Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Hinton, S. E.
Yes. Four out of five of S. E. Hinton's books have been made into movies.
A hustler. Mark helped him. They went to their friend, Charlie's. They always won lots of money, but they didn't do it often, just in case a police man would come and get them.
Yes. Ponyboy Curtis, from "The Outsiders", is in this one along with the mentioning of "The Ribbon", a street that is a great place to hang out and get into drag races.
Tim and Curly Shepard. It was because they thought Bryon had cut all of Angela's hair off. It was actually Mark who got her drunk and cut it off.
Angela. Angela was mad because Ponyboy wouldn't go out with her.
Ponyboy Curtis. Ponyboy, Sodapop, and Dally are from "The Outsiders".
No. He tried though, he really did.
Charlie. Charlie got shot, though.
Poker-playing. Bryon was the one who called the police when he caught Mark selling drugs! Mark was disappointed.
Drugs. Mark, sadly, had turned to crime to get money.
Mason. Mason and Tex had gotten into a fight because Mason told Tex about selling the horses, even Negrito.
glued cap to the keyboard. Tex had got the idea from Pop; when Pop used to go to school Pop did all those tricks.
Cole. Tex called Jaime so he could get his home number to call Mason. Well, Cole took the phone from Jaime. Cole was the one who called 911.
Cole. Johnny is Tex's best friend. Cole always tried to end the friendship between Johnny and Tex.
Basketball. Mason was the star of the team and he always practiced.
Negrito. Mason sold Negrito so he could provide food for Tex and himself.
Tex gets shot. Tex gets shot because he was leaving and Kelly thought he was a cop. So, Kelly pulled a gun out and Tex jumped to get it out of Kelly's hands.
Connie. Lem married Connie and moved out because their parents didn't like it. Later on he had a son named Lem Jr.
Jaime. Tex loved and liked Jaime but thought she would never feel the same about him. He was wrong.
Mason. Mason and Tex live together because Pop was out of town and had been gone for months on end.
White. The candles must be pure white. This comes up in the story when the hardware store makes a mistake and orders Grenville yellow candles. When Jamie goes to pick them up, he gets very upset over what Grenville will think.
Terrace View. At Terrace View, Dr. McDevitt helps Jamie in his treatment. When Jamie has night terrors, extreme anxiety, and intense fear of the twilight, McDevitt realizes how much work Jamie will need.
A Vampire. At first, Grenville's "condition" is not revealed; it is only hinted. However, after he awakens from the coffin that Jamie opened and bites Jamie on the neck, the reader becomes fully aware of the situation.
Kellen . Kellen, or Kell, is about twenty years older than Jamie. He and Jamie travel the world by ocean. Throughout their travels, they encounter many dangerous and humorous adventures.
She dies.. Early in the book, the reader is told that Jamie's mom gets sick and dies in the hospital. Jamie ends up being taken to an orphanage that is run by overzealous nuns.
Yes. Mark wasn't co-operating in the reformatory so he was sent to state prison.
Red. Red was the man that gave M&M the LSD. His name was Red because of his bright red hair.
spiders. After M&M takes LSD he goes crazy thinking everything is spiders.
Baby Freak. He was called Baby Freak because he was younger then all the other people in the Hippie House.
at the grocery store. Bryon did ask Charlie if he could work in the bar but Charlie refused and Cathy worked at the Hospital in the basement.
Cathy. Bryon told Cathy he loved her and he actually meant it when saying it to Cathy.
Bryon always told girls he loved them but never meant it.