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This is the most disturbing book I ve ever read I m torn here struggling whether to recommend this book or shout to you never to pick up this book because you will not sleep again I mean it This is a horror thriller dystopian and I cannot say loud enough that this is not a book for everyone I don t often stereotype books by saying if you like this and that then you will love this book I believe you need to read a book before you can say you hate it But honestly I think you need to be aware that this is a horror before you go into it It s about ethical issues speculative future war abortion death consciousness human thinking and the never ending issue of life When does life start When does it end And who should be allowed to end itThe book is full of real uestions uestions people ask today and struggle to come up with answers There s a lot of speculation about abortion and life choices At first I struggled to figure out if the author was for or against abortion Now I realize I struggled to figure it out because the author was careful to write with detail and precision both sides to the story There are always 2 sides in a story A writer s job is to listen to both and then write a good book about it Instead of aborting unborn children this futuristic government has made laws to protect their lives Instead a child between the ages of 13 and 18 can be unwound Unwinding is like organ donating They take your organs and give them to people who need them cancer patients car accident victims sick mangled or disease ridden people The uestion in the book is what value is whose life Yes I worded that right Can your life have different value depending on who you are who loves you what you ve done if anyone actually wants you the way you are We can laugh and shrug off those kind of uestions but in this day and age I think it s a real thing And if you think this book is based entirely on speculation you re wrong Unwinding does happen Illegally But it has been known to happen This book is just about a world where it s legal Another theme that runs through the story is the phrase Someone else s problem Stop and think about that for a second eh After you read this book you will never I repeat never say that phrase again No matter what you do hoisting a problem off to someone else will never solve anything I have to add in here too that the writing of this book is brilliant It s written in present tense third person which is something new for me Considering I want to write a little like that I was excited to try it out While it s awkward at first after you grow used to it you forget it s different to past tense The flow of sentences the dialogue the humour the plot the character development it s perfect I don t say that lightly The author hooked me in with his brilliant real characters Next his style of writing Then his plot Then the themes of his book Between all that there was no way I could avoid some serious thinkingThat s what I love about this book It makes you think About unwanted children and futuristic governments and the horror of mind manipulation One thing that really struck with me was the unwanted children part So many children are unwanted In our day and age babies are aborted Why Because they re unwanted So what happens when a child grows up unwanted and turns into societies problem Whose fault is that How do we treat them This book throws uestions in your face and demands you think about them I think that s the mark of a true talented author Don t feed a reader the story Lay it out before them blunt and cold and cruel and say Now think about it A book that makes you think is one of the best books of all I loved the characters Connor and Risa best of all Lev kind of annoyed me until the end They were real and tangible and they developed with such ease that I was left feeling gobsmacked The author has an implicit way with crafting characters And the plot was breathtaking full of twists and turns You re always getting surprises Description It wasn t so much the description but what wasn t described that left you reeling And the endingsaying it was brutal and torturous and so effortlessly written would be an understatement As you read you may think it s not that horrific The ending will change your mind You will be moved You will be challenged You will cry if not outside insideThis is a disturbing book It will play in your mind for days But you know what I think books like these are important extremely important If people are just fed interesting but light books where they don t have to work or think or uestion moral values how will people be aware of the issues in the world today It s so intensely important to think for yourself The Wild Rose raised to be unwound Together they may have a chance to escape and to surviv. This is the most disturbing book I ve ever The Renegade Cowboy Returns recommend this book or shout to you never to pick up this book because you will not sleep again I mean it This is a horror thriller dystopian and I cannot say loud enough that this is not a book for everyone I don t often stereotype books by saying if you like this and that then you will love this book I believe you need to Christmastime Courtship Matchmaking Mamas #20 real uestions uestions people ask today and struggle to come up with answers There