• Title: UnSouled
  • Author: Neal Shusterman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • UnSouled The story that began with Unwind continues Connor and Lev are on the run after the destruction of the Graveyard the last safe haven for AWOL Unwinds But for the first time they re not just running a
    The story that began with Unwind continues.Connor and Lev are on the run after the destruction of the Graveyard, the last safe haven for AWOL Unwinds But for the first time, they re not just running away from something This time, they re running toward answers, in the form of a woman Proactive Citizenry has tried to erase from history itself If they can find her, and leThe story that began with Unwind continues.Connor and Lev are on the run after the destruction of the Graveyard, the last safe haven for AWOL Unwinds But for the first time, they re not just running away from something This time, they re running toward answers, in the form of a woman Proactive Citizenry has tried to erase from history itself If they can find her, and learn why the shadowy figures behind unwinding are so afraid of her, they may discover the key to bringing down unwinding forever.Cam, the rewound boy, is plotting to take down the organization that created him Because he knows that if he can bring Proactive Citizenry to its knees, it will show Risa how he truly feels about her And without Risa, Cam is having trouble remembering what it feels like to be human.With the Juvenile Authority and vindictive parts pirates hunting them, the paths of Connor, Lev, Cam, and Risa will converge explosively and everyone will be changed.Neal Shusterman continues the adventure that VOYA called poignant, compelling, and ultimately terrifying.

    One Reply to “UnSouled”

    1. That's a spooky cover. Chills, man. LOOK AT THE HEAD WITH EYES OPEN. Wow. I didn't feel it at at first glance, but I think I do now. Eerie and fitting.OCTOBER 15, I AM READY FOR YOUUUUU-OH THANK GOODNESS 2013 NO FIVE YEAR WAIT

    2. I was the lucky one who discovered Unwind only this year and had to wait just a bit to read Unwholly.You poor people who had to wait 5 years! Well let's hope Unsouled will really be published in 2013 and preferably on January 1. right?;)Update January 29 2016. Yes I am finally reading it. Just re read the first 2 books and now reading this and it is all new and I love it. Love the new character of Gracie.February 2 2016. You know what I am most surprised of? That this book did not disappoint! No [...]

    3. Reread/buddy read with some fellow BBBersWhile this is my least favorite book of the series it is still a strong 4 star read for me. I love the character development and the way even more of the history of unwinding is shown to the reader. The first read through I was a little distracted waiting for Conner and Risa to find each other again, but this read through I could sit back and really take in the story. So many heart wrenching moments, Cam and Una especially torn at my heartstrings. Even be [...]

    4. While definitely my least favorite in the series, I still found immense enjoyment when I picked it up and it still was all I thought about when I wasn't reading it. I've heard the final book is beyond amazing, so I'll attribute the assist to this installment-You can't have an explosive finish if you don't set it up!! (oh yeah, went back to my soccer days there)

    5. After a SUPER long time, I finally got around to reading this. Unwind is one of my favorite books; it totally blew me away the first time I read it. And the sequel, UnWholly, did an excellent job of complicating the plot and bringing in some intriguing new characters. I recently re-read books 1 and 2 (in preparation for finally reading books 3 and 4), and they were just as brilliant the second time around.I have to say, UnSouled is not my favorite of the series so far. Don't get me wrong––I [...]

    6. After the destruction of the graveyard Connor and Lev are once again running, but this time they aren't just running away from something. They are running to find answers. Connor believes the answers will come from an old friend who he's discovered is so much more than she appeared.Make no mistake UnSouled is a transition book. Most large series have at least one and UnSouled is the transition book for the Unwind Dystology. The board is being set, the pieces are taking their places, and events a [...]

    7. Lots going on in this third installment of the Unwind dystology! This book is definitely a part of a series (you can't read it out of order). Also there are too many things that are left unresolved at the end and lots of POV characters so not a ton of advancement in plot for each person - you get bits and pieces (no pun intended) and then the POV switches to someone else. I really don't like spending too much time in Nelson or Starkey's heads and would have rather stayed with Conner, Risa and Le [...]

