YA Book Review – UnSouled by Neal Shusterman


I just finished reading UnSouled by Neal Shusterman. This book is the third book in the Unwind series. The novel centers on the life of Connor, a rebellious teen whose parents decided to have him unwound. In this world teenagers can get unwound up until the age of seventeen. Unwinding a teen pretty much sounds like the word. Kids are taken apart piece by piece and their body parts are donated to other people. When Connor’s parent’s signs the papers to have him unwound he escapes and inadvertently becomes a hero and fugitive whose goal is to help other teens like him.

In this book Connor sets out with his best friend Lev as he tries to locate Risa, the girl he’s in love with. Things become complicated as Cam, the first rewound being joins Connor on his journey. There’s lots of subplots with make this novel very exciting. Great novel. The movie is already in pre-production. Don’t miss out. Read the book before the film comes out. You won’t be disappointed.

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  1. Pingback: Book Review: “UnSouled” | The Cheap Reader

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