All the Bright Places Characters

Jennifer Niven
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Theodore Finch

Theodore Finch is one of the main characters and serves as one of the two narrators for this story. He is a senior at Bartlett High School in Indiana. Since eighth grade his classmates have called him a freak because he talked to one of his friends, Gabe Romero, about being able to feel sound and see headaches. Although he most likely suffers with a mental illness called bipolar, or manic-depressive disorder, none of his family members have ever taken him for a consultation with a doctor. His parents accuse him of telling stories about his strange abilities, while his older sister believes Finch’s strangeness is because their father beat him regularly when he was younger.

At the time of the novel Finch has just come out of one of his depressive periods, which he refers to as being Asleep. On his first day back at...

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