"He's a wallflower." "You see things. You keep quiet about them. And you understand."Reading The perks of being a wallflower in a fifteen year old's POV felt so real. Reading Charlie's letters felt so absolute. The book itself is very honest that it embodies true feelings and emotions from the characters. I certainly say that the book was relatable in a way teenagers get to experience things. I love how the book is entertaining, really. It is lively and pleasant and sad with great amount of each. Basically, the voice itself feels so raw and just. There are a lot of things that I would love to enumerate on how good this book was but I am just lost in thoughts. I love how this book talks about books ad it just made me so curious to read those works that are mentioned.