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  • The Perks of Being a Wildflower

    I loved listening to the book again after almost ten years maybe a couple more. However, I enjoyed from a new perspective. Really awesome, you won't regret choice.

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  • The audiobook suits the story

    The writing of the story is nothings mind-blowing, the storyline itself is sometimes a bit slow and definitely has its boring parts. There's also just quite a bit of rambling in this book. But overall it is all worth a listen (I'm talking about the audiobook). The story has its heart warming moments, but I'm stressing that you should give it a listen instead of a read. Firstly, the voice in this audiobook is very nice to listen to and the voice suits the main character very well. Secondly, this book just works extremely well as an audiobook because the format of the story is completely in letters, which means it's always just one person talking about his day and his feelings. Thus, the audiobook gave the story an extra personal touch, much like you are listening to a few hours of a timid and depressed teenage boy saying all his thoughts in anonymous voice messages.

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  • One of a Kind.

    This is the first audiobook that I have listened to. Or at least, on Kobo. This book resonated with me the first time that I read it. The story, written in letters, allowed me to connect on a personal level with Charlie and the other characters that were present in the book. Noah Galvin’s voice fits well with this too. It’s soft and annunciates each line very clearly, but also in a way that accurately represents the emotion that Chbosky shows in the book. Unlike a lot of audiobooks, when listening to this particular one, you feel as if Charlie is really talking to you and really sharing each of his problems with you. This book made me cry. I loved it so much that I find myself listening to it quite a few times and in one sitting. I think if you’ve ever felt out of place or unsure of something, or you’re just interested in understanding the struggles of life that every person goes through, this book will not only enlighten you, but bring you comfort in its story.

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  • It's okay

    For entertainment purposes, it is not bad choice. It is really fun to listen to

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