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The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
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These struggles kept me going, and every character changed. One grew up, one learned the meaning of life, an the other learned what family meant. Everyone connected in a very special way. Some people even risked their life for others. I like dthis book, but not enough to say i loved it. It had a meaning and a purpose, but only one climax, and it didn't build enough. It was short, and not veary clear. It switched to very boring side stuff, that were somehow supposed to connect with the climax. Overall, i think there could've been more climax, and bigger stuff happening. A lot of problems were with him, which is deeper, but sometimes not as interesting. I liked speak better, and it was even more emotional. I couldn't really connect to this book, or Ponyboy, but i could still read it and feel it emotionally!
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Reading Progress

10/30/2011 page 42
23.0% "9-9:45 p.1-42 October 30th"
11/01/2011 page 90
50.0% "9-9:50 from p.42-90 November 1st"

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706sarah It was okayy, but i wanted more action!!


706sarah Why is Darry feeling responsible for the family?


706sarah STEP UP DARRY!!!!


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