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Mi hermana sigue furiosa conmigo, pero mi padre ha dicho que hice lo correcto. I’m waiting for you. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
I don’t know a lot about the American school system or the way teenagers behave there apart from wtephen was transmitted to me through literature, television or radio. This was simply beautiful. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [who’s charlie sending the letters to?
A mi padre no le gusta ir al cementerio porque le da grima. Written as a set of letters from a young teen Charlie to an identified reader, this format is fraught with danger. I realize that this particular book means a lot to a lot of people, and I’m not saying you’re wrong or stupid for enjoying it, I just didn’t personally like it myself. There were a lot of little kids there. So dark and very overrated. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
I don’t know why …more i don’t know if anyone of you guys has ever said it in the comments, but i think that the person is not related to the story at all.
Ella se porta muy sre con ellos. Es que a veces la gente utiliza el pensamiento para no implicarse en la vida. But sometimes I enjoyed Charlie’s observations, especially about how a song on a radio while you’re driving can make you feel infinite. I hate that quote! The exploration of adolescence chbosyk the sex, drugs, drinking, and searching for one’s self pulls at your heart strings while managing to stand out in the coming-of-age genre.
The book is written in letter form to an un-named knvisible “And in that moment, I swear we were infinite. As a result, I have rated “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” with three not-that-good-but-not-that-bad-either stars, with a little bit of disappointment connected with it. If you want to read the book, just read the Epilogue. This was supposed to be sad and lingering. Except maybe he got to see the world in a different way, a deeper one. I am drawn to intense, descriptive writing and although I do enjoy more simplistic writing also, this was just too plain for me to the point where I didn’t feel much of anything until the very end of the story.
I can see why it’s a cult classic. I tried very hard to sympathize with Charlie.
Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky (2 star ratings)
This book is about one kid’s first year of high school, and oh the things he experiences! And they will all kiss someone someday. No pretendo nada malo con esto. I’m not sure if I’d personally recommend it, but many people love this novel, so I would encourage other interested readers to give it a shot. There are a few glimpses of memorable and insightful moments, and I can definitely see why this book appeals to d readers, but Charlie was too whiny a narrator and frustrated me too much to want to finish this book.
En el colegio era muy divertido estar con ella.
In a novella sized read Chbosky manages to cram suicide, domestic abuse, alcoholism, drugs, bullying, homosexuality, and In the book, the big denouement is catalyzed when he finally makes out with a girl he’s had a crush on the whole book. The whole thing of that didn’t feel real. The portrait that he paints of his friends and family are beautiful – and even managed to melt my heart in Part 2 with the descriptions of the extended family and the grumpy old Great Grandfather in particular.
The kids started calling him Patty when his real name is Patrick. I have no real reason to like him. If I had to pick just one Beatles song that would be it.
Las ventajas de ser invisible
More books from this author: If you were written as a girl, no one would have any sympathy for you at all. I mean, to read like a proper letter, each ‘chapter” can’t be too long, it must be frank and it can’t smack of looking like it has a plot because then it might as well be a normal chapter book. View all 3 comments.
View all 16 comments. I enjoyed the way his relationship with his sister evolved far more than I did his ‘romance’ with Sam, although the scene where Sam urged Charlie to act rounded out his development in the best way possible. Whilst in the book, it was good, but I just felt indifferent towards it.
It’s odd – not impossible but extremely unlikely – that two popular, stunning and brilliant high school seniors would befriend main character Charlie just out of the blue as they did.
The main characters in this book might as well have founded the Tear-Shedding Club. However, in saying that I have to admit that the part which I did have tears in my eyes was during the graduation. But that type of infinity is better because it a involves cats and c is actually cool because it knows that its own infinity doesn’t have a point.