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One thing I don't like is when a story tells me something. Which is one of the hugest criminal lies perpetrated by adults against children in this world. Nov 30, Stacia the club rated it really liked it Shelves: I can't wait to see where he goes with this. It's obvious that Storkey and his mates will be coming back into play at some later point, and I really hope we see more of Miracolina as well. Young Adult. I loved Lev in this book.
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Could you actually believe that I sympathized with this kid once? That I actually kinda even liked him? Well, Shusterman has this way of just forcing you to get to know these characters, learn their histories, how their brains work, you suddenly find yourself more emotionally invested in them than you ever signed up for, and it's pretty bloody painful. Never a dull moment for the plot. It's fast, gloriously fast, and every scene keeps you on the edge of your seat and you don't want to stop reading until you have nothing left.
I especially loved the creepy advertisements and the public service announcements that plagued parts of the book, as well as the pseudo-articles at the beginning of each part. It gave it such a realistic, authentic feel. Brutal, brutal, brutal. That's another thing he's a master at. This is plotted out extremely well and sometimes it was just so brilliant that I had to set the book down and writhe in my sheets for a few minutes before I could continue, all the while muttering, " Damn you, Neal Shusterman, you sneaky bastard.
Made me laugh. Almost made me cry. Made my emotions rip themselves from every crevice in my body and whirlwind around me. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Aaaaand one more Damn you, Shusterman and your brilliance! I knew I bought a signed copy of Unwind even though I already owned it for a reason! View all 17 comments. Jun 12, Jillian -always aspiring- marked it as need-to-read Shelves: I was always hoping there would be a sequel to Unwind that ending was just too open-ended!!
Oh my goodness, I'm so excited, and I know nothing about the plot more twists, turns, and suspense, of course , the timeframe taking place a few months or YEARS after the first book?
Anyway -- I love the word play with this title. On the flip side, though, "wholly" means "completely" -- so unwholly would be incompletely. Those are the pathways MY mind takes with the title, though. I just love it. So inventive.
Neal Shusterman, you are very gifted. Oh yes indeed. I very much look forward to this sequel. Here's hoping you transcend even your own high bar and soar to make us readers all awed and amazed.
View all 3 comments. Is it possible to get a heart attack from reading a book? Because these books should come with a warning label: What the hell else can I say about Neal Schusterman by now?? This was a worthy sequel to an already phenomenal start. Aside from the winning plot, that is? In awe. The thought and care that goes into his characters and the way every loose thread brilliantly interweaves at the exact perfect moment. View all 24 comments. I kid and shamelessly take advantage of any opportunity to use an Alexander Skarsgard gif.
But for the majority of the season, I was banging my head against the wall and yelling, "Stop trying to make Arlene happen!
By the end of the season finale, I was completely reinvested in the story and anticipating next season. Likewise with UnWholly Shusterman introduces three new characters who take up a good chunk of the novel with their background and development. While the characters weren't uninteresting, they felt like Unwind redux. Starkey is a less likable version of Roland, Miracolina is Lev 2. Cam is a whole 'nother beast. Meanwhile, I'm thinking, "I came here for Lev. At one point, even Shusterman's writing started to grate on me.
The most advanced technology exists and they still drink Aquafina's bottled sewer runoff?! And then all the tedious groundwork came together and Connor, Risa, and Lev started acting like Connor, Risa, and Lev again.
It's not that there was a lack of action earlier in the story, but this time, I actually cared and the tension increased tenfold. By the end of the book, I was sucked back into the story and eagerly awaiting Book 3. Aside from the new characters, another aspect that may make-or-break UnWholly for you is the new development regarding the Unwind Accord. We learn more about how and why it came to be, which was a plot hole in Unwind. However, by filling that plot hole, it shifts the focus away from the abortion debate, which sets up a great storyline for Book 3 but also does a bit of a disservice to the issues raised in Book 1.
For me, UnWholly lacked some of the heart and guts of the original, but still raised interesting questions and made me think.
Shusterman also writes taut, tension-filled action scenes like few can. I'll definitely read the next book, but go in with modified expectations. This review appears on Young Adult Anonymous.
View all 13 comments. Jul 02, Laz rated it really liked it. Because words hurt more than any physical pain.
Shusterman did justice to the characters, new and old ones alike. So the book picks up from where it left in book one when Connor was left in charge of the Whollies. The book kicks it off with a new character, Starkey, who I'm sure you'll find pretty easy to dislike. Apart from Lisa and Lev who are still part of the story, we have some new characters accompanying each of our main characters journeys.
What I loved about this book was that each main character had their own adventure in this one, it really made things more intriguing. Especially, seing how every piece came down together as one. Maybe a reason why I didn't give this a 5-star rating is because I would have liked more back-bone story. Still, this was really good and I enjoyed immensely every second of it and if you loved the first book then you're sure as hell going to like this one as well.
