess they're also what I love reading. So I knew I'd get into the second book much quicker especially having built up a relationship with the characters already. 

If you haven't read the first book then this will be a load of waffle for you and also spoilers if you're going to read it. Girl Online On Tour follows Penny and Noah's relationship while Noah embarks on his first world tour. Penny has to deal with fans comments while getting adjusted to life on tour. The tour and Noah's fame puts their relationship on the line and it follows their adventures of life on tour. This book is definitely very similar to the last in the tone and energy I get when reading it. It's super easy to read, which I like and I find the way it's written uplifting and positive, even though not all of the story is positive. I did find it hard to get into at the start as I'm used to books with long fancy, unnecessary words that I barely understand, so having a cheery easy going book for once did make me enjoy it more

I thought the story line was pretty predictable while reading it, until the end actually, but I don't think that's necessarily bad once you're enjoying the way it's been written. The book made me feel a variety of emotions from sad to angry to joyous. Which is probably normal for me as I am so emotional and I cry at almost every book. The only thing I dislike about the book was how unreal a few little things were, but it's a book and everything is out of proportion for entertainment really. 

Overall, the book is one of those teen-love affair books that I always cringe at the sight of but I really love, I'm really a sweetheart so. I found a lot of teenage things I can relate to and it really was one of those happy, positive, good feeling books and I like the fact Penny deals with anxiety and that the books talk about them so openly. I'd say it's a really good book for all ages and if you feel like you're into these kind of books then I'd highly recommend this. It's something I think I actually enjoy reading more now then what I would have if I was still thirteen.

Has anyone read any Girl Online books? What do you think?


  1. I have not yet read this but I love the first one! I will put it on my wishlist. Happy new year :)

    Sarah | What Sarah Writes

    1. If you enjoyed the first one then you'll definitely love this one! Happy new year to you too! :)

  2. I only read the first book so far, but I totally plan on reading the sequel as well really soon :)

    1. Definitely check the second one out then! It's better than the first in my opinion! :)