Because you like Charlie Kelmeckis in The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Aimee Finecky has big dreams, but she's too busy taking care of everyone else's desires. See them in The Spectacular Now.
Despite the undeniably awful turn her life has taken, Rachel handles herself with remarkable grace. See them in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl .
Quentin has his whole life mapped out. It might sound boring, but he likes boring. See them in Paper Towns.
Park feels like an outsider everywhere he goes, but he doesn't know if he wants to try fitting in anymore. See them in Eleanor and Park .
As Marlena Rosenbluth is finding out, confidence in the limelight doesn't always translate to power at home. See them in Water for Elephants.
Margo loves mysteries so much that she becomes one. See them in Paper Towns.
Charming and confident, Gus Waters is determined to leave a lasting mark on the world. See them in The Fault in Our Stars.
Susie Salmon has a big heart, even though it's not beating anymore. See them in The Lovely Bones.
John Tyree has survived heavy gunfire and aggressive enemy soldiers. But can he handle a girl? See them in Dear John.
Intelligent and compassionate, Hazel Lancaster would rather face things, even bad things, than sugarcoat the truth. See them in The Fault in Our Stars.
Cassie Sullivan is resilient and resourceful, but she's not quite as brave as she pretends to be. See them in The 5th Wave.
Jack's big imagination is never limited by his incredibly cramped surroundings. See them in Room.