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    As a 15 year old Brit, I found this rather enjoyable but it does give me a false sense of what America is actually like in school with parties and what not. None the less one of my favourite books by far as it is something to relate to even if you don't really relate to this sort of stuff at all (If you get what I mean). I love how it didn't blow the plot outright and let you think of it for yourself. It also lets you slip into the mind of a more philosophical than normal teen (I might be going in the exact wrong direction with this, but it's my interpretation which is what I loved). Even though I am nothing like Charlie it feels like you want to be him even though he has a sort of fucked up personality (pardon me). Overall wish th book went on for longer and enjoyed every minute of reading it. PS. I had watched the film before reading the book and the film just doesn't do the book justice.
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    Such a great read!

    I'm not used to reading books where the character tells their story through letters so I hesitated to continue reading it. But the more I read, the more I began to love the Perks of Being a Wallflower and the characters within the book. I do wish it were a longer book just because of my love for the story, but overall, I'm satisfied with it from beginning to end :-) .
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    The perks of being a wallflower

    FANTASTIC! Best book ever. Really made me think deep. I am not a teenager yet so I didn't understand the mature stuff but it gave a big picture so I did not mind. The movie was great. The bad thing was that it made me feel messed up for a long time and I really don't know why. I hope others do not feel like this.
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    The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    LOVED this book, very unexpected ending
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    A fantastic ageless story of teen angst. Anyone who lived through their teens in the 80's will appreciate the cultural references, particularly the music. This book would do well on a middle school reading list, but conservative parents may disagree.
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