The Outsiders Kindle Fire by SE Hinton
Click Here to Download the Book According to Ponyboy, there are two kinds of people in the world: greasers and socs. A soc (short for "social") has money, can get away with just about anything, and has an attitude longer than a limousine. A greaser, on the other hand, always lives on the outside and needs to watch his back. Ponyboy is a greaser, and he's always been proud of it, even willing to rumble against a gang of socs for the sake of his fellow greasers--until one terrible night when his friend Johnny kills a soc. The murder gets under Ponyboy's skin, causing his bifurcated world to crumble and teaching him that pain feels the same whether a soc or a greaser.
Reviews This is easily in my top-ten favorite books list and it always will be. I read this entire novel in the bathtub one evening in eighth grade, the water turning cold and my toes wrinkling as I became engulfed in the heartbreaking tale of young Ponyboy Curtis, born into a wolrd where he didn't belong but couldn't abandon. I can't begin to list the good things about this book. It instills a sense of family values and sibling love, it has action that keeps you holding your breath until the next page, the characters are three-dimensional and very unique and fun (Johnny the sweetheart, Two-Bit the goofball, Cherry the princess, Sodapop the heartthrob), and I could relate to every sentence. I felt akin to the characters in this book, I felt like they were my friends, and I loved it. The fact that SE Hinton wrote the entire thing when she was younger than me makes the book all the more magical. I really recommend this to everyone- adults, kids, teens, rich, poor, whathaveyou. I will always have a special (golden) place in my heart for this novel.
I read The Outsiders because it was a project in my Language Arts class. One day my teacher told us we were going to be reading a book titled The Outsiders. We had to take notes on the book. The notes were for parts of the book that we found surprising, important, and a question mark if we had any questions about a part we were reading. I read a little bit of it every day until I was done. My opinion on the book The Outsiders was that it was fun and exciting. Ponyboy Curtis told the story really well. It was a well explained book and had a good point of view towards the readers. As the book proceeded I kept on wanting to read it until the end. It was hard to resist when my group told me to slow down and wait for them to catch up! I think all kids should read this book because they can follow easily since it is from a kid's point of view. The book can easily attract kids because it can reach into their interest and fascinate them. Once they start reading The Outsiders, I think that the kids will not want to stop reading it. If they want a good and thrilling book to read, I think The Outsiders would be the perfect book. It has lots of action and is very exciting.
I read the book,The Outsiders, because it was an assignment for my language arts class. I had seen many posters of this book everywhere and the poster seemed intresting by the looks. I also read the book because I had heard of it before by my friends and teachers.I really wanted to see why people liked the book a lot and recommened it to me. I think The Outsiders is a great book becuase it had a bunch of generes into one book. I enjoyed how the book had real life characteres and I understood how their life had been. I think the book was a great example about gangs and how most of the gangs aren't bad as some others are. This book created a feeling for me.I felt as if I were in the main characters position and I felt the feelings they felt.
I recommened this book to any person who wants to read about gang lives or just to read the book about adventure. I also think many middle school language art classes should read this book becuase they should know about what gang life really is. This book made me feel about how I wanna live my life and how people end up who wants to join gangs.
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