Buy Online at low price from Helmet Don-The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Paperback: 224 pages ISBN-10: 1451696191 Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Media Tie-In edition (14 August 2012) Reading level: 12+ years‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ is an epistolary novel, where the narrator is a young introvert boy called Charlie. The story revolves around series of letters written by Charlie to an anonymous person mentioning his experiences. Though shy and sensitive in nature, Charlie is an intelligent boy with unconventional thinking capabilities. His first letters starts with Charlie mentioning about suicide of his Middle School’s friend and death of his favourite aunt Helen and how these tragic incidents have took toll in his life. Charlie befriends two seniors Patrick and Sam and ends up indulging in alcohol and other drugs with Sam. In the meantime, Charlie also learns about his sister having relationship with an abusive guy and eventually getting pregnant. The flashback of his aunt dying in car crash stops haunting Charlie, as he starts enjoying company of his friends and Sam. While playing Truth and Dare, he is asked to kiss the prettiest girl in the room; he kisses Sam for which he faces neglect from the group. Flashback returns. Will Charlie be ever able to get control over his life? Will he be able to get his friends back? What turns did Charlie’s life take and how he battled to overcome it? A story filled with drama and lots of emotions, including, friendship, first love and sexuality- The Perks of Being a Wallflower. About the author: Stephen Chbosky is an American screenwriter, novelist and film-producer. Born in 25th January, 1970, Stephen Chbosky is best known for his novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which is listed as a New York Best Selling Novel. Published in 1st Feb 1999, the book sold 100,000 copies in print in year 2000.
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