s a lot of speculation about abortion and life choices At first I struggled to figure out if the author was for or against abortion Now I Red Shoes and a Diary realize I struggled to figure it out because the author was careful to write with detail and precision both sides to the story There are always 2 sides in a story A writer s job is to listen to both and then write a good book about it Instead of aborting unborn children this futuristic government has made laws to protect their lives Instead a child between the ages of 13 and 18 can be unwound Unwinding is like organ donating They take your organs and give them to people who need them cancer patients car accident victims sick mangled or disease In a Glance Sword of Glastonbury #9 ridden people The uestion in the book is what value is whose life Yes I worded that Dangerous Disguise right Can your life have different value depending on who you are who loves you what you ve done if anyone actually wants you the way you are We can laugh and shrug off those kind of uestions but in this day and age I think it s a Their Unexpected Love Second Time Around #3 real thing And if you think this book is based entirely on speculation you Romancing the Rancher re wrong Unwinding does happen Illegally But it has been known to happen This book is just about a world where it s legal Another theme that Redeeming Gabriel runs through the story is the phrase Someone else s problem Stop and think about that for a second eh After you Firefly Summer Pies Books Jesus #1 read this book you will never I Dangerous Curves Undercover Lovers #2 Harleuin Blaze #497 repeat never say that phrase again No matter what you do hoisting a problem off to someone else will never solve anything I have to add in here too that the writing of this book is brilliant It s written in present tense third person which is something new for me Considering I want to write a little like that I was excited to try it out While it s awkward at first after you grow used to it you forget it s different to past tense The flow of sentences the dialogue the humour the plot the character development it s perfect I don t say that lightly The author hooked me in with his brilliant Dangerous Memories real characters Next his style of writing Then his plot Then the themes of his book Between all that there was no way I could avoid some serious thinkingThat s what I love about this book It makes you think About unwanted children and futuristic governments and the horror of mind manipulation One thing that Sex Straight Up really struck with me was the unwanted children part So many children are unwanted In our day and age babies are aborted Why Because they Dangerous Lord Innocent Governess Belston Friends #2 re unwanted So what happens when a child grows up unwanted and turns into societies problem Whose fault is that How do we treat them This book throws uestions in your face and demands you think about them I think that s the mark of a true talented author Don t feed a Windows 2000 Administrators G reader the story Lay it out before them blunt and cold and cruel and say Now think about it A book that makes you think is one of the best books of all I loved the characters Connor and Risa best of all Lev kind of annoyed me until the end They were Vows Made in Secret real and tangible and they developed with such ease that I was left feeling gobsmacked The author has an implicit way with crafting characters And the plot was breathtaking full of twists and turns You Daddys Little Matchmakers Second Time Around #1 re always getting surprises Description It wasn t so much the description but what wasn t described that left you The Santangeli Marriage reeling And the endingsaying it was brutal and torturous and so effortlessly written would be an understatement As you Plattenbaugefühle read you may think it s not that horrific The ending will change your mind You will be moved You will be challenged You will cry if not outside insideThis is a disturbing book It will play in your mind for days But you know what I think books like these are important extremely important If people are just fed interesting but light books where they don t have to work or think or uestion moral values how will people be aware of the issues in the world today It s so intensely important to think for yourself

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As seen on The ReadventurerI approached rereading Unwind with trepidation I generally enjoy revisiting books in series before each new release but two reasons held me back in this case1 My original reading of Unwind left me completely horrified and I wasn t sure I would want to relive this story again my husband is still too scared to revisit it and2 Unwind was one of the very first books I read when I had just discovered YA back in 2009 and it was also one of my very first dystopias I didn t have much to compare it to then and let s be honest I liked uite a bit of crap YA at that time Plus there have been so many dystopias published since then surely it would be very unlikely for an older novel to be better than newer onesI shouldn t have worried Unwind proves once again that most of the best YA dystopias were published way before the current dystopian crazeWhat stood out for me the most this time is how political this novel is Reading the latest YA releases