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Get caught up in the world of Unwind with this eBook collection of Unwind; its sequel, UnWholly; and a bonus companion story.In the world of Unwind, to be a teenager is to risk being unwound—having your body dismantled and all the parts distributed for transplant. This eBook collection includes Unwind; UnStrung: an Unwind story; and UnWholly.In Unwind, follow the breathtakGet caught up in the world of Unwind with this eBook collection of Unwind; its sequel, UnWholly; and a bonus companion story.In the world of Unwind, to be a teenager is to risk being unwound—having your body dismantled and all the parts distributed for transplant. This eBook collection includes Unwind; UnStrung: an Unwind story; and UnWholly.In Unwind, follow the breathtaking adventures of three teens on the run: Connor, a rebel whose parents have ordered his unwinding; Risa, a ward of the state who is to be unwound due to cost-cutting; and Lev, his parents’ tenth child, whose unwinding has been planned since birth as a religious tithing.Between the end of Unwind and the beginning of its sequel, UnWholly, there is UnStrung—an exclusive short story that provides an unprecedented look at how Lev becomes someone willing to do the unthinkable.And in UnWholly, Connor, Lev, and Risa meet Cam—a futuristic Frankenstein made entirely out of the parts of other Unwinds—and question humanity itself in the process....

Title : Unwind Unboxed
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ISBN : 9781442483149
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 828 Pages
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Unwind Unboxed Reviews

  • Heather
    2019-01-01 15:13

    I'm not sure why... but I don't like the books too much. I love the storyline but really? Why does it have to be so many different people's view points. I cannot really get close to many of the characters. I will continue to read this series because I hate not finishing something I started but I am going to put them on the back burner and read a few other books in the meantime. I think I have book 3 and book 4 yet to read.. and maybe a 0.5 book... I'm just having a hard time with this series and hope to come back to it and like it better.. maybe lol

  • Erin Schave
    2018-12-31 13:22

    I started the series quite uneasy. I have been adrift in the world of dystopias. I find beauty in the most bleak places that are created by a wide range of authors. I am always looking for books to incorporate in a middle school lesson that might reach the most unmotivated reader. All of that being said, I did enjoy the series to the point of encouraging a niece to continue the series. ****Spoiler Alerts- as an adopted child, I was able to relate to the stroking process. Thankfully the family I joined, was much better than the ones in the books. As a teacher in an urban setting, I could easily see my children relating to their circumstances. I know it seems like a stretch, but until you have been there, it is hard to comprehend.I went through a horror phase as many people do. I have been so frightened by Stephen King or Christopher Pike that I was kept awake more than a few nights. Much like The Stand and Under the Dome, often the scariest characters are the most like regular people. Seeing a such a dramatic breakdown in society made me question some of my own beliefs. The idea that "unwinding" a child could be considered an honor scares me to my core. The unwinding of Roland still makes me shiver when I think about it. The religion element, although brief, is often left out in this genre. I enjoyed the revelations made by Pastor Dan and later by Lev. Religion has been used to justify some of the worst atrocities in our history. I think the only thing missing is the government presence. Most dystopian novels have an all powerful government, but only the Juvenile Authority seem to be present. I assume of more novels are made, the government will be more revealed throughout the series. It is hard to compare the cruel government element when it is not really there. I also am a little annoyed with the hints at a disturbing surprising secret, yet nothing surprising happens. As a fan of the genre I am good at anticipating certain things, so I maybe guessed at many things that came true. I would love to see more development in this series. Neal Shusterman is a great author and I have enjoyed reading his books. I look forward to reading more.

  • Evin Leong
    2018-12-24 11:13

    In the book, Unwind Unboxed, the subject of the book in which the unwanted kids were sent to a harvest camp where they get broken into pieces. Their parts, eyes, arms, legs, brains and whatever else that is usable is given to someone in need. I did not like the book because it is too realistic and cold hearted. Storking also bothered me. How could a mother put a baby on someone else’s doorstep and hope that it doesn’t die. Babies could be passed from house to house like a sack of potatoes. If you are made up of parts of many people then who are you really?

  • Leslie
    2019-01-13 11:18

    A fun and disturbing young adult novel that makes the reader think there's a very short leap from organ donation to organ harvesting. An interesting story of what could happen to a society warring over the pro life /pro choice issue and what happens to the unwanted kids as a result of the laws put in place.

  • Chris Jolly
    2019-01-02 11:35

    This is a great young adult dystopian novel. The characters are living in a very chaotic time and they endure a lot of different types of catastrophes. My favorite character is Connor and enjoyed watching his character change throughout the book. Shusterman does a great job of making the characters relatable.

  • Khadija Olson
    2019-01-05 14:37

    I finished this last night. The story kept me interested so much so when I turned the last page I was confused about where the story went so I had to turn back a page then forward again, the story was done and I was reading about Neal Shusteman. LOL. Now I’m one of those people who have to wait for the 3rd book to come out!

  • Kandes
    2019-01-17 13:14

    Awesome book, awesome concept.

  • Carin
    2019-01-10 13:16

    The story is interesting and writing is good, but the idea that the pro-choice movement would accept the accord presented in the book is ludicrous and that hampered my suspension of disbelief.

  • Kendra
    2019-01-09 14:16

    This book was really a page turner. I can't wait to see what direction the story will go.

  • Lori Vaughn
    2019-01-15 19:31

    Provocative

  • Nancy Jo Lambert
    2019-01-02 15:14

    This is one of the great, though overlooked, dystopian YA novels. I am excited to read the sequel, Unwholly. Should be interesting to see where this goes!

  • Dylan Meadows
    2019-01-16 11:28

    I am mad at how Unwinding became a thing that exists, like purging it makes no sense, but maybe the author will explain how it works in this alternate dystopian universe he has created, there is a lot of story to go after all. Also, storking, seems completely unethical, I guess no more so than unwinding, both seem less ethical than abortion