Familiarity Breaks

Familiarity Breaks

A Book by tynamite

This book contains no fantasy, no romance, no horror and no gimmicks. How can I describe this? I can't.


© 2018 tynamite

Author's Note

Sheridon is typical teenage boy; he's popular and likeable. But for some strange reason, things are going bad for him and things are going to happen to him.

This is the story of a teenage boy and what happens to him over the course of ten days as a result of his actions. The butterfly effect of cause and causality force Sheridon to live out the aftermath, keeping the reader guessing at every step.

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your author's note has me interested!! shall read this soon :p

Posted 11 Years Ago

Interesting concept. You have me curious!

Posted 12 Years Ago

Thanks for sharing, tynamite. I would work on providing a little more narrative detail to the story and cut down on the dialogue, as it reads more like a play than a novel. Best of luck to you!

Claudia Evans, Editor
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Posted 12 Years Ago


5 Years Ago

Yes there is a lack of narrative detail, but the relative lack of narration and high amount of dialo.. read more

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Added on April 20, 2010
Last Updated on August 26, 2018
Tags: funny, life, school, drama, law, legal, teen, realism, conflict, teenage, urban life



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