Great book. Charlie is a bit hard to follow at times but I think that is the point. The story follows a young man struggling through adolescence and it is a very relatable subject to us all. During the whole story it's like you grow with the main character, even his writing style dramatically increases from start to finish. very great read and I highly recommend to all
There were parts that were decent but I'm sure I made a lot of faces while listening to this on my drives here and there. I probably entertained the other drivers more than this book entertained me.
Oh my God. This book has made such an impact on me. 10/10 would recommend. Charlie is an extremely relatable character and the way he thinks is very similar to the way I think and its honestly helped me through so much.
I chose this book because my son recommended the movie and I didn't have time to watch... :)
I'm so happy I did. It's a wonderful lige lesson and eye-opener! I just love it!
Well narrated, also.
Top 3 for sure.
The first time Charlie stated "I feel infinite".
He makes Charlie seem younger than he was therefore more innocent.
Definitely, but partly because i had previously watched the movie and they had left some details out.
If they could take the cast of the movie adaptation and apply it to the upcoming "13 reasons why" mini series I personally feel that it would meet mine as well as many others expectations. While this is a review of "The perks of being a wallflower" I think that both books are brilliant and should be read/heard by any YA in our generation. The movie was good the book was excellent, I am very glad to have stumbled across them.