I remember that when I first read Wonder, I had WONDERED what the story would be like from Julian's perspective. I gave this book two stars because it was almost exactly the same as Wonder. I was curious to know what Julian had to say, but I feel like R.J. Polacio only wrote it because readers wanted to hear from Julian's point of view. I think the story would have been better if it was in Wonder, and not in a seperate book. Please know that I'm not saying Wonder was a bad book. I read Wonder at least five times, I loved it so much. But I don't think that it was necessary for R.J. Polacio to write this one. 365 Days of Wonder was a good book because it had a lot of prefects, and it went with the story, but not too much like in the Julian chapter. Anyhow, this is what the Julian Chapter is about. The Julian Chapter is basically Wonder from Julian's perspective. If you don't remember from Wonder, is the bully who gets punched by Jack Will. In the book, I feel like R.J. Polacio skipped some moments that were written in Wonder which I would have loved to read about from Julian's chapter. And although she tells why Julian wouldn't come back to Beecher Prep, I feel like instead at the end she should have made Julian decide to go back to Beecher and try again the next year. And have a big reason to. I was very dissapointed with the book. After reading Wonder I thought The Julian Chapter would have been better than what I read. Sorry for the super LOOOOOOOONG review! Thanks for reading.