Sunday, September 23, 2012
There is a modern twist on the Frankenstein theme and all the character's have their own stories. The stories are told in alternating points of view --- it flows seamlessly. Shusterman manages to give each character their own voice, which is difficult to do, when there are so many of them.
There a new character's, new plots and the writing is so powerful that you can't help but to love this book more than the first one and let me tell you, Unwind haunts you long after you finish reading it. This book does not fall into the "sophomore slump".
I simply can't wait for the next installment. I just hope it doesn't take another six years.
*** You absolutely must read, Unwind before reading this book. It does not stand alone or you will be lost.
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