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posts on 6/19/2006 2:30:56 PM I'll probably get stoned for saying this...but i didn't like the book, for 3 reasons 1. they used the word "sad" way to much....there are a billion of synonymous for sad and it bothered me when he said, "that made me feel sad" 2. Incidentally- overused 3. the boy was a pussy and cried all the time but turned into some great hero when it came to fighting.
posts on 6/12/2006 4:20:39 AM does anyone know Stephen Chbosky malling addreess...this is important
posts on 6/10/2006 3:45:19 PM Beautiful. Favorite Book By Far I read it in 2 days, and i was kind of pissed off i finished it because it was over and now i compare it to other books, and none seem even mediocre in comparison. read this book its amazing

posts on 6/7/2006 4:43:52 PM This book was amazing! I couldn't put it down. it wonderfully described growing up and the beauty of the world. while reading this book i felt infinate.
posts on 5/29/2006 8:40:27 PM I know this will like probably never happen, but if The Perks of Being a Wallflower was made into a movie, who would you want to see play the parts? I was thinking River Phoniex for Charlie (I know hes dead), Natalie Portman for Sam, and I couldnt think of anyone for Patrick. On MTV's Road Rules a couple of season's ago there was a guy named Patrick. While I was reading I pictured him.
posts on 5/29/2006 8:13:01 PM This book is by far my favorite book I have ever read. A teacher reccomended we not read it, because it is not to our age level. We all know what everything means were not stupid. We took it off our teachers desk when she wasnt there and we wrote down the title & author. It's the best book i've ever read. I cried at the end. My favorite book ever :]
posts on 5/28/2006 11:27:51 AM i think everyone should read this book. it is so wonderful in its own unique way. i love the vibe it gives off and the wonderful morals you can take away from it. it is somewhat humorous & it's also very heavy.An excellent book. hands down. i leant it to my english teacher and she loved it as well.
posts on 5/24/2006 12:03:34 PM i found this book to be amazingly good.. just as one review said, it was relatable and had good points of humor.. so in technicallity it must be a good book, but i thought it was more then that. this book was good in pointing out that life is beautiful. now i look for the moments where i feel infinate.. and know that life is meant to be partaken in and not to be wasted. however, though, i think that sometimes its ok to just sit back and observe life, because how can one truly appreciate the beauty of the world if we're too busy to stop and pay attention. i love this book and i hope that anyone who is to read it doesn't just read it and pay attention to the story. there is so much more, and i would strongly suggest everyone to read it and appreciate the things you can get from it. i know i have.
posts on 5/22/2006 8:17:07 AM Well i loved this book i dont read that much the only time i do is if i have to and when my friend said i should read this book i thought it was going to be a waste of my time but i loved it i could put it down i got introuble for reading it in class.Im still talking about it to this day and if anybody asks me for a good book its the only one i can say. Im tryin to get my boyfriend to read it now. I haven't picked up a book nearly as good as this one. Keep writing, telling all my friends about it.
posts on 5/21/2006 11:33:58 PM what do you think the authors message was...while writing this book?
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