UnDivided: The Final Book in the Unwind Dystology by Neal Shusterman
UnDivided is the fourth and final book in the Unwind dystology by Neal Shusterman, a series of dystopian novels that explore the ethical and social implications of a world where unwanted teenagers can be \"unwound\" into parts for transplantation. UnDivided was published in 2014 and received critical acclaim for its thrilling and thought-provoking conclusion to the saga.
In UnDivided, the protagonists Conner, Risa, and Lev uncover the sinister plans of Proactive Citizenry, the company that created Cam from the parts of unwound teens. Proactive Citizenry intends to mass-produce rewound teens like Cam for military purposes, while suppressing technology that could make unwinding obsolete. As the teens rally other unwinds and sympathizers to march on Washington and demand justice, they face opposition from Starkey's group of storked teens, who want to destroy all harvest camps and adults involved in unwinding. The fate of America hangs in the balance as the two sides clash in a violent showdown.
UnDivided is a gripping and satisfying finale to a series that challenges readers to question their own views on life, death, and humanity. Shusterman masterfully weaves together multiple perspectives and plot threads, creating a complex and compelling story that explores themes such as identity, free will, morality, and redemption. Fans of the series will not be disappointed by this epic conclusion that offers hope and closure for the characters they have grown to love.
If you are interested in reading UnDivided by Neal Shusterman, you can download it in EPUB format from various online sources. EPUB is a popular e-book format that can be read on most devices and platforms. You can also find other books by Neal Shusterman in EPUB format, such as Unwind, UnWholly, UnSouled, Scythe, Thunderhead, The Toll, Challenger Deep, Bruiser, Dry, and Game Changer.
UnDivided is the culmination of a series that began with Unwind, a novel that introduced the concept of unwinding, a process in which a person's body is taken apart and used for organ donation. In this dystopian future, unwinding is a legal and accepted way of dealing with unwanted or troublesome teens, as well as a source of profit for the harvest camps that perform the procedure. Unwind follows the stories of three teens who escape their unwinding fate and join forces to fight against the system: Conner, a rebellious troublemaker; Risa, a talented musician and orphan; and Lev, a tithe who was raised to be unwound as a religious sacrifice.
In UnWholly, the second book in the series, the trio meets Cam, a boy who was created from the parts of 99 unwound teens by Proactive Citizenry, a powerful and secretive organization that controls the unwinding industry. Cam is a prototype of a new kind of human being, one that is designed to be superior in every way. However, he also struggles with his identity and his feelings for Risa, who is captured by Proactive Citizenry and used as leverage against Conner and Lev. Meanwhile, Starkey, a storked teen who was left on a doorstep as an unwanted baby, leads a rebellion of other storked teens who call themselves the \"Stork Brigade\". They raid harvest camps and free unwinds, but also kill anyone who gets in their way.
In UnSouled, the third book in the series, Conner and Lev discover that there is a hidden island where unwinds can live in peace and safety. They decide to go there with Cam and Risa, who has escaped from Proactive Citizenry with the help of a rogue scientist named Sonia. However, their journey is fraught with danger and betrayal, as they are pursued by various enemies and allies. Starkey continues his rampage across the country, gaining more followers and power. He also learns about a secret technology that could change the world: an artificial intelligence called Argent that can stop unwinding by providing unlimited organs. ec8f644aee