- Author:Heidi Ayarbe
- Publisher:Balzer + Bray (May 3, 2011)
- Pages:304 pages
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
- FB2 format1156 kb
- ePUB format1273 kb
- DJVU format1498 kb
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Compulsion is a starkly honest, compelling read. It will grab you and plunge you into the unusual, yet strangely familiar mind of Jake Martin and you will come out different. Award-winning author Francisco X Stork of Marcelo in the Real World ). Compulsion is one of those books that immediate grab the reader by the heart and won’t let go, even after the final page is turned. Compelling and real, Jake’s story of grappling with devastating and frightening OCD is a must-read for anyone who ever thought they ‘knew’ what ‘normal’ looked like.
One plus one is two plus five is seven.
One plus one is two plus five is seven ffee cup that looks too heavy for her to hold; her thin fingers look brittle like dried twigs, her eyes vacuums of nothingness. For a second I don’t feel anything but. Anger. Stop being like that.
Heidi Ayarbe grew up in Nevada and has lived all over the world. She now makes her home in Colombia with her husband and daughter. She is also the author of Compulsion, Compromised, and Freeze Frame. Publisher: Balzer + Bray (May 3, 2011). Publication Date: May 3, 2011. Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers.
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No matter how many times Kyle rewrites the scene, he can't get it right Debut novelist Heidi Ayarbe delves into the depths of the human psyche as Kyle wrestles with inner demons that make him wonder whether the world will ever be okay again - or if th. .
No matter how many times Kyle rewrites the scene, he can't get it right. Debut novelist Heidi Ayarbe delves into the depths of the human psyche as Kyle wrestles with inner demons that make him wonder whether the world will ever be okay again - or if the best thing to do is find a way to join Jason.
Read Compulsion, by Heidi Ayarbe online on Bookmate – Today has to be perfect. 10:14 A. en fourteen. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Heidi Ayarbe - Author of Compulsion, Compromised, Freeze Frame - Young Adult Writer. Heidi Ayarbe is the YA writer of Freeze Frame published by Laura Geringer Books, HarperTeen, a division of HarperCollins Publishers. Heidi Ayarbe is a young adult writer. Her first novel is Freeze Frame. Johann Ayarbe updated their cover photo. 28 March 2012 ·. Johann Ayarbe. 27 March 2012 ·. Great market update from Coldwell Banker CEO Jim Gillespie from El Paso, TX!
Today has to be perfect.Magic.I look at the clock.10:14 AM.
Ten fourteen. One plus one is two plus four is six plus ten is sixteen minus one is fifteen minus two is thirteen. OK.
I turn from the clock and walk into the hallway. "Ready."
Saturday will be the third state soccer championship in a row for Jake Martin. Three. A good number. Prime. With Jake on the field, Carson City High can't lose because Jake has the magic: a self-created protection generated by his obsession with prime numbers. It's the magic that has every top soccer university recruiting Jake, the magic that keeps his family safe, and the magic that suppresses his anxiety attacks. But the magic is Jake's prison, because sustaining it means his compulsions take over nearly every aspect of his life.
Jake's convinced the magic will be permanent after Saturday, the perfect day, when every prime has converged. Once the game is over, he won't have to rely on his sister to concoct excuses for his odd rituals. His dad will stop treating him like he is some freak. Maybe he'll even make a friend other than Luc.
But what if the magic doesn't stay?
What if the numbers never leave?
Acclaimed author Heidi Ayarbe has created an honest and riveting portrait of a teen struggling with obsessive compulsive disorder in this breathtaking and courageous novel.