The Outsiders Book Review
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The Outsiders book review

S. E. Hinton
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Title: The Outsiders

Author: S. E. Hinton

Average number of words per page: more than 100

758 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 8.55/10.0
758 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 6.13/10.0

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Book review by: Kristy
age: 13

Review submitted on 04/21/2008 at 15:28:36

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Kristy writes the following about The Outsiders :
This book is spactacular! I have never read a book so awsome in my life!. Ponyboy curtis lives with his two older brothers in the north side( witch he claims to be the greasers side)Because there parents died in an auto wreck. Then one day the socs (witch he claims to be the north side rich kids) that are always messing with the grasers take there fighting too far and tries to kill ponyboy, but his best friend Johnny didnt let that happen and did something that he regretted but did it for his friend. From that point on everything went horrible. they had to run away to a church and stay there. While they are there the church caughts fire and little kids were trapped inside, and did the bravest, dumbest thing that caused them to be called "delinquent heroes". But it also caused Johnny to be in the hospital with a broken back and third degree burns. Will Johnny survive? the only way of finding out is if you read this book, i recommend this book to all ages. This book shows the love beetween a group of friends and how far they go to help each, and do anything for each other, and proves that there isnt such thing as socs and greasers but people in the same world.
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