The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Stephen Chbosky
  • English
  • 18 June 2017
  • 1982110996

About the Author: Stephen Chbosky

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower Now in a special edition to mark the twentieth anniversary of a beloved cult classic Read the 1 New York Times bestselling coming of age story that takes a sometimes heartbreaking, often hysterical, and always honest look at high school in all its glory Also a major motion picture starring Logan Lerman and Emma Watson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a funny, touching, and haunting modern classic.The critically acclaimed debut novel from Stephen Chbosky follows observant wallflower Charlie as he charts a course through the strange world between adolescence and adulthood First dates, family drama, and new friends Sex, drugs, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show Devastating loss, young love, and life on the fringes Caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it, Charlie must learn to navigate those wild and poignant roller coaster days known as growing up A 1 New York Times best seller forthan a year, an American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults 2000 and Best Book for Reluctant Readers 2000 , and with millions of copies in print, this novel for teen readers or wallflowers ofadvanced age will make you laugh, cry, and perhaps feel nostalgic for those moments when you, too, tiptoed onto the dance floor of life. Free Read The Perks of Being a Wallflower author Stephen Chbosky For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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8 thoughts on “The Perks of Being a Wallflower

  1. MizzSandie says:

    DISCLAIMER I did not like this book I am about to try to explain why that is so, here, in my own, personal review space I am critiqing this book, based on my own opinions, personal taste, experiences and perspective, criteria and standards for literary work It is entirely subjective, as I think all reviews, per definition, are.I mean no disrespect to the people who like this book, and who have found in it something of value You are as entitled to your own opinion, subjective readingexperie DISCLAIMER I did not like this book I am about to try to explain why that is so, here, in my own, personal review space I am critiqing this book, based on my own opinions, personal taste, experiences and perspective, criteria and standards for literary work It is entirely subjective, as I think all reviews, per definition, are.I mean no disrespect to the people who like this book, and who have found in it something of value You are as entitled to your own opinion, subjective readingexperience, and standards, as I am, and yours is just as valid And you have the same opportunity as me, to use your own review space, to clarify that We don t all have to agree One opinion isn t wrong and the other right they are both right, because it is personal.If you are a big fan of this book, and have difficulty in understanding...

  2. Reynje says:

    If, like me, you lurk on frequent tumblr, you will have realised that there is only so far you can scroll before you hit something like this Stephen Chbosky s epistolary novel has something of a cult following, and the quotes that litter the internet seem almost anthemic, given the passion with which they are re blogged, quoted, slapped across artfully light leaked photographs and liked A generation appears to have adopted The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and by extension it s narrator Charl If, like me, you lurk on frequent tumblr, you will have realised that there is only so far you can scroll before you hit something like this Stephen Chbosky s epistolary novel has something of a cult following, and the quotes that litter the internet seem almost anthemic, given the passion with which they are re blogged, quoted, slapped across artfully light leaked photographs and liked A generation appears to have adopted The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and by extension it s narrator Charlie, as a sort of symbol of the experience of adolescence Frequently criticised and challenged, Perks seems to offer its devoted fans a sense of connection, of understanding, of honesty about things left unspoken, or whispered behi...

  3. Sandra says:

    Wallflower noun a shy or retiring person who remains unnoticed at social events, especially a woman without a dance partner I decided to read this book not because there was going to be a movie coming out soon.It one of the reasons but then again it wasn t the main one.I wanted to read it because the word wallflower caught my attention.I was a wallflower.I was not one of those kids people notice immediately.I was one of those people who blends in very well that I was no longer noticeable.I w Wallflower noun a shy or retiring person who remains unnoticed at social events, especially a woman without a dance partner I decided to read this book not because there was going to be a movie coming out soon.It one of the reasons but then again it wasn t the main one.I wanted to read it because the word wallflower caught my attention.I was a wallflower.I was not one of those kids people notice immediately.I was one of those people who blends in very well that I was no longer noticeable.I was a nobody.I was one of those uncool kids back in high s...

