Posted in Audiobook, Book Review, Dystopian, Favorite, Young Adult

Unwholly – audiobook

Review:

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**If you haven’t read Unwind, there may be spoilers in the following review.**

Book 2 in the Unwind series continues to follow the story of Connor, Risa, and Lev along with a few new and interesting characters. There’s Nelson, a “parts pirate,” determined to track down Connor and turn him over to the Juvenile Authority for “unwinding,” Starkey, a power hungry kid who wants to usurp Connor and take control, and even Cam, a teenager created using the parts from various unwound kids. They call Cam a “rewind” but he is like Frankenstein and he doesn’t even know if he is “real.” The chapters alternate between different character’s POVs and the narrator does a good job giving them different voices and personalities. In between chapters are actual news articles about organ harvesting and abandoned and “feral” teens. (The only thing annoying about that is hearing the narrator spell out the entire websites where the articles are found, something you wouldn’t have to read yourself and would probably gloss over.)

This series continues to twist your expectations in new ways. I loved this just as much, if not more than the first one. The plot twists at the end made me jump right into book 3.

 

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