Saturday, November 16, 2013

UnSouled (Unwind Dystology) by Neal Shusterman

UnSouled is ... not the last book in the series and that is a huge relief because there are so many things left unanswered.

This book isn't quite as fast paced as the other two. It is more about character and story development. Characters grow by leap and bounds and old characters make cameo's. There are some new and major revelations, that will change everything you thought you knew about this series.

Unsouled has a large focus, on the promotion, acceptance and "selling" of unwinding.  It deals with the consequences and long term effects of unwinding on humans and society alike.

Unsouled is most definitely a set up for the next novel, that should be explosive and all revealing.

Grade: B

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