The Catcher in the Rye is a very brilliant, meaningful with the utmost sense of humor, written by J. D. Salinger that intrigued millions of readers around the world who love reading books and have a passion for novels. The novel talks about a 16 years old child, who lives in New York named Holden Caufield. The novel introduces his journey and what he went through on his way to adulthood, leaving his school in Pennsylvania and going underground in New York City for three days. Holden's personality is simple and yet complex since he was born in a world that strongly lacks love for beauty. The Catcher in the Rye is an amazing work and represents an accurate depiction of a teenager's mindset, and it is very relatable for today's teenagers who share similar cynics. If you dive into the depths of the novels and try to understand their meaning by reading behind the lines, you will enjoy its tragedy. This novel reinforces the idea of the day-to-day struggle of teenagers and how it is up to them to find solutions for themselves and make it through. It is filled with humor, great plot, magnificent dialogue, and the main character is very unique in that it makes you very attached to it. On top of that, is relatable in a lot of topics and characteristics. It is a timeless gem and a must-read novel if you are into very deep perspectives.