Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a very interesting story about a high school boy called Holden. At the beginning of the story, Holden is annoyed in several situations so he decides to go to New York. Holden tends to do "adult things" but his mind just becomes more and more chaotic. I don't really like the ending of this book because it was unclear as to what happened to Holden. Although this book is slightly complicated, I liked reading and understanding how the world is presented to Holden, his love for his sister and Jane will never change, while everyone else is dirty and complexed. He has to deal with who he is, death of his brother, relationships with everyone, and most importantly, himself. Because of the people he cares about, he has to suffer all the pain himself and hide it deep down his heart. People should definitely read this book, the thoughts Holden has will never get you to stop thinking about our society!