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That Was Then This Is Now!

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Title: The title of my book is That was Then, This is Now.Author: The author of my book is S. E. Hinton.Main Characters: The Main Characters in my book are Brian, Mark, Charlie, Eminem, Cathy, Angela, Chepard, and Also the Mom.Setting: The setting in my book is a lot of different places, the main place was at the Inner City. It also took place at the Bar and in Mark and Brian's house. Most of the time it took place at the house.Conflict: The conflict is that the two best friends Mark and Brian are growing apart throughout the book. They live with each other because Mark's mother adopted Brian. They used to be best friends, until they started hiding things from each other, and doing stuff they usually don't do. They started in the book very close, and then they grew farther and farther apart.Five Major Events: 1.The first major event was when Charlie the bartender was working while Mark and Brian asked to use his car and he said yes. While they were at the bar they were hustling some guys who got really mad. When Mark and Brian went to go to his car through the alley, the guys from the bar jumped them. Charlie came out to try to save them and he got shot by one of the guys on the top of his right eye.2. The second major event was when Eminem a 13-year-old boy has a sister named Cathy. Cathy starts dating Brian. Cathy and Mark hate each other. Eminem started thinking about all the things his father said about him. For example, how he has long hair and he looks like a girl. So Eminem ran away.3. The third major event was when Mark, Brian and his old girlfiend Angela got drunk....

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