So I decided to read a classic today. Flowers For Algernon. Just, wow.So I decided to read a classic today. Flowers For Algernon. Just, wow. Evie #review #classics
It’s so good. I read it in school.
I just never bothered, read it in like 4 hours. What an amazing read.
That is a Grab A Tissue book. So good.
I loved that book
Oh, I was totally crying by the end
It’s so good. I’ve read it a couple times
Great movie, too.
Great book, but so sad!
Too sad for me!?
A great story!
I remember reading it in school. Haven’t read it since then. I remember liking it though.
I read it recently too…….loved it.
My daughter loved that book she wore out her coffee I bought her
Just wow is right. Loved this book.
I believe it was originally a short story and later fleshed out into a novel- but not sure. Anyway, it is incredible. The movie “Awakenings” is so reminiscent of the book.
I read this in high school and it took me forever to get through. Don’t get me wrong it was a great book, but it was hard to get into.
Very cleverly written and touching to the core!
Loved that book! Read it after seeing the movie adaptation, Charley, which was also great with Cliff Robertson.
Now that’s an oldie
Never heard of it. Every time I start a classic, I give up. Unless I’m reading it for school, and have my professor help explain it.
I read that as a required in High school very good but sad. I stay away from sad books now.
Wonderful but sad,very sad
I LOVE that book. Super sad but so insightful and intriguing. Definitely something people should read.
It’s such a good book. I’ve been wanting to re-read it, you’ve inspired me to do so sooner rather than later.
Love that book!
I have a lot saved qoutes from that book❤️
I remember reading it. It affected me so deeply. There’s a movie “Charly” based on the book. 1968 film starring Cliff Robertson who won the Oscar for his portrayal.
I remember reading it in high school and it stuck with me all these years. Excellent book.
I remember that book
Agree. Memorable read
For those looking for an excellent book with mental illness as it’s subject, this is very good.
I didn’t know it was considered a classic. I read it last year and have never been ao disappointed by a book. I thought it had such good potential but at the end was cold and emotionless. One of my least favorite books.