UnWholly (Unwind Dystology #2) It's finally here. The long-awaited sequel to the bestselling Unwind, which Publishers Weekly called a “gripping, brilliantly. Report "UnWholly". Your name. Email. Reason. -Select Reason-, Pornographic, Defamatory, Illegal/Unlawful, Spam, Other Terms Of Service Violation, File a. The Unwind Dystology, Book 2. Neal Shusterman. Nenhuma oferta encontrada PDF - UnWholly. In a society where unwanted and troublesome teens are.
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One kid has the other in a chokehold and is practically dragging him. And both of them have run right in front of the bus. Risa's head is slammed against the window as the bus suddenly pulls to the right to avoid the two kids. The bus fills with gasps and screams, and Risa is thrown forward, down the aisle, as the bus comes to a sudden, jarring stop.
Her hip is hurt, but not badly.
It's just a bruise. She gets up, quickly taking stock of the situation. The bus leans sideways. It's off the road, in a ditch. The windshield is smashed, and it's covered with blood.
Lots of it. Kids around her all check themselves. Like her, no one is badly hurt, although some are making more of a fuss than others. The chaperone tries to calm down one girl who's hysterical. And in this chaos, Risa has a sudden realization: This is not part of the plan. The system might have a million contingencies for state wards trying to screw with things, but they don't have a plan of action for dealing with an accident. For the next few seconds, all bets are off.
Risa fixes her eyes on the front door of the bus, holds her breath, and races toward that door.
Not in the way Ariana was pretty—in a better way. Risa has a natural kind of beauty. Her brown eyes are also described as full-of-life. She was described by Connor as pretty, possessing a natural kind of beauty.
She eventually had to change her hair and eye colors when she went into hiding. Her eyes were changed to a subtle green and her hair wavy and red. Personality Growing up as a state of the ward, she had always been under the pressure to be great in her field, which was music in her state home. She was a wonderful pianist but always noticed even the smallest mistakes she made.
She was also shown to be very streetwise while she was on the run with Connor and Lev. She is also good at taking care of children since she was sometimes assigned to nurseries in the state home.
Without realizing it, though, she had also become quite good with several other things noted by others around her, such as her survival and medical skills. After staying in the Graveyard as a medic, she realized she wanted to go down that road and be a doctor someday, if she survived past She strongly opposes Unwinding, to the point that she refused to undergo a transplant to replace her shattered spine with an Unwind's, leaving her paralyzed from the waist down.
Eventually, though, she is forced to undergo the treatment and finds guilty pleasure in being able to walk again. I found that a lot of the time, he would mention a pretty small detail from the first book and I would still remember it.
So, it could be that the details of the first book were just so memorable, but I also think Shusterman did a great job reminding the readers of what had happened in book one. Secondly, the characters were handled so well in this book.
First of all, it was great to see our heroes from Unwind again——Connor, Risa, and Lev. All three of them have matured and changed a lot and have become legends in the world they live in, yet they still are the same people and they seem like real kids. They all have to deal with the mess left behind after the events of Unwind, and I could really feel their struggle.
My hearts went out to them But on top of that, Shusterman adds a very compelling new group of characters——including Cam, Miracolina, Starkey, and Nelson.
Man, I don't even know how Shusterman manages to have so many characters and yet make them all so distinct from each other and make them all so interesting. This is something that also impressed me in his Skinjacker series which is also incredible. It seems like when he writes a series, with each book he piles on more and more new characters, and somehow he manages to keep it all from spinning out of control.
That is an impressive feat, my friends. Every one of the new characters was compelling, served an important role in the story, and gave the reader something new to think about. The idea of Cam was just freaking brilliant.
I mean, a person made entirely out of Unwind parts?
It's really interesting to see how Cam has to adjust to having so many different Unwind's thoughts and memories, and how even though he has the mind of several different people, he still struggles to become his own individual person. And Miracolina Of the new characters, she was probably my favorite.
Her backstory is incredible and thought out so well. Her relationship with her parents is so twisted and heart-breaking.
I loved seeing her change throughout the story. Basically she was super badass and awesome. And her relationship with Lev is so adorable. Lev shrugs. Then there were characters like Starkey and Nelson, who were just terrible people. And yet, I couldn't really bring myself to hate them just because they were such good characters.
And that's the thing I love about Neal Shusterman's characters Even the really despicable ones another good example being Mary from the Skinjacker books almost don't really feel like "villains" just because Shusterman has thought out their stories so well and makes the reader understand why they've become the way they are.
In addition, Shusterman gives us a lot more to think about in UnWholly.
While of course the first book was thought-provoking, he adds a lot of elements into the sequel that give the reader more to consider. I think that, in this book, he does a brilliant job showing how both sides of the conflict can be manipulative——both those who are for Unwinding and those who are against it. Not only that, but I love how he mixes real-life news articles into the book that show how the concept of the story isn't all that unbelievable.