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Book Summary - The Compound (Summer Reading) By: S.A. Bodeen

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john gountanis

on 22 September 2011

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Transcript of Book Summary - The Compound (Summer Reading) By: S.A. Bodeen

The Compound Choice-Character Analysis Book Summary Recommendation By: S.A. Bodeen Conclusion is here is important Rex Yanakakis: Rex really had no decision making in his family. He was a "go with the flow" kind of guy, and there was nothing he could do about it. He takes sides, especially in his time in the compound. He and his Mom don't like their Dad's idea of living life in the compound. You could say that he's daring, since he tried escaping the compound, and succeeded. That also shows determination. But most of all, he's spoiled. His Dad owns a computer company and their loaded, which is how his Dad built the compound. The Yanakakis family knew how to think ahead. When they found out that the world was in danger of being nuked, they were the only survivors thanks to their father. He built a compound underground, which is similar to a Fallout Shelter. Soon enough, they cant take life in the compound for the next fifteen years. The family begins to turn on each other for all the problems in their new life. This book to me is almost golden. One of my favorite books, and coming from a guy who only reads books that are assigned. I would give it 4 out of 5 stars. I would go to a movie premiere at midnight for this book, even on a school day. The book itself should deffinetly be treated with care, none of this "bending the corner of the paper of where you left off." A hands-down favorite of mine!
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