UnDivided

UnDivided Teens control the fate of America in the fourth and final book in the New York Times bestselling Unwind dystology by Neal Shusterman Proactive Citizenry the company that created Cam from the parts of

  • Title: UnDivided
  • Author: Neal Shusterman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Teens control the fate of America in the fourth and final book in the New York Times bestselling Unwind dystology by Neal Shusterman.Proactive Citizenry, the company that created Cam from the parts of unwound teens, has a plan to mass produce rewound teens like Cam for military purposes And below the surface of that horror lies another shocking level of intrigue ProactiTeens control the fate of America in the fourth and final book in the New York Times bestselling Unwind dystology by Neal Shusterman.Proactive Citizenry, the company that created Cam from the parts of unwound teens, has a plan to mass produce rewound teens like Cam for military purposes And below the surface of that horror lies another shocking level of intrigue Proactive Citizenry has been suppressing technology that could make unwinding completely unnecessary As Conner, Risa, and Lev uncover these startling secrets, enraged teens begin to march on Washington to demand justice and a better future.But trouble is brewing Starkey s group of storked teens is growing powerful and militant with each new recruit And if they have their way, they ll burn the harvest camps to the ground and put every adult in them before a firing squad which could destroy any chance America has for a peaceful future.

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    1. Reread with a few friends at Buddies Books and Baubles in JanuaryFeb 2016, we got sidetracked, it happens.This is still my favorite completed YA series to date. The entire thing is awesome and even the second time through everything held up so well.Overall Series 4.5 “Nice Socks” Stars Unwind 5 Stars Unwholly4.5 Stars Unsouled 4 StarsUndivided 5 Stars I thought, I couldn’t be shocked anymore….I thought, nothing Neal Shusterman says or does will surprise me now…I thought, there was noth [...]

    2. Solid end to a great series! I may have teared up a bit in some parts Neal Shusterman knows how to play with my emotions.

    3. This series is supremely fucked up and emotionally exhausting (don't even get me STARTED ON THIS FUCKING BOOK) and fucking brilliant and I will never stop thinking about it. What an amazing way to end an amazing series.Neal Shusterman, you are a mad genius.

    4. FINAL REVIEWO. M. G. SO MANY. SO MANY FEELS. fjkalsdfjkl; AKA prepare for all of the gifs #sorrynotsorry Neal Shusterman WHO ARE YOU? Why are you this good?! (these tears are happy tears. also sad tears. just emotional tears. idk)Substitute Neal ShustermanLike where do I even start with this series? First, let's begin with this because this book deserves one: We all know that's what you're thinking.Second, let's continue with one of the main reasons (there are many) why I LOVE this book (and ser [...]

    5. Short review:I am unwinding in the inside.My thoughts are in a divided state and I can't make myself rewind them. This story is too powerful for words. I just know that I LOVE this series.I know that I loveI I know thatIIFull review:There are very few books so powerful that can follow you into your dreams. That leave an imprint on your soul. That are so dreadful and horrifying, but in the same time so beautiful and completely mesmerising.And this time around it was true, it was not a wish of sor [...]

    6. I was just checking my amazon account orders to see when my preordered copy of unsouled would come and I noticed something odd By the title "unsouled" where you would usually see "(unwind trilogy #3)" now read "(unwind DYSTOLOGY #3)" What the fuck is a "dystology"? I have no clue Is this even a real word??!! Apparently not But upon googling it I discovered that there will be a FOURTH book in the series!! ybe more, who knows? The word "dystology" holds many mysteries o_OBut you know what I just r [...]

    7. OH MAN. OH GOD. OH MAN.I need a couple days to process this. Wow.I don't know why it took me so long to finally finish this series, but I'm glad I finally got around to it. Because dang, this last book was incredible. Talk about an amazing series finale. It's terrifying, intense, disturbing, but ultimately uplifting. As always, Neal Shusterman's world-building, plotting, and characters are just genius. Full review coming soon!