What's more, Mr. Shushterman didn't forget a very important detail: Connor, Risa and Lev, they are all more conscious of their actions, they have matured, seeing a greater picture other than just themselves. Now, I won't lie that I had my concerns about this series when I had read the first book because I thought that because of the sensitive subject it breaches, it could get bad real fast.
Thankfully, that's not the case. Jun 23, Wendy Darling rated it it was amazing Shelves: But spectacular. Review to come. View all 46 comments.
Sep 25, Amma marked it as to-read Shelves: Actually, I really like the title: I don't know whether to rejoice or start crying that there's a sequel to ' the best book ever- no I mean it this time dude ', Unwind. But I'm sure it will be excellent. The ending was very open and that's how I liked it. It allowed hope and optimism. View all 12 comments. Jun 07, Robin Bridge Four rated it it was amazing Shelves: He writes in such an engaging and imaginative way.
The alternating PoVs each have a different voice and the glimpses into the minds of even the 'bad' characters gives immense insight into their motivations. I liked this just as much the second time through and it still holds strong as my favorite YA series to date. Well done Mr. Shusterman, well done. Even if you aren't a fan of YA or only give few YA series a try I highly recommend this well thought out series. Original Review July 4.
The unwinding of Roland left me torn because he was such a horrible person but unwinding was so horrible and to witness it step by step was one of the most heartbreaking things in the book. Perhaps that is because how more shocked and appalled can you get after Unwind. Unwholly was more about how a revolution begins stalls and tries to pick back up.
It is about finding your place in the world and dealing with the consequences of actions both yours and others. Finding the truth about the past and trying to use that to build a future. Connor is stuck running the Graveyard he has so many responsibilities and no time for anyone including Risa.
The anger in him is building but he is trying to keep everyone safe. The juvies know where the graveyard is and are just waiting for an excuse to take it down for parts. Risa is trying to get through to Conner but he has built up so many walls. She ends up in a precarious position as Cam the first person made from all unwind parts brings her into his life.
Risa is trying to save the Graveyard but as she gets to know Cam she can see he is just as much a victim as everyone else in the Unwind game. Risa and Conner struggle in this book but I love that they never really seem to give up on one another no matter if they are together or apart.
Being storked as a baby he wants to save all the other storked kids. But unlike Conner he is willing to sacrifice anyone and everyone else in his way. Starkey was the most disturbing thing in this book. The lengths and deceptions he was willing to go to were horrifying.
Is he what the government has finally made to go against the system or is he part of the reason why the system is in place to begin with? But the break out character was Lev!!! I loved Lev in this book. The insights he had and fumbling to find a new role in life had moments of both joy and heartbreak.
He really wants to make a difference but where to begin. Now there is an organization abducting tithes in his name and treating him like he is the second coming. As Lev tries to save Miracolina from sacrificing herself to be a tithe you see the redemption he desperately is seeking for himself.
It was so touching his story really inspired me. Like Unwind this took off quickly and kept going.
There was not a lot of down time something was always happening. The shifting POVs make the story more three dimensional. Seeing into the mind of the Cam and Starkey were the most disturbing for completely different reasons. I will say well worth the five year wait in between Unwind and Unwholly. View 2 comments.
One of the best books I have ever read in my life. It was spectacular. Review pending. View all 21 comments. Jun 24, Alice Cai rated it it was amazing Shelves: First there are 3 new main characters Starkey, Cam, Miracolina introduced in addition to the 3 continuing main characters Connor, Risa, Levi.
I personally saw these new main characters as the "evil" versions of the original three, but that isn't really accurate in context. The evil version of Connor. Levi when he sucked. Ok Cam isn't really similar to Risa, but dude d 4. Ok Cam isn't really similar to Risa, but dude definitely has enough going on already. Some of this comes from liking the original main characters more than the new ones added.
That's why I stated they were the "evil" versions. I also hated Starkey and he is supposed to be an unlikable character, but he has a reason for being an asshole and the narrative never convinced me to be on his side. I also hated Levi's and Miracolina's parts in the mansion section.
Levi's new hair. I just imagined him with his old hair because that's a no from me. So in summary I didn't like Starkey and Miracolina and I thought 2 big sections of the story graveyard and mansion were boring.
The story is pretty much perfect from that point onwards. I really love the characters in this series so that's why this book is getting a 5 stars even with all it's flaws. The other big reason why I love this is a spoiler. This is a huge reason why I'm still giving this such a high rating after not liking a big chunk of the story. Here's a hint: It was low-key fucked up, but I loved it. I actually think Connor x Risa are better together personality wise, but this author wasn't very good at writing their relationship after they got together which really annoyed and upset me.
