Composed as a progression of letters from Charlie to a mysterious beneficiary, it nearly feels like you’re perusing Charlie’s private journal—shameful, we know. The book’s straight to the point delineations of adolescent sexuality, homosexuality, medications and liquor, self destruction, and basically everything else on the control list have driven Perks to the ALA’s entryway numerous a period. In any case, Perks doesn’t glamorize these issues, nor does it get all after-school-specialy. Rather, it finds an unpretentious center ground that truly makes us think.
What is The Perks of Being a Wallflower About and Why Should I Care?
Except if you’re a visually impaired Martian with a conjoined twin raising tortoises with your grandchildren in the Galapagos Islands (and most likely regardless of whether you will be), you can discover something to identify with in this book. This is particularly obvious on the off chance that you didn’t have that reflexive, flawless secondary school experience that each one of those yearbook and prom photos make you think you had.