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Outsiders

"The outsiders" 

i just recently read this book and i thought it was amazing!!!!:smileyhappy: Who else agrees?

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Golden_Reader12
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Re: Outsiders

I read that book in ninth grade and I thought it was pretty good, very sad though. Did you read it for school or on your own?
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Re: Outsiders

school. it was really good though:smileyhappy:
You always get your happy ending
If you're not happy...then it's not the end
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Duncan-lover-4eva
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Re: Outsiders

Yeah I had to read that when I was in 7th grade...good book.
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SpunkiiReader
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i read it in 7th grade and that was like 9 years ago. its a classic one of my favs def. watch the movie, of course the book is always better but the movie was great and it has tom cruise and patrick swazey
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i read the Outsiders on my own a few years ago because my aunt and my friend really liked it, and i thought it was great. it made me cry. nobody warned me it was sad. (:
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