    8. Do you ever just stare at people and think "wow, I really want to caress your brain?" Or, in more normal phrasing, have you ever admired someone's intelligence from afar? I've felt that way with several of my professors this semester, but I would love to just sit in a room with Neal Shusterman's brain (or Neal Shusterman himself, I suppose) and ask: how do you do it? How do you write? How do you breathe the same air us humans do?On a more serious note, UnSouled serves as the third book of the Un [...]

    9. GENIUS GENIUS GENIUS MIND IS BLOWN. AGAIN.-----------------------------------------------------------------------Before reading reviewJUST LOOK AT THE COVER!!! THIS IS JUST ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESSLIKE THE BEST COVER OUT OF THE SERIES!It looks creepy and scary yet still manages to have a sense of loneliness and hollowness that just MAKES ME SPEECHLESS. This book will break my heart, mash it up to potato gravy, burn it to nothing and I know I will still love it.I need the bookNOW!

    10. Este tercer libro me ha parecido que ha caído un poco de nivel, los otros dos me enamoraron y esperaba con ansias leer este pero no fue como esperaba. Obviamente tiene que haber partes históricas para explicar algunos hechos pero muchos detalles me han parecido inútiles y había mucho que sobraba. También las partes de Starkey/Hayden/Nelson/Argent me han aburrido mucho y antes no me cansaba de ninguna partey tampoco entiendo que tiene Cam en la cabeza y por qué decide hacer eso cuando obvia [...]

    11. Check out Scott Reads It! for reviews, giveaways, & more! Unwind and Unwholly are two of my favorite books of all time and Neal Shusterman never ceases to amaze me with each book I read by him. Though Unwind was originally slated to be a trilogy, Unsouled wound up being too voluminous to be one book. S&S split Unwind's conclusion into Unsouled and Undivided and the Unwind Trilogy became a "Dystology". Unsouled is definitely a worthy sequel to Unwholly, it delivers a thrilling story that [...]

    12. Neeeeeein, es ist zu Ende :((( Und Band 4 ist auf Deutsch noch nicht erschienen. Werde mir jetzt SOFORT den vierten Teil auf englisch bestellen. Ich will sofort weiterlesen :D

    13. Unbelieveable, Unimaginable, Unthinkable, Untouched, Unloved (is that a word), Unrest, Unrely any other guesses?Or maybe something that has a "w" after the un-, like Unwritten, Unwilling or Unwanted.Edit June 13th 2012: Gosh darn it. I guessed wrong. But there's a title! It's UnBroken! Yea!!!Edit February 20th 2013:Kay, finally got around to editing. The book is now called UnSouled.And I still guessed wrong :/ Ah well :)Edit April 7th: O.O That cover is, without a doubt the creepiest f***ing thi [...]

    14. AFTER Can I say wow?! Haunting, chilling, Neal Shusterman has done it again in this astonishing series that pushes the boundaries and explores some very possible feasibilities in our society today. We continue on with the tale of Connor and Lev and the reader watches glued in fascination and horror as we see their paths coincide with the paths of Lisa and Cam and a few other amazing friends and terrifying enemies in between. What I love so much about this series is the world-building. Neal Shust [...]

    15. 4.5 starsrounding up because this series is incredibleI wouldn't necessarily say this book is slower than the others, but a few new characters get introduced and EVERYONE has their own agendas and motives. Thus, it takes awhile to sort through all of that. Again, though, I was never bored. I really enjoy (read: sometimes hate) this new trend of short chapters with hella cliffhangers that make you keep turning the pages long after you should've gone to bed. Just a note for those of you who either [...]

    16. I re-read the first 2 books. I read this one.My mind is a mess.I loved it! (ALL)Full Review:It’s official, this is one of the best dystopian stories I’ve ever had the honour to read!To be this connected with the characters, this emotionally invested in the story, this awestruck with the world building and the amazing, mind-blowing plot It feels like a gift, there’s no better feeling in the reading world.Looking back to where it started, making an inventory of all the characters that came a [...]

