❄ That Was Then, This Is Now kindle Epub ❦ Author S.E. Hinton – Anguillais.us

That Was Then, This Is Now Does Growing Up Have To Mean Growing Apart Since Childhood, Bryon And Mark Have Been As Close As Brothers Now Things Are Changing Bryon S Growing Up, Spending A Lot Of Time With Girls, And Thinking Seriously About Who He Wants To Be Mark Still Just Lives For The Thrill Of The Moment The Two Are Growing Apart Until Bryon Makes A Shocking Discovery About Mark Then Bryon Faces A Terrible Decision One That Will Change Both Of Their Lives Forever.

❄ That Was Then, This Is Now  kindle Epub ❦ Author S.E. Hinton – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 159 pages
  • That Was Then, This Is Now
  • S.E. Hinton
  • English
  • 01 January 2018
  • 0140389660

    10 thoughts on “❄ That Was Then, This Is Now kindle Epub ❦ Author S.E. Hinton – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I read this so long ago I don t remember everything that happened throughout very clearly All I know is that it left me feeling strange and not a good kind of strange More of an empty, emotionally drained kind of strange Now, I realize that many books that invoke such emotions are usually very good books I admit to shedding many a tear over this book...


  2. says:

    See, everyone s talking about how the ending is wonderfully dark and hopeless and brave in its horror.Well, I think it s bullshit.I think Mark is gorgeous inside and outside, and fearless and clever and slightly twisted and dead sexy, and I think Bryon is a flighty, selfish, irrational dick And I m pissed about it.You know what I d love right now I d love to have a book about Mark Just Mark How he grew up and grew harder, what he felt for Bryon an...


  3. says:

    This book is heartbreaking I read it years ago and wanted to read it again Want to know the reason why it took me years to read it again Because I cried my eyes out when I finished it the first time, that it has taken me this long to be able to read it again The heartbreak was still there when I reached the end, but it was a memory of the original heartbreak I didn t cry the second tim...


  4. says:

    Do yourself a favor and skip the crap movie with, um, one of the Estevez brothers, I forget which one This YA is actually pretty powerful, if rather bleak, because unlike the movie, the novel doesn t cop out by giving the audience a phony happy ending.


  5. says:

    Every bit as punching no pun intended as The Outsiders, but with a much darker ending It was great to see cameos of the characters from The Outsiders The different perspective on Curtis was a nice touch Hinton s writing style made a noticeable improvement Which is saying a lot While she was fantastic in The Outsiders, this book made her points a lotsubtle with the exception of the titled line She made no great effort to foreshadow events, yet everything fell into a logical line o Every bit as punching no pun intended as The Outsiders, but with a much darker ending It was great to see cameos of the characters from The Outsiders The different perspective on Curtis was a nice touch Hinton s writing style made a noticeable improvement Which is saying a lot While she was fantastic in The Outsiders, this book made her points a lotsubtle with the exception of the titled...


  6. says:

    You know E L James read this book, and thought that if S E Hinton could write a fan fiction of her own book, then why shouldn t I BackStageStoryIn the end of the book, author S E Hinton writesI have had readers write me saying After reading That Was Then, I threw it against the wall Miss Hinton, in our culture, we don t throw books We ban burn them We are taught to respect them, but had I had a hardcopy of this book, I wouldn t mind doing what your other dedicated readers did B You know E L James read this book, and thought that if S E Hinton could write a fan fiction of her own book, then why shouldn t I BackStageStoryIn the end of the book, author S E Hinton writesI have had readers write me saying After reading That Was Then, I threw it against the wall Miss Hinton, in our culture, we don t throw books We ban burn them We are taught to respect them, but had I had a hardcopy of this book, I wouldn t mind doing what your other dedicated readers did But then, I saved trees, na, so no probs I definitely would not hate it that much, if I had not read The Outsiders, and if it were my first book by Hinton Let s just put that argument aside Let s just imagine that Outsiders doesn t exist or I ve not read that book Well, even then it is bad Just plain bad Now I understand why J D Salinger never wrote any other novel except than the Catcher in the Rye Smarty fella, not a phony like this HintoOkay, I ll stop bashing the author Let s discuss the book instead, shall...


  7. says:

    I think I ve read The Outsiders at least 6 times but strangely I ve never read any other of Hinton s books until now I picked this one up at the library for 1 and I m very glad I did It s just as gritty and real as Outsiders but it s time period is set a bit later Not too late for Ponyboy to make a cameo appearance though.It s fun even reading that name As a parent of a teenager andon their way there it was a good reminder of all the crazy emotions of that age My favorite part is C I think I ve read The Outsiders at least 6 times but strangely I ve never read any other of Hinton s books until now I picked this one up at the library for 1 and I m very glad I did It s just as gritty and real as Outsiders but it s time period is set a bit later Not too late for Ponyboy to make a cameo appearance though.It s fun even reading that name As a parent of a teenage...


  8. says:

    What an emotional roller coaster.I remember reading this in high school, but I couldn t remember anything about the story Until almost the end of the book and then I knew everything Ugh, what a mess it ended up being.Seems likethan one person lost their mind.


  9. says:

    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 In reading about the author, she said that as a teen she was not satisfied with what was available for her to read so she did something about it and as a consequence she wrote literature relevant to and for a young adult audience 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 In reading about the author, she said that as a teen she was not satisfied with what was available for her to read so she did something about it and as a consequence she wrote literature relevant to and for a young adult audience Of course, the frankness and bold honesty over the...


  10. says:

    The Outsiders is one of the most important books in YA history 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 With The Outsiders, Hinton paved the way for authors who took teenagers seriously as an audience to write about important issues Do you like books like The Perks of Being a Wallf The Outsiders is one of the most important books in YA history 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 With The Outsiders, Hinton paved the way for authors who took teenagers seriously as an audience to write about important issues Do you like books like The Perks of Being a Wallflower or The Fault in Our Stars Well, they wouldn t be possible without Hinton s influence Books can be influential without being good, but I m happy to say that I did moderately enjoy The Outsid...

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