The Outsiders Audiobook – By S. E. Hinton

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The Outsiders Audiobook is a transitioning novel by S. E. Hinton, first distributed in 1967 by Viking Press. Hinton was 15 when she began composing the novel; in any case, she did the vast majority of the work when she was 16 and a lesser in secondary school. Hinton was 18 when the book was distributed.

The Outsiders Audiobook – Details And Review:

Name: The Outsiders Audiobook
Author: S. E. Hinton.
Published: 1967
Series: None.
Genre: Novel, Young, Fiction, Drama, Bildungsroman.
Rating: 4.1 Star Review

The outsiders Audiobook

On November 5, 2019, BBC News recorded The Outsiders Unabridged Audiobook on its rundown of the 100 most powerful books. It received great reviews from the readers.

Plot Review:

Ponyboy Curtis, a teenaged individual from a free group of “greasers”, is leaving a cinema when he is bounced by “Socs”, the greasers’ opponent posse. A few greasers, including Ponyboy’s two more established siblings—the fatherly Darry and the well-known Sodapop, act the hero.

The following evening, Ponyboy and two greaser companions, the solidified Dally and the calm Johnny, meet Cherry and Marcia, a couple of Soc young ladies, at a drive-in cinema. Cherry rejects Dally’s inconsiderate advances, yet Ponyboy winds up talking commonly with Cherry, sincerely interfacing with a Soc without precedent for his life.

A while later, Ponyboy, Johnny, and their joking companion Two-Bit start to walk Cherry and Marcia home, when they are halted by Cherry’s beau Bob, who gravely beat up Johnny a couple of months back. Sway and the greaser’s trade insults, yet Cherry forestalls a battle by readily leaving with Bob.

About the Author:

Susan Eloise Hinton (conceived July 22, 1948) is an American author most popular for her young-grown-up books (YA) set in Oklahoma, particularly The Outsiders (1967), which she composed during secondary school.

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