Connor, Risa, and Levi. I still love the original 3 best. They are awesome as always. He gave me the weird aspect I'm always looking for. I sign of my own free will. Okay, so, I wasn't going to write a review for this.
I finished last night and I was like I'll leave it alone. I know I'm going to read the third and I know that I love Connor and Risa and Lev, people don't want to hear me grumble on repeatedly. Well, I wasn't guna! I didn't have as deep a reaction as the first and I didn't want to write a mundane second review where my heart wasn't in it. But then something happened, something that doesn't happen often. I was just driving along and it began to expand and thrive and it gained this crazy pulse and my tummy started to get all fluttery with butterflies and BAM- All the feels.
Stop thinking about Connor. From his harsh journey to his struggles after the events of the first book These characters mean way too much to me for me not to be an advocate for their story, even if this installment wasn't nearly as strong as the first, in my eyes.
And here it is-I wasn't going to give it a 4. But if something can make me think about it constantly, dream about it yeah I'm pretty sure I had some weird ass dreams about this weird series , and just care so deeply that it changes my first initial thoughts???
Once I make up my mind on a rating, that's it. That's my rating. But this one got deep under my skin Then, alone in the dark of a private jet, you smash your fist furiously against a wall until your knuckles are raw and bloody, but you don't care, because even though you can feel the pain, you know they're not your knuckles at all. I am not going to lie and say that I didn't miss certain Things are different and harder and we truly see an inner struggle from both parties-but, the kicker is, that's also why I gave this another.
I love Connor. And I love Risa. Seeing his their tortured souls really made this book tick for me, and to say they don't consume my every thought when I can't be reading about them is a lie obviously-look at this ridiculous review.
So, yeah, that happened. My heart hit my head and told it 'Fuck off' because this story wasn't getting a cold four. What if when they were alone together, in the heat of that passionate moment they both wanted-what if he lost control? What if that hand held her too tight, tugged her too hard-what if it hit her, and hit her again, and again, and wouldn't stop?
And how could he ever truly be there with her if all he could think about were all the things that arm had done, and all the things it still might do? One thing I don't like is when a story tells me something. It barely happens in this series, but I see it every once in a while and that's enough to annoy me-don't say 'but she will wish she had,' at the end of a chapter to make me 'anticipate' what is to come.
Don't insult my intelligence. I will gather, from the upcoming scenes, that someone regrets something through various scenarios and tremulous situations-Don't think for one second that my name is a lie: Stop it!
Either things happen for a reason, or they happen for no reason at all. Either one's life is a thread in a glorious tapestry or humanity is just a hopelessly tangled knot. There are a few new characters in this story and I didn't think I'd like having their POV in this one.
I just wanted my babies' POV: Connor, Risa, and Lev. But, after a few chapters and pouting on my part, when we got to the meat of the story, I saw how intricate it made the story, how much more diverse it could be, if done correctly. What it did? Oh, it invoked some Chelsea rage, of that you can be sure.
Seeing things unfold from multiple perspectives was like a serrated knife to the chest and more than once I about squeezed the life out of my Ipad-because while I loved one new additional character I feel much better. Sorry for that, anyone who chooses to read this. He climbs into his hospital bed and forces his face into his pillow as the sobs crescendo into wails.
A full year's worth of suppressed heartache pours forth from his soul like Niagra, and he doesn't care if he drowns in the killing whiteness of it's churning waters. Finally-what I wasn't ever going to skip-I adored seeing Connor's struggles after the events that made him how he is now. It broke my heart but also made me swell with pride as he took on each new challenge and continually put his life on the line to take care of those who look up to him.
I won't say anymore-just know, I'm like a proud mama hen with her chest all puffed out. And then Lev!!! OMG I haaaaated this kid at the beginning of book one-now I smile so big when he is a part of the story especially near the end, you'll see why and root for him just as much as the others okay, well, if a grenade exploded So, yeah.
Loyalty is a huge thing for me, and now these three have embedded themselves deep into my heart for all the things they do for one another and I want nothing but the best for them all. Connor avoided being unwound, but he still doesn't feel entirely whole. Well would you look at that I had nothing to say and here I am with one of my long-winded reviews.
Yeah, not at all. Anyway, I hope anyone that makes it this far on this review will see how much I want everyone to read this series. If nothing else, read the first book and treat it as a standalone. But, I'm going to venture to guess you won't want to stop if you like the first at all-but that's just me. For more of my reviews, please visit: View all 9 comments.
No way! No WAY! I can't even type right now, I'm so shocked. Keep having to backspace. I can't believe it. Just when I thought my obsessive waiting for a sequel was over Been waiting for Mockingjay and read it after almost a year of waiting.
I wonder if it'll be the same characters, or if we get new ones. But wait. I have to wait till ! Trails of indefinitly Edit Dec 20, It's going to be a triology!!!! Yea, yea, yea, yea!!!!
