I wrote this in English for no reason what-so-ever.. Enjoy.
I haven't read an enormous amount of books in my life, but out of all the novels I've read, I have to say that The Perks Of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky was the best and most affective. A good friend that I've known for almost four years now suggested this book to me. Although this book was a little advanced for my age, and was read by older people, I decided to take the challenge in advancing my literature. I'm very satisfied with my decsion.
I'm not really known as being a faster reader, but with this book, I couldn't help it, I didn't want to put the book down. I was drawn to the book because I could somewhat relate to the book. Although I wasn't really sure how, I know I must. Sometimes I felt like in one of my faded past memories, I invited Chbosky into my life to observe the chemistry, maybe determine my future. Or maybe that book is determining my future. Who knows? I don't.
I've heard so many interpretations of the book, that lately I've been trying to figure out my own. I think I most likely agree with my friends Corey, Jenn, and Abbie. This doesn't surprise me because all those people remind me of a character in the book. In my opinion, Corey is like Patrick, and Jenn and Abbie are like Sam. There is one person in my life that nobody would expect to be like Same, but in my opinion, they are. For that person's privacy, I will leave them anonymous. I wish I had a life that one day could be wrote about, and change somebodys life, as Charlie's changed mine. But thats just a dream, and dreams never come true.
This book contributed to my advice, as well as quotes. This book contains famous quotes such as, "I need to know these people are real." and "I am both happy and sad, and I am still trying to figure out how that could be" and the most famous, "And at that moment, I could swear we were infinite." To people whom haven't read the book, or go day by day, with perfect lives, or just don't know good literaturewhen they read it, those quotes mean nothing. Lucky for me, I have read the book, and I don't have a perfect life, and I know good literature when I see it. I feel bad for the people who miss out due to their disabilities in any of those sections. Really, I do.
At some point in everyones life, I believe someway they can relate to something in the book, wether it be a section, a paragraph, a sentence, a word, or the whole book, it supports my belief. My belief that, whatever race, orientation, or gender you are, you can relate to the opposite. It's this reason why most people that read the book, no matter what situtation they're in, like it.
I have suggested "The Perks" to people, as it was suggested to me. I'm happy with the results, and I hope it continues to spread wether it spreads one square mile, or up the coastline, it's satisfying.
So here I am, in my English period, thinking, watching "Huck and Fin" thinking how angelic this has been for me.