AllReaders is a user-sourced site, collecting reviews from the general public. Yet unlike Ponyboy, Bryon is a player with the girls, self-assured and a risk taker. Rising Action Mark and Bryon were at the pool bar, when two Texans challenge them to a pool game. He resentfully remarks that the home was built by slave labor. Juana tells Kino that the pearl will destroy them, but Kino insists that the pearl is their one chance and that tomorrow they will sell it.
When mark arrived to the house Bryon ask him why did he have those pipes and that drug. But there's a special place in my heart for The Outsiders mostly due to the movie, and that's that. Hinton did a great job with suspense and twists. And yet I also understand Mark, though he's quite different from Byron. Yet there's no profanity outside of an occasional hell or damn, and rough language is even commented on by our protagonists. Bryon is profoundly affected, and makes changes to the way he acts and even dresses.
This section contains 998 words approx. This shows that Bryon is starting to realize how the world really is, and that people may not who they really seem they are. The ending broke my heart and threw out the pieces. He's serious but has fun if it's hassling or just being the cool kid. They talked for a while but they didn't know that some people were watching them. Mark still just lives for the thrill of the moment. The book if it didn't have the ending it does would've probably been a three there isn't truly a moment I'm on the edge of my seat, but how much drama can you expect from a short story? As Mark recuperates, he tells Bryon he worries about the gang falling apart.
Change, for the most part, is supposed to make us uncomfortable at times, but it's how we adapt to us that helps us grow and learn as people. But I was not satisfied. I doubt it was the first book to portray poverty and gang violence among teenagers realistically, but it was the first to get popular, and it hugely expanded the boundaries of what books for kids could do, in a way that's never been done before or since. It's almost impossible not to compare this to The Outsiders because it's set in the same town and Ponyboy and the Shepard brothers make appearances. Bella begins engaging in dangerous behavior, such as riding a motorcycle, to trigger the illusions. But at the last read, his self-image was weak and he was only just starting to believe in himself, his story.
The judge mistakenly thinks the rug was burned in addition to being soiled and destroyed. Bryon feels caught in the middle. That's my kind of yarn, right there. He realizes that Mark has been getting all of his money from drug dealing. The climax of the story has the bride coming into thefilled church with her bridal gown covered with the blood of herlovers.
Harris has Sartoris called to testify before the court. Well, I think it's bullshit. The dude's cool as a fan. Harris for proof that Mr. Of course, the frankness and bold honesty over the years h It really is amazing to me that this author, a female, can get into the head of a male teenager, to such a degree that she so completely reveals his thoughts, his actions, his justifications, his excuses, etc.
The other is that the mother-in-law, allows herto live, because the knowledge that her actions led to the death ofboth lovers, will punish her for life. The next day, the family arrives at its new home and begins unloading the wagon. Presuming that Bella is dead, Alice rushes to Forks to check on Charlie Swan , Bella's father. Bryon experiences a lot of things like, gang violence, death, and depression. Kino and Juana travel that night, and rest during the day. Hinton just doesn't seem to have a good idea of what she wants to say here. While unwrapping a gift, she gets a paper cut.
Then Bryon faces a terrible decision - one that will change both of their lives forever. It was emotional, breathtaking, and shocking! He sees his ex-girlfriend at the dance, , who dumped him to pursue. I think that was the point, but it made for a dispiriting read. And, lack of developing the story on this point really makes you only half appreciate the characters and their conflicts and in this case, not even their resolution. After that talk Cathy decided to break up with Bryon, a few month later she started dating Curtis. I like Bryon, because the more he has life long experiences, the more he starts to realize reality. Lakambini- antagonist of the story.
During the journey of Bryon and Mark, that is. There's no way for a character to feel like a real person when their character traits are being constantly shoved down our throats. Charlie: He works in the bar and is always telling Mark that he needs to pay up. And yes, they unfortunately acquiesced to the Hollywood happy ending, and in the sappiest way, despite all of the problems that the characters endure. She improves a lot between ages 16 and 20, but some of the minor annoyances are still there. While she was fantastic in The Outsiders, this book made her points a lot more subtle with the exception of the titled line.
Juan Tomas, the brother of Kino, asks him what he will do with his money, and he envisions getting married to Juana in a church and dressing Coyotito in a yachting cap and sailor suit. Mark still just lives for the thrill of the moment. The boy, however, harbors no ill will for his attackers. Reztizos Characters: Sinag-tala- a 16 year old basket weaver and the daughter of Pirang Kawayan. All I know is that it left me feeling strange and not a good kind of strange. Its a great short read that will alter your soul. The different perspective on Curtis was a nice touch.