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The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
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Jul 12, 07

bookshelves: young-adult
Read in March, 2007

Highly emotion and moving. I would recommend this for anyone that doesn't have a heart of ice.
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Tony Shows up a lot on the ALA "Most Challenged" lists... I read it for my book group and wrote on Amazon, "...one of those paradoxical books that isn't objectively all that great, and yet managed to provoke fairly strong reaction in everyone I know who read it, and was a great springboard for conversation.�... not a great book, there's a lot of really cheezy bits, and one has to suspend a great deal of disbelief. And yet Chbosky does manage to pull off some very nice and sometimes quite funny writing about family, friendship, and figuring oneself out.�"


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