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EPUB ´ Unstoppable Moses ☆ Tyler James Smith

EPUB ´ Unstoppable Moses ☆ Tyler James Smith Ie Moses has one week as a camp counselor to prove to the authorities and to himself I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review I gave this a 4755 stars I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this novel I thought it would be a cliche contemporary but it wasn't I felt as though it was written very well and I was sucked into the novel and couldn't put it down The synopsis may not be that compelling because I know it wasn't for me but its defiantly one you need to pick up this summer would highly recommend

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DOC Ø READER Unstoppable Moses ☆ 9781250138545 FREE î MBJUK ò After accidentally burning down a bowling alley with his cousin and best friend Charlie Moses has one week as a camp counselor to prove to the authorities—and to himself—that he isn't a worthless jerk who belongs in jail when Charlie That he isn't a worthless jerk who belongs in jail when Charlie doesn't get that chan My sister a former high school teacher gave me this book to read by one of her former students I'm impressed How did Tyler James Smith learn so much in such a short time? This is a story about Moses and all the trouble he got in as a boy with his cousin Charlie Charlie's the instigator and Moses is his getaway driver At 8 Charlie shoots Moses in the chest; he dies but is brought back to life Everyone always calls Moses Super Boy after that Their last act was putting Jesus Buddha Vishnu and a Pakistani flag on a bowling alley roof playing heavy rock Moses learns he's not all bad he's still got feelings and he can be angry with Charlie even though he loves himand that life goes on One of my favorite linesp 324 We're always in the aftermath of the storm We're always staggering from one disaster to the next And at the same time we are the storms in other people's lives We are the disasters that lay waste to cities and anticipated apocalypsesBut we are also so much I used to think that happy endings were just prologues for tragedy; that if you kept your eyes open for long enough you'd see the tapered line where the shining moment ended and the grimy black downfall began And it's true happy endings always precede tragedyBut tragedy inevitably precedes hopeSomeday I will be new again I'll be new until I'm not And then I'l fall And I'll rise Then fall Then rise again I think I'll buy this book for my little local library as well as my Pulitzer prize winning sister in law who always sends me new and interesting books to read Now it's my turn to send her one

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Unstoppable MosesAfter accidentally burning down a bowling alley with his cousin and best friend Charl Rating 35 StarsI have a penchant for grief and loss books and Unstoppable Moses definitely delivered a compelling portrait of one suffering a great loss I found Moses journey from robot boy back to feeling human boy uite beautiful His pain confusion and complex emotions were well illustrated and I found the exploration of his complicated relationship with his cousin uite interesting I also really enjoyed being at camp The camp served an important purpose because it was there that Moses began to heal and feel again After almost a year Moses was connecting with people again and it was uite an interesting trio who took Moses under their wing They gave us some breaks from all the emotional turmoil and the camp shenanigans were rather amusing I struggled a little with parts of the story There was one scene with an animal which was really horrible What made it worse was that I didn't uite understand why I had to suffer through it I didn't see its importance in the plot Then there was the ending Yes Moses comes to some sort of understanding about his relationship with his cousin and works through a good amount of his pain but I still had so many uestions and if there's one thing I struggle with the most it's those open endings Overall This was an emotional exploration of grief which was often heartbreaking and undeniably real