Over 1 million people have read Wonder and have fallen in love with Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face. Now readers will have a chance to hear from the book’s most controversial character—Julian.
From the very first day Auggie and Julian met in
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really liked it
I absolutely loved ‘Wonder’ and think that everyone should read/listen to it at least once. However, with all of the different viewpoints offered, I felt like one of the most important POVs had been skipped. As much as I detested Julian in ‘Wonder’, I really wanted to know exactly what made him such a mean kid. How does a child learn to behave so hatefully?
Apparently, I wasn’t the only person that felt that Julian’s POV was needed. Immediately upon finishing ‘Wonder’, I went in search of Julian’
One mistake does not define you.
I didn’t expect to like this story as much as I did. Mostly because I hated Julian in Wonder. But this story actually made me like the kid a bit more (I still don’t quite like him, but I don’t hate him either, so that’s something). It was nice to see him developing and growing as a character.
I really hope that the other two stories are as good as this one, because I’m not ready to say goodbye to these really wonderful characters.
I read Wonder about two years ago, so when I found out that there were short stories that went with the book I had to read them. I was very impressed by the Julian chapter. I didn’t think it would be as good as it was. I loved the story his grandmother shared and how it connected to him so well.