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Since I had a couple of friends who loved it, my expectations were high. A good decent read.

What happened to his aunt when she was a young girl? The subjects which are depicted in this novel are very much realistic and portraying how such a period might be like for a teenager. When a character is 3. I loved the format; reading it through letters was quite different, it did read like he was almost sending them to me.

Actually, is that even what the book is about?

However, I still feel the need to talk about it since it did seem relevant to my life at one point and well, writing “reviews” are what all the cool kids are doing these days, ain’t it? Pues, por si te lo preguntabas, no lo ha hecho.

Reading this as an adult, all the issues hidden in the text were glaringly obvious. Heck, he barely even blinked twice. I chose The Perks of Being a Wallflower as it seemed to slot in nicely to my selection of book bingo chbksky, this round I need to cover a square titled, a book that became a movie.

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Las Ventajas De Ser Invisible Spanish Edition Stephen Chbosky

I didn’t even want to talk about this book at all after Stepehn finished it. I think it’s perfectly fine if an adult reads YA books and vice versa. I’m interested in seeing the movie, but I’ve also heard high praise for that as well and after reading the book, I’m a little wary.

I don’t know why …more i don’t know if anyone of you guys has ever said it in the comments, stepen i think that the person is not related to the story at all. This review has been invisib,e because it contains spoilers. There was a lot of: Charlie’s problems are eventually explained and it is the natural end of the book because the thing that has been holding him back from really joining life and not being a wallflower has been resolved.

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The perks of this book, venntajas being a wallflower in general, are greatly exaggerated. This is a heartfelt and raw view into what its like to be in high school and tr I adored how this book was written because you were reading from a personal point of view. The supporting characters add a little homour and balance I especially like the offensive, racist grandfather because we all know an old guy like that! All I know is If Charlie’s character was originally written as unimpaired and not different in the sense that he had a disorder, and his writing as a result was influenced by it, then I don’t know, I guess I’ll just accept this set what it is, because from time to time I need a dumbed down writing that dumbs down things for me.

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Ssr most interesting and relatable parts of this book—for me anyway—were the parts about his sickness, whatever that ended up being, exactly.

Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky (3 star ratings)

Want to Read saving…. I hope the people who wrote those songs are happy.

There were brief flashes in this book, little pieces stepheh writing, where even as a cynical twenty-five-year-old I was able to read them and understand why teenagers connect so hard with this book.

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Check out my video review here! Once he made a little more sense, I could appreciate his story.

That kinda snapped me out of the special space where I believed I was the receiver of Charlie’s “letters” and then it suddenly made me realise I was reading a “novel”.

And we can try to feel okay about them. Stephen Chbosky made me uncomfortable reading his novel which has by now become a classic of the Young Adult genre despite being published only seventeen years ago, but he also made me understand the things which are going on in the protagonist’s, Charlie’s, head. Do you struggle with your sexual invisile social identity? Riguardo alla stranezza delle persone, intendo.

What I also love about him is his amazing intellectuality.