That must've been what I liked about it, then xD
@Heil Grammatik: It's been a while since I've read Catcher in the Rye, but I agree with you on the writing style. Otherwise, I really like how the protagonist is portrayed as the antihero, and how he captures the essence of teen rebellion, angst, and all that good stuff.
Today I started reading this book called One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. I doubt most people here have heard of it. I don't fully understand what it's about yet (the book doesn't have a proper blurb for some reason. Probably because its dust jacket's missing. Frickin' school library), but so far it seems to have something to do with a guy called Shukhov who's stuck in a Stalinist work camp in Siberia for reasons that haven't been explained yet. It seems quite interesting so far even though I've only read up to page thirteen (don't blame me, the text is really small and my friend kept pestering me while I was trying to read it xD) and, as I've said, I don't fully understand what's going on.