What Are Two Words That Describe Steve Harmon From the Book "Monster" by Walter Dean Myers?

What Are Two Words That Describe Steve Harmon From the Book "Monster" by Walter Dean Myers?

Steve Harmon from Walter Dean Myers' award-winning young-adult novel "Monster" can be described as a "monster" and as a "filmmaker." While awaiting trial for the role he played in a drugstore robbery that ended in murder, Harmon writes a movie script that retells the events leading to his imprisonment.

Myers wrote the book in a movie-script format, and he uses camera angles, shifts in perspective and point of view, recreated conversations and Harmon's inner monologues to present all of the facts. This ripped-from-the-headlines-movie-of-the-week script that Harmon writes supports his being a "filmmaker." Whether he is a "monster" depends on what a reader believes.