UnSouled (Unwind, #3)
Publish date: October 15th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Unwind Dystology (#3)
Am I the only one who thinks that the covers of this series are terrible? The books are wickedly entertaining, but the covers are just . . . ick. Anyway, in UnSouled, the characters’ sanctuary is destroyed, and they are once again separated and on the run. They know that an organization called Pro...
Book three of four.Risa, Lev and Connor find different places to settle and plan their next moves…if they have one… There are conspiracies inside secrets inside shadowy organisations at work, and not everyone realises how easily they can be manipulated.It took me a while after I finished this to rea...
Ah, Shusterman. This COULD have been 5 stars, but alas. You messed it up. Congratulations. First problem: love triangle. Seriously? I just wanna say that I did NOT sign up for this. Second, Grace does not feel low-cortical at all. Other than the fact that people describe her as vague, she's the smar...
Shusterman brought out the creep factor with this installment. Once again, you're left wanting more for the main characters. Plenty of action to satisfy. I could so see these books on the big screen.
While I am still totally engaged in this series, and very much want to know where it ends up, this book wasn't quite as fantastic a read for me as the first two. I think it's because that there are just so many characters we are following (which yes, I know we did before too) but somehow, this time,...
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