The Compulsive Move

The Compulsive Move The inner struggle of a teen doing his own thing as opposed to doing what is right He hides his true intentions from his friends and family to uproot his entire life and move from St Louis to Chica

  • Title: The Compulsive Move
  • Author: Phillip Cornell Brandi Cornell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Compulsive Move

    The inner struggle of a teen doing his own thing, as opposed to doing what is right He hides his true intentions, from his friends and family, to uproot his entire life and move from St Louis to Chicago This novel undergoes a profile of his personal and work life, along with a step by step analysis of how he executed such a difficult task Emotionally speaking, he thoroThe inner struggle of a teen doing his own thing, as opposed to doing what is right He hides his true intentions, from his friends and family, to uproot his entire life and move from St Louis to Chicago This novel undergoes a profile of his personal and work life, along with a step by step analysis of how he executed such a difficult task Emotionally speaking, he thoroughly under thinks a lot of situations that leads to a series of bad decisions.

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    1. Heidi

      Right from the beginning, I knew I was not going to enjoy this read, so I apologize in advance if this review sounds a bit like ranting.The writing needs another round of editing and proofing. Not only words such as “were” were misused (should have been “where”), the sentence structure was simple and repetitive. In turn, this made me have very little emotions while reading. I couldn’t really grasp the struggle Kevin was feeling and experiencing since the writing was so flat.The only ch [...]

    2. Maggie Stancu

      One of the worst books I've ever read. 1/5 stars is being generous. Between grammar, spelling, and a horribly unlikable protagonist, the author lacked the skills to make this story come to life. Read my full review live on my blog now! fictionsmistress.wordpress

    3. Ronald Keeler

      The Compulsive Move by Phillip Cornell looks and reads like a writer's first attempt at publication. There is a good idea for the story. The organization of the presentation is well done. Background stories characters supply are credible and show the author's familiarity with his character's background information. What remains are a few problems that are easy to fix but are distracting to a reader.This was a Book of the Day from OnlineBookClub for 21 January 2017. As I read the free sample page [...]

    4. Marinda

      This book is all about a young man who is in many ways very selfish and the decisions he makes in his life. When he decides he's moving to Chicago from St. Louis because as he puts it there's no way he'll get ahead while in St. Louis, he decides without talking it over with anyone in his life. He keeps his parents, grandmother, brother and sister, three best friends and girlfriend in the dark until the last minute because he's afraid one or more will talk him out of it. He tries to save money fr [...]

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