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UnSouled (Unwind Dystology) Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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Gr 9 Up-This third installment continues where UnWholly (S & S, 2012) left off. Lev and Connor are on the road again. Their destination is back to Ohio where Sonia, an antiques dealer with an important past, will help them end Unwinding once and for all. After a bizarre car accident involving an ostrich, however, they wind up on a Native American reservation. Here, readers learn a lot more about Lev's past, and Connor meets up with Cam, the one and only Rewind. This volume keeps readers updated on many of the characters from the previous books. Following the different story arcs can be a bit confusing, but they are intriguing enough to propel readers forward. Ultimately, the threads begin to tie together, though a lot is left open for the next book. This novel is not as fast paced as its predecessors, but still it packs a punch and is an excellent addition to the series. Fans will not be disappointed.-Kristyn Dorfman, The Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, NYα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journal. LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
In the third of his projected four-volume Unwind “dystology” Shusterman brings most of his central cast of teenage fugitives together and introduces an important new character, who is exempt from being unwound (legally disassembled for body parts) because she has a mild spectrum disorder. Frequent references to events in previous episodes slow the pace somewhat but the present-tense tale remains suspenseful, the overall premise is as hauntingly plausible as ever, and an electrifying revelation at the end points the way to a possible resolution. Grades 7-10. --John Peters
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This third book in the Unwind series is the best by far. Full of excitement and horror. Makes you think about the society we live in. Is this storyline far fetched? I'm afraid it may not be. It worries me that this technology may already be out there, if not in practice, at least in concept. If necessity is the mother of invention, greed is a close relative. How much scientific research has been used to cause harm, under the guise of helping.
Risa, Connor, Lev and Cam's lives are intertwined and each one individually faces difficult internal conflicts.