History Literature / TheBoyWhoCouldntSleepAndNeverHadTo

25th Jan '16 11:36:56 AM Eagal
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* WhamLine: The last line of Chapter 10, after Darren asks Eric how he [[spoiler:built the Thragnacian Containment Pylon]]:

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* WhamLine: WhamLine:
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The last line of Chapter 10, after Darren asks Eric how he [[spoiler:built the Thragnacian Containment Pylon]]:



** The last sentence of Chapter 11 as well.

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** %%** The last sentence of Chapter 11 as well.
19th Feb '15 7:59:08 PM jormis29
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* InvincibleVillain: The Man, being the only character from [=TimeBlaze=] to not have a weakness. [[spoiler: The mysterious leader of the MenInBlack who start chasing the boys may or may not be a physical manifestation of The Man. It's never really resolved (although the fact that he doesn't disappear along with Eric's fiery aura and Darren's mech when Eric faints in the final confrontation would suggest that he is not).]]

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* InvincibleVillain: The Man, being the only character from [=TimeBlaze=] to not have a weakness. [[spoiler: The mysterious leader of the MenInBlack TheMenInBlack who start chasing the boys may or may not be a physical manifestation of The Man. It's never really resolved (although the fact that he doesn't disappear along with Eric's fiery aura and Darren's mech when Eric faints in the final confrontation would suggest that he is not).]]
17th Nov '14 10:42:30 PM Aethersea
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* InvincibleVillain: The Man, being the only character from [=TimeBlaze=] to not have a weakness. [[spoiler: The mysterious leader of the MenInBlack who start chasing the boys may or may not be a physical manifestation of The Man. It's never really resolved (although the fact that he doesn't disappear along with Eric's fiery aura and Darren's mech when Eric faints in the final confrontation would suggest that he is not).]]
13th Oct '14 3:04:32 AM Sahira
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* TheNounWhoVerbed: The title.
3rd Sep '14 2:57:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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'''''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To''''' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson (Duncan in WebVideo/DerrickComedy's ''Film/MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].

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'''''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To''''' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson Creator/DCPierson (Duncan in WebVideo/DerrickComedy's ''Film/MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].
28th Jul '14 2:55:11 AM StFan
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''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To'' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson (Duncan in Creator/DerrickComedy's ''MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].

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''The '''''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And and Never Had To'' To''''' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson (Duncan in Creator/DerrickComedy's ''MysteryTeam''), WebVideo/DerrickComedy's ''Film/MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].



!! ''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To'' provides examples of:

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!!''The
Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And and Never Had To'' provides examples of:
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1st Jul '14 12:58:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To'' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson (Duncan in DerrickComedy's ''MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].

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''The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To'' is a 2010 novel by DCPierson (Duncan in DerrickComedy's Creator/DerrickComedy's ''MysteryTeam''), told from the perspective of nerdy high school student Darren, who privately writes a Troperiffic sci-fi epic in his spare time, and his even nerdier friend, Eric, who joins in. One day, Eric discloses to Darren that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin he is physically incapable of sleeping, and that he never experiences fatigue]].
26th Aug '13 11:25:29 AM JIKTV
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Despite the single fantastical science fiction element (the eponymous Eric) and the over-the-top sci-fi universe the boys devise, most of the book is more LitFic about being a nerdy boy growing up in high school in the style of JDSalinger, and it [[GenreShift isn't until the last four chapters of the book]] that the speculative fiction takes the narrative wheel.

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Despite the single fantastical science fiction element (the eponymous Eric) and the over-the-top sci-fi universe the boys devise, most of the book is more LitFic about being a nerdy boy growing up in high school in the style of JDSalinger, Creator/JDSalinger, and it [[GenreShift isn't until the last four chapters of the book]] that the speculative fiction takes the narrative wheel.
18th Oct '12 9:35:00 PM JMQwilleran
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* ForScience: The main characters declare this as the reason after they decide to test out the limits of Eric's ability to go without sleep.
28th Apr '12 6:15:23 PM Treblain
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* {{MIB}}: The Man.

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* {{MIB}}: TheMenInBlack: The Man.
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