would make you think that dystopias are all about running around and snogging while hiding from the big bad government that wants to kill you for no good reason But Unwind while containing all these tropes running hiding and a bit of romance has plenty else to think about in relation to the oppressive governmentI know some readers can t uite swallow the premise of this book find it unrelatable implausible etc etc Catie can tell you all about her problems with this novel yeah the idea that people in a country would ever resolve the pro life vs pro choice conflict by abolishing abortion but allowing parents of the unwanted troublemaking teens ages 13 to 18 to have an option to unwind them into parts that are later used for transplants is a pretty crazy one Parental love and all that BUT I am not oblivious enough not to know that there are parents who sell their children into prostitution in order to have money to feed the rest of their family who throw their newborn daughters into the dumpsters because dowries are strenuous on family finances and boys are just plain better that entire nations were and are involved in genocides and scientific experiments on people adults and children that are deemed not racially desirable Nazis anyone And don t get me started on the pro life movement members of which are preoccupied with saving lives of the not yet born but have absolute disregard for the mothers health or the well being of those children when they are born and need monetary support for medical care or education or alternatively this forced abortion story fresh off Jezebel s presses So yes the premise is far fetched as far fetched as stories about the inhumanity of clones The House of the Scorpion Never Let Me Go women used for nothing than breeding The Handmaid s Tale or children forced to play survival games The Hunger Games are but I believe in it because I ve seen things just as vile in real life And back to the politics of Unwind I get carried away so easily Besides the most obvious from the synopsis issue of pro livepro choice conflict Shusterman skillfully incorporates into his story domestic terrorism religious brainwashing and the most disturbing part the politics of transplant therapy because an opportunity for adults to have an easily available supply of young organs or hair sweetens the whole unwinding deal so nicelyI like when an author makes his young audience think about these issues without openly pushing his personal agenda especially now when these particular issues are so heated and in your face Unwind is a dynamic scary story that is carried by charismatic teen characters who are at times defiant and so easy to hate yet they prove they deserve to live just as much if not than any proper adultGlad to say I feel like I can safely continue recommending this novel And I can t wait to read about this unsettling world UnWholly evidently has a character made entirely of spare body parts Goodness I don t think I am fully recovered from Shusterman s variation of Humpty Dumpty yet Vows Made in Secret running for their livesThe Second Civil War was fought over Daddys Little Matchmakers Second Time Around #1 reproductive The Santangeli Marriage rights The chilling Plattenbaugefühle resolution Life is inviolable from the moment of conception until age thirteen Between. As seen on The ReadventurerI approached Redwing's Lady rereading Unwind with trepidation I generally enjoy Dangerous Alliance Men of Courage #2 revisiting books in series before each new Shadow Lover release but two The Dare Risking It All reasons held me back in this case1 My original A Texas Brides Collection reading of Unwind left me completely horrified and I wasn t sure I would want to Red Letter Nights Harleuin Blaze #213 relive this story again my husband is still too scared to The Dangerous Debutante revisit it and2 Unwind was one of the very first books I Those Cassabaw Days The Malone Brothers #1 read when I had just discovered YA back in 2009 and it was also one of my very first dystopias I didn t have much to compare it to then and let s be honest I liked uite a bit of crap YA at that time Plus there have been so many dystopias published since then surely it would be very unlikely for an older novel to be better than newer onesI shouldn t have worried Unwind proves once again that most of the best YA dystopias were published way before the current dystopian crazeWhat stood out for me the most this time is how political this novel is Reading the latest YA Redemption Ranch releases would make you think that dystopias are all about Dangerous Tidings running around and snogging while hiding from the big bad government that wants to kill you for no good Red Carpet Christmas Club Undercover Harleuin Intrigue #881 reason But Unwind while containing all these tropes A Texas Tale running hiding and a bit of More Peas Thank You romance has plenty else to think about in Million Dollar Love Child relation to the oppressive governmentI know some One in a Billion Home To Harbor Town #4 readers can t uite swallow the premise of this book find it unrelatable implausible etc etc Catie can tell you all about her problems with this novel yeah the idea that people in a country would ever A Regency Christmas Carol rest of their family who throw their newborn daughters into the dumpsters because dowries are strenuous