By Walter Dean Myers
Steve Harmon (Protagonist). 16 Years old, He is very shocked and zoned out of the situation. he reminds me of my friend Miguel because he has also committed murder at his age. James King (antagonist), proper man/lawyer , 30's, serious, he reminds me of a law teacher, because of how serious he is
Steve Harmon, Protagonist of this story, has committed murder and robbery, is facing 25- life in prison. Killed a man named Mr. Lucian, a convenience store cashier
Protagonist Memorable Moment
Steve ,protagonist, Has a battle inside his head, he keeps telling him self "I am a monster"
Protagonist important action
He Pleads guilty and admits his crime and breaks his "shell"
James ,antagonist, Is Steves partner in crime but he later turns his back on Steve
Antagonist Memorable Moment
Making the protagonist life so miserable he could barely bare it. From being his buddy one day and helping him with the crime, to "backstabbing" him to avoid jail time
Antagonist important action
He frames him. Turns out the main character isn't the main killer but he has all the "evidence" on his hands.
Other characters on the main character
The other characters don't believe this and think this was a set up towards Steve. But the antagonist and his crew make it impossible for Steve to look Innocent