Hawkes Harbor

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Macmillan, Apr 27, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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The legendary author of The Outsiders returns with her first new novel in more than fifteen years!

An orphan and a bastard, Jamie grew up tough enough to handle almost anything. He survived foreign prisons, smugglers, pirates, gunrunners, and shark attacks. But what he finds in the quote town of Hawkes Harbor, Delaware, was enough to drive him almost insane—and change his life forever.

 

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User Review  - indygo88 - LibraryThing

This one was just...odd. I don't even know where to begin to explain it. The plot was all over the place. The story would begin to take form, and then it would change direction completely. And then ... Read full review

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User Review  - bami210 - LibraryThing

It's not that I didn't like it -- it was just okay. "The Outsiders" was one of my all-time favorite books, so I thought another of her's would be good. Don't bother with this one :-( Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
9
Interview
15
Riviera
35
Louisa Kahne
58
Kellen Quinn
70
Leaving for Hawkes Hall
94
New Job
112
Katie
125
Leaving Terrace View
144
Last Scam
153
Garveys
159
Vacation
179
Hawkes Harbor
216
Day After Christmas
224
About the Author
253
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S.E. Hinton, with the publication of The Outsiders (1967) at the age of 17, became one of the most important and influential young adult authors of all time. More than thirty years after its release, The Outsiders still appears on best seller lists. Hinton's other acclaimed works include That Was Then This is Now (1971), Rumble Fish (1975) and Tex (1979)--all inspired major motion pictures. Over 13,000,000 copies of the S.E. Hinton books have been sold.

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