    17. 4.5 stars and I believe the series is improving book-to-book. I think another reviewer may have summarized it best: "Neal Shusterman weaves a tale as interesting and complex as Camus Comprix's 'internal community.'" The story continues to develop layer by layer, with multiple POV, primarily Connor, Lev, Risa and Cam. Weaved into this story is the backstory of unwinding's inventor, scientist Jansen Rheinschild and his wife, Sonia, who we've seen before. Connor and Lev are on the lam together, try [...]

    18. Another awesome installment in the UNWIND series. Our cast of characters continues to be stirred around like cherrios in a bowl of milk, going from place to place, meeting up, then being separated, finding friends and foes, Neal Shusterman has created a super exciting world and this was a great building of tension. I particularly liked the inclusion of the (view spoiler)[ reservations that were now safe havens within the US because they did not support unwinding and finding out more about what h [...]

    19. This series is holding strong! I loved this third installment of the Unwind dystology (whatever a dystology is). If a dystology is this amazing, I think more authors should consider them though!I have no clue how Mr. Shusterman makes me care for so many characters. There are so many POV switches and so many characters, that I feel under normal circumstances I would not care about any of them. However, this is not a normal circumstance and I have some kind of emotional attachment (whether that be [...]

    20. *3.5*Ok. I'm in love with the Unwind series in general, like the whole idea for this world is so insane and creative. I LOVE IT. However, I felt like HARDLY ANYTHING happened in this book! The whole thing was leading up to the big ZING in the last chapter, and the entire book clearly was just a set-up for the fourth book. I also felt like at times there was too much focus on characters that weren't really important (like Bam and Hayden. Also where did Argent and Nelson go? They just disappeared [...]

    21. This review contains spoilers for UnSouled. You've been warned.UnSouled was a bit disappointing, if I'm honest. I was pretty annoyed with having to read SO MUCH from POVs I couldn't care less about (e.g. Nelson, Argent, Cam, Starkey), it felt at times like I was reading more from POVs I couldn't give a fuck about than from the characters I actually cared about and who are actually the main characters of the series. (view spoiler)[Risa was missing quite a lot, sure, she was there but it felt like [...]

    22. 4.5“Hope can be bruised and battered. It can be forced underground and even rendered unconscious, but hope cannot be killed.” The skinny: Lev and Connor have one clue that is driving them forward: Janson Rheinschild. They believe that by seeking out the woman connected to Janson that they can find the answers to the end of unwinding. Unbeknownst to Connor and Lev, while they are trying to unravel the mystery of Rheinschild, Nelson is still on their trail. Nelson has not given up his goal to [...]

    23. While this book had a couple of problems for me, I'm still giving it the 5 end of 4+ stars. There is a bit of a stall midway, but even there Shusterman keeps things somewhat lively. And just about the time I thought he was going to descend into "I'm going to decide what's best for someone else no matter how they feel about it" territory, he saved things. I can't stand that plot device because it is so disrespectful of the person about whom things are being decided - all in the name of love, usua [...]

    24. I'm loving this thought-provoking series, so I can forgive some of the glaring editing issues (I noted a few typos towards the end). There were also a few moments when the book dragged a little bit, but for the most part it kept up the pace. That said, I was really surprised to get to the end and find out this was not the conclusion of the series. Thank god, because there are so many loose ends to wrap up still.The political elements of this series have diverged far from where it began. At the o [...]

    25. SpoilersNot as gripping as the first book (Unwind) but still a decent enough read. The best thing about the series for me is the horrifying premise, where parents can decide to get their kids (from age 13 to 18) unwound (their bodies taken apart and organs harvested). Unfortunately, most of the other aspects of the dystopian world is pretty much the same as other YA dystopias. For example: the primary antagonist is the US government, the teenage protagonists are on the run/in hiding and being ch [...]

    26. Unsouled is the third book in the Unwind series. And probably the most forgettable.The characters I had grown to love in the first two books all come to a halting stop in this edition. The gang is all split up and everyone’s angry and confused. No one knows where they’re going or why they’re doing anything. They can’t make a decision about anything. It’s like all of a sudden our once-heroic MC’s just shut down completely. It’s probably the BIGGEST downfall of every YA series ever w [...]

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