The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky

This book was really awkward at the beginning and it took me a while to become comfortable with the way Charlie introduces us to the past and present of his life and his emotions. 

But once you get to know him, it all falls right into place - nothing about his words, expression, feelings or actions is strange. It becomes normal and sweet and clumsy and very emotional. I guess that's just the way he discovers life itself - by making mistakes and trying to fix them, by facing his demons and trying to defeat them. Just like everybody else...