I have loved this book since I found it when I was thirteen and it has and always will be my favorite. Whenever my depression is at its worst, Perks helps me know that Im not the only one that can feel and think this way. I am now almost thirty and have long ago lost count of all the times I've read it. This reading of it is amazing. The voice gives such life to Charlie and even the other characters. I laughed and cried and loved every minite of it. Just as Charlie would, I'm sure, I hope everyone who reads (or hears in this case) this book loves it as much as I do. I hope it makes you think about everyone else who has read it, and take notice of rough blankets, and remember that your friend likes Anne Rice, and not hold back your tears, and forever feel infinate.
the narrator did an incredible job. their voice seriously made it so believable. great telling!!
This book made me feel like I was apart from Charlies life I hope that u make a part two.😄😍
I thought Stephen Chbosky wrote an amazing,realistic story, I would totally recommend this amazing book.
I loved the whole book from beginning to end. The person reading it to me made me feel like I was apart of the story, like Charlie was reading me his letters. I was so in love I finished it in a day and intend to listen to it again very soon.
I've read this book multiple times since it was published when I was a senior in high school. I've had a different perspective each time I have read it, most recently as I'm pursuing graduate studies for speech therapy. I have enjoyed this book so much that spontaneously I downloaded it as I knew I was making multiple trips into the city and would be spending multiple hours on a bus. This was not the first time I had listened to this novel; I once owned its first mp3 recording. It's very unfortunate I cannot find the file because I cannot tolerate the narrator's voice, even though I did listen all the way through again. He does not fit the personalities of the characters, especially Charlie. This needs be changed. The book deserves a better narrator. Sorry Noah, you're not doing the story any justice!