  4. Karolina says:

    February 25, 2013Dear Charlie,I am writing to you because I feel like you re the only one that would listen to me right now From all the friends that I have made you are the one that s the most understanding I guess what I m trying to do is thank you for being there for me these last couple of days I didn t expect to learn from you as much as I have My mom always says that you can never really understand a person until you walk in their shoes, but I guess getting to know you and reading your February 25, 2013Dear Charlie,I am writing to you because I feel like you re the only one that would listen to me right now From all the friends that I have made you are the one that s the most understanding I guess what I m trying to do is thank you for being there for me these last couple of days I didn t expect to learn from you as much as I have My mom always says that you can never really understand a person until you walk in their shoes, but I guess getting to know you and reading your story did just that I have to say you have stripped me from any p...

  5. Tatiana says:

    There may be a book in the world that can address, just within very few pages, suicide, molestation, domestic abuse, homosexuality, drug use, mental issues, first sexual experiences, rape, abortion, etc., and not sound like a Lifetime movie, but The Perks of Being a Wallflower is not an example of that For me, the straw that broke the camel s back was when I realized that, to add to all of the above mentioned melodrama, the narrator was either emotionally or mentally handicapped It appeared, C There may be a book in the world that can address, just within very few pages, suicide, molestation, domestic abuse, homosexuality, drug use, mental issues, first sexual experiences, rape, abortion, etc., and not sound like a Lifetime movie, but The Perks of Being a Wallflower is not an example of that For me, the straw that broke the camel s back was when I realized that, to add to all of the above mentioned melodrama, the narrator was either emotionally or mentally handicapped It appeared, Charlie s inability to identify any emotion within himself besides sadness, his constant crying, his lack of knowledge at the age of 15 what masturbation was, his failure to understand any social situation like a rape while witnessing it in his teen years was indicative of either some form of autism or...

  6. Emily May says:

    Clueless I am clueless The popularity of this book baffles me eventhan the popularity of The Fault in Our Stars Maybe I really am just a coldhearted person with no feelings.Amazingly, I actually managed to start The Perks of Being a Wallflower knowing absolutely nothing about it I ve avoided all the reviews and hype over the years, I ve purposely put off seeing the movie because I wanted to check out the book first I knew nothing except that so many people LOVE this book I was a bit Clueless I am clueless The popularity of this book baffles me eventhan the popularity of The Fault in Our Stars Maybe I really am just a coldhearted person with no feelings.Amazingly, I actually managed to start The Perks of Being a Wallflower knowing absolutely nothing about it I ve avoided all the reviews and hype over the years, I ve purposely put off seeing the movie because I wanted to check out the book first I knew nothing except that so many people LOVE this book I was a bit sceptical from the very first page when 15 year old Charlie s narrative opened with short, choppy, fragmented sentences I don t think that there is a favorite kid in our family There are three of us and I am the youngest My brother is the oldest He is a very good football player and likes his car My sister is very pretty and mean to boys and she is in the middle. But I perked up at the idea of reading a book by a narrator with obvious learning difficulties and or autism One of my favourite parts of r...

  7. Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    THIS BOOK ALWAYS BRINGS ME SO MANY FEELS 3rd time re reading it and I still feel infinite.

  8. Rachel says:

    As much as people say it, this really is one of my favorite books of all time MTV promoted it, it got a lot of press, so many people shun it and say it is overrated I disagree.I didn t read this book until last year, when I turned 21 My boyfriend owned it, it seemed like a quick read, and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.Main character Charlie is loveable from the first sentence out of his mouth There are endless quoteable quotes in this book that had me folding the page over so I As much as people say it, this really is one of my favorite books of all time MTV promoted it, it got a lot of press, so many people shun it and say it is overrated I disagree.I didn t read this book until last year, when I turned 21 My boyfriend owned it, it seemed like a quick read, and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.Main character Charlie is loveable from the first sentence out of his mouth There are endless quoteable quotes in this book that had me folding the page over so I could write them down later Charlie has an honest innocence to him yet such an intense depth and intelligent mind that he is quite the multifaceted character.While the story has its ups and downs, and really, there isn t a very intense plot, the reader is somehow sucked into Charlies head sharing his first kiss, his feelings toward his new friends, his feelings towards literature and mus...