    8. When I found out there was going to be a 4th book:I'M SO HAPPYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!YIPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

    9. *4.5 Stars*"I love you, Risa," he says. "Every last part of me."Much like all the kids that were unwound in this series, I feel as if I've sold a piece of my soul. Not often do I feel both dragged down and uplifted from the same series, and not often does a book break my nerve to continue on with a genre after finishing. This book and series, while fulfilling all my darkest desires for a climactic series of events, wasn't without it's deep-rooted flaws, in my opinion. I absolutely adored our thr [...]

    10. This book was intense! I stayed up almost all night to finish it and was just so worried about my favorite characters - Lev, Risa and of course Connor. Shusterman has the ability to surprise me - just when I think the story is going one way.he changes it up - which I really like. I did guess a few things, but the ending really surprised me. (view spoiler)[One nitpick I wasn't quite convinced that Argent could do all that was needed to get Connor to the Admiral - unless he had Risa's help, but I' [...]

    11. REVIEW FREE OF SPOILERS FOR THE PREVIOUS BOOKS.Unwind to me has always been known because it's one of the best dystopia series I've ever read. Mainly, it's because its realism is overwhelming - so realistic it's almost painful - and it continued that way throughout the four books.First, the subject matter in the book is not so far from reality. I'm not saying we're close to parents giving away their children to the authorities so they can have them unwound (split their body parts without killing [...]

    12. “Hole" He grips Risa's hand tighter. "Hole, Risa, hole" And she smiles "Yes, Connor," she says. "You're whole. You're finally whole.”Favorite book of the year! Las palabras no pueden expresar el cariño que siento hacia esta serie y sus personajes. Neal Shusterman ha destruido mi corazón, una vez más. Pero yo sabía que este libro iba a doler mucho, que acabaría con mi buen estado de ánimo y me dejaría en depresión. He llorado al leer ciertos libros, al ver esa clase de películas part [...]

    13. UPDATE: Okay is it just me or does this seem weird? I'm one of those people who likes my series books to match -- format, height, covers, etc. And I've waited a year for this one to come out in paperback so it would match the rest of my set (I'm usually not a fan of having all but one or two books in pb vs hb/vice-versa), except that now I come to find out that the paperback edition of this is with the newer cover, with UN in huge letters and then "divided" beneath it. No more Statue of Liberty [...]

    14. Proactive Citizenry has finally revealed why Cam was created. To make an army of rewound teens for the military. The group has also suppressed technology that would render unwinding obsolete. Connor, Risa, Lev, and Cam struggle to stop unwinding and Proactive Citizenry while bringing the suppressed technology to the surface.UnDivided was a satisfying conclusion to the Unwind dystology. It kept me in a nervous excited state that compelled me to keep reading until I finished it. The overall blind [...]

    15. I don't know whether to jump for joy or cry because there's a 4th book. On one hand, more fantastic books to read! But on the other more waiting. *sobs* For now, this will be me until October 15:

    16. Undivided is the last book of the UnWind series. By the time all was said and done I was completely uninvested in these characters. What started out so strongly ended so poorly. Our cast of characters have lost sight of who they are. And, like the previous installment, they are indecisive and spread out all over the place. We get an additional 14 side story lines that seemingly came out of nowhere to add plenty of confusion to the storyline.Lev’s whole storyline just drove me nuts. It was grea [...]

    17. UPDATEI'd write a review, but I'm to busy crying, and to busy being depressed about this.____________________Happens to land upon Undivided while skimming through Unsouled reviews.OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH!Just, LOOK, at that cover! It sen [...]

    18. All that I hoped for and more. I highly recommend reading this series!!!Full review posted on my blog!mariethebookloverThat statue of liberty has seams. SEAMS. I'M FREAKING OUT MAN!!!I'm so excited for this book. And scared. But mostly excited.

