Recommended by Annie Somerhalder

Annie Somerhalder
Guys, firstly, I would love to congratulate the author. She had great creativity and really let her mind reach the characters' deepest feelings. Well, each chapter brings a new story, about different characters' Christmas. It's as if you see the story after the entire book unfolds. We see the true "literary magic of Christmas" pass before our eyes. I liked all the chapters and I recommend them because it is an adventure, where we should all have the opportunity to go on adventures.
"GOOD" and "WELL"

"Good" is an adjective. "Well" is an adverb. Ex.: The food tastes good. She speaks English well.

"LED" and "LEAD"

"Led" is the past tense of the verb "to lead." "Lead" can be a verb meaning to guide or a noun referring to a type of metal. Ex.: She led the team to victory. He will lead the project. The pipes are made of lead.

Recommended by Keira Everdeen

Keira Everdeen
I just loved this fic. You know, I had the feeling that I hadn't read all the pages of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, that a real epilogue was missing. In short: I was not satisfied. I needed to know what Charlie's life would be like in a few years and when I read this story I finally felt at peace, because it was exactly the life I wished for him. That's why I'm recommending it here, a story doesn't have to be long It has to be enough, and this was. Very good, read it if, like me, you felt incomplete after finishing Stephen Chbosky's work.