But yeah, that's basically what the book is, all angsty and reflective. And I can imagine why someone wouldn't like it, but I did. It was really different from anything I'd read, it was like a liberation to read something written in such a personal, natural style. I liked the main character too, he's a boy after my own heart. Reading the book has also taught me quite some, there are some interesting trains of thought in there. I recommend everyone at least try to read it, it's not difficult at all and far from a waste of time. But, as I said, I can understand why you wouldn't like it.
Which books do you like, then?