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I liked how the author transitioned through the plot of the story; it was easy to follow, it made me think and feel for characters. The story is unique because Moore adds interesting subjects one wouldn't normally read about and he shows how the stereotype of a teenagers 'don't-mind-me' attitude isn't always as it seems. Too Much of Nothing depicts what a teenager must go through to understand the world and themselves...they have to make mistakes. It shares beliefs and political ideas from the youth's point-of-view. The bond of the two friends touches the reader because even though, at times, it might not seem that they're close, it becomes obvious their friendship runs deeper. .
posted Oct 27, 2005
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Restless; honors student.
Eric's best friend; defiant; rebellious.