    19. “There isn’t one single thing that will end unwinding,” she tells them. “It will take a hodgepodge of random events that come together in just the right way and at just the right time to remind society it’s got a conscience.”Revolution comes with huge sacrifices. My heart ached when I read this book, seeing how much sacrifices must be made to wake people’s conscience up against unwinding. The fight was very hard for the AWOLS and I admit I had my doubts too in the middle of the boo [...]

    20. Sí! Un final así, sí! Estos libros me llamaron la atención des del primer momento en el que empecé a leerlos porque la trama, no vamos a engañarnos, es tan inhumana y real que no me sorprendería que pasase algo así en un futuro. Lo bueno de todo es, que los protagonistas, los que todos queremos, en vez de irse haciendo peores o dejando de lado a los que quieren se vuelven más y más fuertes y crean un ambiente tan precioso que me tiene enamorada. Creo que el final fue realmente lo que s [...]

    21. What a great ending to a creepy and thought-provoking dystopian series where teens ages 13-17 can now be "unwound" or chopped up for body parts if their parents consent. I really loved the way Neal Shusterman wrapped up the arcs for each of our main characters, Connor, Risa, and Lev, and also the way that he dove into the history of how such a world could have evolved. It seems far-fetched, and probably wouldn't ever become a widespread reality, but certainly makes for a scary what-if. This was [...]

    22. This is it. The final book in the Unwind dystology. Dystology… my computer says this isn’t even a word. Which I suppose is fair, since Unwind, Rewound, and Storking aren't words either. It fits. A ‘Dystopian-ology’.Anyway, I read Unwind quite a while ago, before even book 2 was out back when Unwind was supposed to be just a standalone but the fans fell in love with the story of the Heartland War and the Unwind accord and Shusterman decided to turn it into a series instead. The ride over [...]

    23. Welp I got the ARC in the mail this week, and quickly read the book, and it seems I am the FIRST on on to post a review of itWOOHOO ME!!!!Lets look at the titles of the past three books, UnWind UnWholly UnSouled Each title, sort of has dual meanings to the story it has included, and to the overall story of the series. UnDivided has two meanings as well Look at the cover Undivided. Look closely. you see a discolored arm with stitch marks. That one image, plays so much into this book, literately [...]

    24. 3.5. La primera mitad es batante lenta, floja para el punto en el que estaba la historia. Vaya, que para ser la última parte de una tetralogía, ya podía haber tenido garra desde el principio de la novela. Me fastidia, porque estaba decidida a ponerle un 3 ¡pero el final es perfecto para la saga! (salvo por un pequeñísimo detalle) Y claro, con el regusto de una saga redonda, no pudo ponerle un 3 sin más.Cuando las cosas empiezar a coger ritmo, ya no para. Shusterman toma decisiones muy arr [...]

    25. w o w. Not many books make me cry hard at midnight, but this is one of them. It's been insane seeing the characters grow and some of the scenes in this book literally sent shivers down my spine. Neal Shusterman is some sort of alien able to write books of perfect. What even. Everyone needs to read this series.

    26. 3.5 stars - SpoilersI didn't think it would be possible but I've finally read a decent ending to a dystopian series. Undivided was by no means perfect but unlike other YA dystopia there was no nonsensical or rubbish resolutions, everything made sense within the context of the world. Sure, some parts were rushed and predictable but there was no WTFery or flipping back and forth to try and make sense of what was going on. Pretty much all the various plot arcs were resolved in a satisfying way, whi [...]

    27. WHAT A RIDE. WHAT A SERIES. WHAT A CONCLUSION. WHAT A ROLLERCOASTER OF EMOTIONS. Brb need to eat some lobster to calm myself down :')

    28. I AM BLOWN AWAY. Absolutely blown away. I WILL NEVER GET OVER THIS ENDING. There are no words to describe what an incredible conclusion this was.Conner now has physical evidence that could change the world forever. Something that could stop all the unwinding. If only he can survive long enough to work how to reveal it to the world which may not be possible seeing as Nelson, the juvey cop Connor shot so long ago, is after him for revenge and he has found a way to track him down, to the spot. Risa [...]

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