The Nix Characters

Nathan Hill
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Samuel Andreson-Anderson

Samuel is the son of Faye Andreson and Henry Anderson. Samuel is raised in a boring suburb just outside of Chicago named Streamwood. He is a highly emotional boy who frequently cries. This temperament leads him to believe that his mother dos not like him very much, so he spends much of his childhood trying to please her.

At age 11, Samuel's mother abandons him and his father. He is raised by Henry and the two of them bond over the Cubs. Samuel attends college in Illinois and becomes a novelist, just like he told his mother he would be. He has published one short story and has a book deal. However, he never writes the book and is threatened to be sued for breaking his contract with the publishing company. Samuel accepts another book deal to replace his failed one, but he must draft a book that...

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