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Heck, he barely even blinked twice. I personally just found it to be unrealistic at best and dripping with pretentiousness. Why this book wasn’t in the “young adult” section at Borders, I’ll never know.
This is a good book for high school students living in the USA and other cultures but I didn’t feel a connecttion to where I come from. He has worked in film and television, on projects including the film version of the smash-hit musical Rent ; the TV show Jericho ; and others. I do plan on rereading this to see how it will affect me now that I’m already a teen and have my share of experiences. Perhaps if I had read this at a younger age, it would hold a different appeal to me.
It’s like what every teenage boy wishes their ideal high school years are going to be like when the reality is it’s a lot of homework, trips to the grocery store in mom’s minivan and sitting at home after school watching cable TV. She liked movies, and her brother Frank made her tapes of this great music that she shared with us.
I know it’s a cheesy one-liner, but it reminded me of being a teenager. But was it perfect?
I already knew all the twists and turns to the story. As a result, I received an insight into the mind of this teenager, his thoughts, fears, loves and experiences. View all 9 comments.
Because the concept a book is based on always strongly differs from the execution by the author. Y mi madre dijo: He was supposed to be intelligent but he was so naive.
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.
I can’t for the life of me figure out where it went wrong or whybut I sailed through the novel without feeling all that much for the characters, whilst still simultaneously sharing a lot in common with good ol’ Charlie here. Once he made a little more sense, I could appreciate his story.
But to me, it turned out to be quite disappointing. Written as a set of letters from a young teen Charlie to an identified reader, this format is fraught with danger.
Las ventajas de ser invisible
If it’s not view spoiler [a teenage girl claiming she had a sexual affair with an adult man when she was younger, it’s a boy being gay-bashed, a pedophile aunt, relationship abuse, a suicidal best friend, divorced parents or a cheating boyfriend hide spoiler ]. People, autism is more or less the opposite of that.
And I wonder how smart they were when they were fifteen. But for the love, this is not the Catcher in the Rye for the 90s. Except of course when there is music playing and open space for me to free my limbs and move my body ’round then I feel like a dancing daffodil!
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [who’s charlie sending the letters to?
Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky (2 star ratings)
I’m a little old for this book. He got wonderful grades, had older friends, went to parties, blah blah blah I don’t have it in me to include his explanation of the phenomenon that is “Masturbation.
I still, thinking over it, feel nothing but sheer indifference. This was simply beautiful. I should love them. 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 just couldn’t click with Charlie or with the issues the book touch upon. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
This isn’t about a wallflower! And this book certainly did provoke several thoughts, and while not all of them were positive, at least it made itself memorable in a way not too many other books usually succeed to do.
Anxiety is an incredibly frightening and isolating condition, and I think this book communicates that very truthfully. The writing is very dull and dry, in my opinion. The weird part is while I found this book to be so depressing, I felt a huge disconnect from the main character.
What in the world was I thinking?