on family finances and boys are just plain better that entire nations were and are involved in genocides and scientific experiments on people adults and children that are deemed not Dark Revelations racially desirable Nazis anyone And don t get me started on the pro life movement members of which are preoccupied with saving lives of the not yet born but have absolute disregard for the mothers health or the well being of those children when they are born and need monetary support for medical care or education or alternatively this forced abortion story fresh off Jezebel s presses So yes the premise is far fetched as far fetched as stories about the inhumanity of clones The House of the Scorpion Never Let Me Go women used for nothing than breeding The Handmaid s Tale or children forced to play survival games The Hunger Games are but I believe in it because I ve seen things just as vile in The Santorini Marriage Bargain real life And back to the politics of Unwind I get carried away so easily Besides the most obvious from the synopsis issue of pro livepro choice conflict Shusterman skillfully incorporates into his story domestic terrorism Dark Sins and Desert Sands religious brainwashing and the most disturbing part the politics of transplant therapy because an opportunity for adults to have an easily available supply of young organs or hair sweetens the whole unwinding deal so nicelyI like when an author makes his young audience think about these issues without openly pushing his personal agenda especially now when these particular issues are so heated and in your face Unwind is a dynamic scary story that is carried by charismatic teen characters who are at times defiant and so easy to hate yet they prove they deserve to live just as much if not than any proper adultGlad to say I feel like I can safely continue Shake Down recommending this novel And I can t wait to Girls Get Curves read about this unsettling world UnWholly evidently has a character made entirely of spare body parts Goodness I don t think I am fully World History recovered from Shusterman s variation of Humpty Dumpty yet

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read & download Unwind author Neal Shusterman Neal Shusterman Ö 3 download Unwind author Neal Shusterman review Ä 103 The ages of thirteen and eighteen however parents can have their child unwound whereby all of the child's organs are transplanted into different donors so life doesn't technically end Connor is too diffic. I ve been asked why I keep reading young adult books when I hate some of them I hate some ways of preparing chicken too but I ll eat itThis book is a reason why I keep reading young adult It s the fried chicken of the book world There has been a war recently A war based on reproduction rightsOn one side people were murdering abortion doctors to protect the right to life while on the other side people were getting pregnant just to sell their fetal tissue And everyone was selecting their leaders not by their ability to lead but by where they stood on this single issue What that leads to is the Bill of Life The Bill of Life changes the way people live For one a woman that just gave birth can leave her newborn at your door As long as she is not caught that newborn becomes the homeowners They have no choice in the matter They have been storked Some families have been storked multiple timesThen there is the UnwindingUnwinding happens when you have a kidteen who hasn t reached the age of 18 yet They go to a harvest center and their body parts are taken and can be used as transplants in other people It keeps people living longer and rids the world of some unwanted kids These kids can be signed up for the unwinding for a multitude of reasons Connor s parents sign him up because he has a bad temper He gets in fights they just can t control him Risa gets signed up because she is a ward of the state it costs too much money to keep the kids alive that aren t really special enoughOne kid is signed up for stepping in when his stepfather is beating his mom His mom sided with the stepfather and needed him out of the picture after thatThere are also kids who are tithes They are born to be unwinded Like Lev s parents they ended up with ten kids They felt that they should give one tenth of their children for the good of manLev says Tithing s in the Bible you re supposed to give 10 percent of everything And storking s in the Bible tooNo it isn tMoses says Lev Moses was put in a basket in the Nile and was found by Pharaoh s daughter He was the first storked baby and look what happened to him Connor Risa and Lev all decide that they don t want to be Unwinded They escape and must hide until they turn eighteen That is when the will be exempt from the unwinding They are helped along the way by people who believe that just because something is a law it isn t necessarily rightOne thing you learn when you ve lived as long as I have people aren t all good and people aren t all bad We move in and out of darkness and light all of our lives Well done Neal Shusterman Well done You are my fried chicken


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  • Hardcover
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  • Unwind author Neal Shusterman
  • Neal Shusterman
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  • 05 August 2020
  • 9781416912040