The Unwind Dystology is a series of science fiction novels by young adult literature author Neal Shusterman. It consists of Unwind, UnWholly, UnSouled, and UnDivided, as well as the companion book UnStrung and an upcoming short story. A feature film adaptation of the first book is currently being planned.

The series centers on a group of people set for unwinding during a time in the future when children between the ages of thirteen and eighteen can be “unwound” by their parents. In this future, it is widely believed that, since the child’s organs are transplanted into different donors, life for the unwinds do not technically end.

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UnDivided
Book #4 in Unwind Dystology Series
By Neal Shusterman

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 ...

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UnSouled
Book #3 in Unwind Dystology Series
By Neal Shusterman

It's official, this is one of the best dystopian story I've ever had the honour to read! To be this connected with the characters, this emotionally invested in the story, this awestruck with the world building and the amazing, mind-blowing plot.. It feels like a gift, there's no better feeling in the reading world ...

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UnWholly
Book #2 in Unwind Dystology Series
By Neal Shusterman

A few years ago I read my first dystopian book (Unwind) and it really blew my mind. The world settling, the characters, the storyline, everything was perfect and in that moment I wished for the book to be part of a series. My wish came true:  a sequel (for one of the most emotional stories) …

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Unwind
Book #1 in Unwind Dystology Series
By Neal Shusterman

Unwind has been my first dystopian story (if I remember well). To be honest, I could go back and underrate so many books I’ve read over the past years, because after re-reading this one I know for sure: there is no place for them on the same shelf as ‘Unwind’. It totally blew my mind – then and now.

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