Odd One Out Quotes

Nic Stone
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Don’t tell her I used the word chicks.
-- Coop (2: The Scent of Jupe's Overpriced Curly-Hair Gunk in My Nostrils Always Marks the Start of a Perfect Morning)

Importance: This quote represents the style of language that Stone uses for her character Coop as Coop often breaks the fourth wall with the reader. Coop often speaks directly to the reader, which creates an intimate tone, as if Coop and the reader have inside jokes. Stone uses a different point of view for each of the three books - demonstrating the unique perspectives of each of her characters and how they each feel like the odd one out in their own way. This quote is also an example of how well Coop knows Jupe, and knows her passion for feminism and activism.

Jupiter Charity-Sanchez will never be my woman.
-- Coop (2: The Scent of Jupe's Overpriced Curly-Hair Gunk in My Nostrils Always Marks the Start of a Perfect Morning)

Importance: This quote from Coop represents the moment Coop decides he needs to get over his crush on his best friend, Jupe. Coop says this repeatedly after his friends pull him into a...

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