Only m HOLY!!!!!!! Only more days until Unwolly comes out. Holy Hell Weasley! A description! We've been waiting forever, but a description!!! Only Days left Edit Apr 21, How totally Neal Shusterman is that cover. It looks like a bullet was shot through his head! So awesome.
No, I'm not keeping a countdown. Unwinding is a big business. The setbacks of the destruction of the Happy Jack Harvest Camp, the clapper who wouldn't clap, and subsequent law changes have led to a new ad campaign in favor of unwinding and encouraging adults to sell their bodies to unwinding to care for their families.
It also led to something more unique and unusual than anyone would fathom a rewound teenager. Camus Camprix or Cam for short was created using all the best parts of unwound teens for unknown reasons by the corpor Unwinding is a big business. Camus Camprix or Cam for short was created using all the best parts of unwound teens for unknown reasons by the corporate entities that hold sway over the Juvenile Authority.
I wasn't sure quite what to expect with UnWholly since in many ways Unwind felt complete as they clearly expressed their message in a hard to ignore story. UnWholly expands the world and story in ways I hadn't truly considered.
The law stopping unwinding at 17 has only fueled the need for parts and the black market doesn't care where they came from.
Connor and Risa are constantly worried about the Juvenile Authority since they are fully aware of The Graveyard. Camus Comprix is equally disturbing because it's hard to understand why he was made in the first place other than him being a walking advertisement for what unwinding can do for a person. I think the most frightening aspect to me is that the Parts Pirates and Black Market aren't as scary as the Juvenile Authority as a whole.
Terrible random illegal things happen in our world, but the idea that the government itself endorses surgically dismembering teens is still far more frightening because these teens don't know who they can trust or if they can trust anyone. The overall storyline is still one that grips my heart hard because it's unfortunately a bit too realistic. It's sad to see that those in authority don't realize they've created the teenage threat they're dealing with.
If the only choice is to steal or be dismembered most would steal. If the choice is to kill or be dismembered many would kill. Unwinding is all well or good until someone's loved one is the one being unwound or a person themselves is facing it. I'm sure few of the teens thought much about unwinding until the juvey-cops knocked on the door asking for them by name. UnWholly is an emotional tale I can't quite capture with words, but I'll end this with a quote from the book: We are not just parts!
We are whole human beings — and history will look back on these times in shame! View all 8 comments. Nov 30, Stacia the club rated it really liked it Shelves: Imagine a world where body part harvesting is not taboo, but commonplace. Imagine someone else getting to make the decision for you to give your body parts to someone else. Imagine walking around and seeing people on the street who are proudly sporting new limbs, eyes, and other various body parts.
Would you want to live in that world? I sure as hell wouldn't. But it sure makes for damn good reading material, as long as you take care not to think too hard about how it's virtually impossible for Imagine a world where body part harvesting is not taboo, but commonplace. But it sure makes for damn good reading material, as long as you take care not to think too hard about how it's virtually impossible for some of these scenarios to happen scientifically, at least.
You never really know how screwed up the government is going to get. Installment two of the Unwind series brought back the same beloved characters from book 1, but also threw in a couple of surprising new characters - one being a boy who was made entirely of recycled body parts.
Of course, now I'm dealing with new questions in my head. Does he have his own personal soul and individual thoughts, or is he only an eclectic mix of all of the other minds and bodies combined? Things that make you go hmmm View all 4 comments. Nov 13, Maria V. Snyder rated it it was amazing.
This book made me worry! I worried about the main characters, because there were sections from the antagonists' POV and they showed what they were thinking and plotting. Then there's Cam, created from hundreds of unwinds - super creepy! And I wasn't sure how Shusterman would get the ending to work out, but then he did!
And as most of you know, I'm very critical of endings but this one left me a bit breathless! I will definitely be reading the next in the series, UnSouled I think. Although I'm This book made me worry! Although I'm already worried. View 1 comment. Oct 27, Athena Shardbearer rated it it was amazing Shelves: I need the next one soon! I need answers I have questions and I want more CAM.
I wonder what he's going to do and I need to know NOW!!!! View all 10 comments. May 20, Sh3lly rated it it was ok Shelves: I guess I'm not really feeling this series anymore.
I really enjoyed the first one. This seemed like just a continuation of book one, same formula, and it didn't seem like a whole lot happened. I really didn't like any of the new characters, except maybe Cam.
I hate him so much. I didn't like Miracolina, although she finally ended up having some growth and growing a brain. Connor was annoying and angsty, Risa was annoying and angsty although she does get an interesting twist abo I guess I'm not really feeling this series anymore.
Connor was annoying and angsty, Risa was annoying and angsty although she does get an interesting twist about halfway through. Lev had a good story.