UnDivided (Unwind Dystology)
Publish date: 2015-11-10
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
This is a near-five-star read. Really excellent writing, storytelling, and intelligent critiquing/interrogating of culture. Shusterman has an absolute genius for weaving exciting, twisty plot threads and more character arcs than should be possible together at the last moment for explosive, satisfyin...
Well, that was satisfyingly messed up. In the final-ish book of this series, Connor, Risa, Lev, and Cam uncover some of Proactive Citizenry’s secrets. The organization has been blocking scientific progress so that they can use their technology to get rich off military contracts. While Cam tries to...
I hated to see the series end. This book answers all remaining questions. I loved how Shusterman ended the series. Fans won't be disappointed. I literally could not put this down.
This is it. The final book in the Unwind dystology. Dystology… my computer says this isn’t even a word. Which I suppose is fair, since Unwind, Rewound, and Storking aren't words either. It fits. A ‘Dystopian-ology’.Anyway, I read Unwind quite a while ago, before even book 2 was out back when Unwind ...
I love finishing a series. I will say I felt the ending was a bit HEA and ended abruptly at the same time. But I still really liked it and think it fit the storyline. One of my favorite aspects of the book was all the political ads. Having just come off another election season, they were very tru...
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