The November Criminals Characters

Sam Munson
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Addison Schatch

Addison is a high school student filling out a college entrance exam. When he is supposed to write an essay outlining his best and worst traits, he instead pens 29-chapters about his investigation into the murder of a classmate, his relationships with his girlfriend and father, and his job as a drug dealer.

Addison is intelligent, but is so self-absorbed that he cannot refrain from spouting his intelligence to embarrass and harass others. His teachers do not particularly like him because of his lack of respect toward everyone and everything. He does not hesitate to interrupt when someone struggles with a Latin translation, but it seems that he is showing off rather than trying to be helpful.

One of Addison's more hateful tendencies is seen in his collection of Holocaust jokes. He once made a girl cry by telling one of those jokes, and he made a...

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