That Was Then, This Is Now Characters

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Bryon Douglas

Bryon Douglas is the 16 year-old narrator of the novel. Up until the beginning of the novel, he has been enjoying a carefree life of hustling, fighting, and hanging out with his best friend Mark. But during the course of the novel, his beliefs about right and wrong are challenged and he begins rethinking his ways. By the end of the novel, he is so distraught by the injustice and pain around him that he pushes away two of the closest people in his life.

Mark

Mark is the adopted brother of Bryon Douglas. After his parents shot each other in a drunken fight, Bryon’s mother took Mark in at age 9 and has raised him as one of her own ever since then. Mark has an uncanny ability to escape the consequences of his actions, such as breaking the law. This is why he never feels guilty...

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