The Outsiders audiobook is well-known among young adult readers. The Outsiders audiobook depicts the narrative of Ponyboy Curtis, a 14-year-old boy, and his elder brothers. The brothers are orphans who fight to stay together in their working-class East Side neighbourhood. They are members of the Greasers, a gang of aggressive working-class street lads.
The Outsiders audiobook begins with Ponyboy is walking home when a gang of socials, the Westside wealthy teenagers ambushed him. Greasers, on the other hand, despise Socs since they once beat up Ponyboy’s greaser pal.
In The Outsiders audiobook free, Ponyboy and Johnny go to the cinema with Danny Winston the next night and hit on two Soc females. The action nearly culminates in a brawl with the girls’ boyfriends. Darry screams and smacks Ponyboy as he gets home late. To cool off, Johnny takes Ponyboy for a walk, and they end up fighting with Soc lads. Johnny kills Bob with a deadly stabbing. They flee and run to inform Dally, who shows them a church where they may hide.
In The Outsiders audiobook free, Johnny and Ponyboy spend a few days hiding in the church. Dally and the lads go to eat, but when they return, the church is on fire. Ponyboy had left a cigarette burning, and the youngsters who were having a picnic nearby were now in danger. They run in to help, but Johnny is injured and gets a fractured back. While in the hospital, Johhny dies. After stealing a shop, Dally allows himself to be murdered by police in a shootout. Ponyboy’s grades suffer as a result of his inability to cope with the deaths of his friends. He chooses to create a narrative about his experiences to show children that it is always good in the world.
S. E. Hinton wrote The Outsiders audiobook.
Susan Eloise Hinton was born on July 22, 1948. He is an American author best known for her young-adult novels set in Oklahoma, including The Outsiders, which she wrote in high school and published in 1967. Moreover, Hinton gets credit for popularising the young adult category.
She won the American Library Association’s inaugural Margaret Edwards Award in 1988 for her overall contribution to teen writing. Furthermore, The University of Tulsa welcomed her into Phi Beta Kappa in 1992, and Oklahoma State University–Tulsa honoured her into the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame at the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers in 1998.
Hinton gained a national name as the author of The Outsiders, her first and most successful novel when she was still in her teens. She started writing it in 1965. The Greasers and the Socs, two competing gangs at Will Rogers High School, inspired the novel, as did her desire to empathise with the Greasers by writing from their perspective. Since then, the book has sold over 14 million copies and continues to sell more than 500,000 copies every year.
Hinton’s publisher advised her that as the narrator of the book was a man, Hinton should only use her first initials to avoid alienating guys who would not typically read books written by women. After that, Hinton opted to continue writing and publishing under her initials after the popularity of The Outsiders because she can’t afford to lose what she had made popular and to keep her private and public life separate. She now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with her husband, software developer David Inhofe.
The narrator of The Outsiders audiobook is Jim Fyfe.
The length of The Outsiders audiobook is 5 hours and 8 minutes.
Listening Library published The Outsiders audiobook on 07/22/2004.