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Maakt dat The Perks tot een slecht boek? Lists with This Dr. If they like their jobs. No, no lo hace. A wallflower is someone with an introverted personality type who will attend parties and social gatherings, but will usually distance themselves from the crowd sser actively avoid being in the limelight.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is not the contemporary Catcher in the Rye which is referenced multiple times that it is reputed to be. I am not as pugnacious as not to be won over by excellent writing, characterisation and this oh so black and dry sense of humour.

Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky (2 star ratings)

Being a social invizible he brings with him a clear-sighted quality that cuts through the gloss and superficiality that surrounds high school interactions. While it has faint undertones of films like American BeautyThe Breakfast Club and Cruel Intentionsit doesn’t have nearly the same amount of authenticity, wit or down-to-earth simple humbleness that makes those stories work well.


It makes this book feel quite mischievous. Due to the way the novel was written, the narrative only retold the events Charlie experienced and thus may not accurately render the dialogue, but this cannot be an excuse for conversations being portrayed unrealistically and with a weird, odd undertone.

It certainly validates everybody’s teen angst in every respect, and if you’re fifteen years old, friendless and confused and unsure of who you are as a person, it reassures you that you’re not alone. Pero siempre llega el momento de entrar en escena y ver el mundo desde dentro. All I can remember is feeling very sick and very overwhelmed during my reading process.

But here in Germany, it is certainly not that easy. It is possible that the author of this book sat down and thought to himself, “Alright, I have this kid – now let me try to put him through every adolescent situation that a suburban white teen faces.

Why does it have an epilogue then? Bueno, menos una pareja. How old is this kid anyway? I will definitely be reading it again sometime in the future. Love, Shirley This review also appears on my blog Books on Marrs.

My sister is very pretty and mean to boys and she is in the middle.

Las ventajas de ser invisible

Todo el mundo lo dice y lo ha dicho siempre. Now, just two days back, I watched the film again -in HD and not blurred and barely comprehensible quality thankyouverymuch- and I was thinking to myself: Overall, I felt that Charlie was a rather forgettable character.

Selected songs from the Wallflower mixtape. A veces, mi padre la llama guapa, pero ella no lo escucha. View onvisible 26 comments. El chico al que le gusta mi hermana siempre es respetuoso con mis padres. The exploration of adolescence in 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.


Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky (3 star ratings)

Charlie’s introverted personality is what first and foremost lured me into picking this up; and whereas the movie turned out to be delightfully exquisite and moving, the book —strangely enough— did not.

He has his first cigarette. This book is written in letters to an anonymous “friend. Published March by Alfaguara first published February Bueno, hasta que se fue a la universidad a principios del verano. There’s a chance this won’t make sense at all because I’m just gonna blabber.

I can really see why this book is such a huge part of people’s lives because it deals with almost every issue a teenager can go through and it deals with them in an authentic and honest way. I look at the teachers and wonder why they’re here. No pretendo nada malo con esto. I realize that this particular book means a lot to a lot of people, and I’m not saying lzs wrong or stupid for enjoying it, I just didn’t personally like it myself.