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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: Proactive Citizenry has been suppressing technology that could make unwinding completely unnecessary. As Conner, ...

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Overview

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: 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 more trouble is brewing. Starkey’s group of storked teens is growing more 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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Editorial Reviews

Booklist
"Suspenseful...the overall premise is as hauntingly plausible as ever...electrifying."
The Horn Book
"Nail-biting, character-driven thriller."
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"The shocking premise is unveiled immediately, and a nail-biting pace is sustained throughout, with the teens flung headlong into a true life-or-death struggle...these haunting debates will likely linger in the reader's mind even after the riveting plot fades...an ideal blend of philosophy and action set in a compelling futuristic landscape."
The New York Times Book Review
"The power of the novel lies in what it doesn't do: come down explicitly on one side or the other."
BCCB
Thematically rich and packed with action, commentary, and consequences, this is a strong pick for dystopia fans that will also appeal to reluctant readers.
Kirkus Reviews
2014-08-20
The grisly conclusion to the Unwind Dystology. Times have changed for Connor, Risa, Lev and company—the heroes and heroines of a brave fight to prevent the government from harvesting the organs of unruly teens. Chilling propaganda pushes the Marcella Initiative, a law that would allow the government to unwind teenagers without their parents' permission. Also, Connor and his team find an "organ printer" that could be the answer they need to stop the unwinding atrocities around the globe, and egomaniacal Mason Starkey continues to attack harvest camps across the country with bloodthirsty vengeance. Meanwhile, a gang of evil, elite black-market organ harvesters pursues Connor with deadly intent. Shusterman's finale might be the best one in the series since the first: He cuts straight to the chase with the plotting and creates horrifically heinous supervillians to keep it moving and ensure readers are glued to the edges of their seats. His settings are also dead-on, so to speak: In one iconic, symbolic scene, the Statue of Liberty's arm is replaced with another, and readers can't help but wonder if this is the future. Everything culminates in an action-packed, heart-wrenching conclusion guaranteed to chill readers to the bone. (Dystopian adventure. 12-15)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481409759
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
  • Publication date: 10/14/2014
  • Series: Unwind Dystology Series , #4
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 532
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 870L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Neal Shusterman
Neal Shusterman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty award-winning books for children, teens, and adults, including The Unwind Dystology, The Skinjacker trilogy, Downsiders, and The Schwa Was Here, which won the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for fiction. He also writes screenplays for motion pictures and television shows. The father of four children, Neal lives in California. Visit him at Storyman.com and Facebook.com/NealShusterman.
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UnDivided


  • A tranq tears past his head so close that his earlobe is skinned from the friction. A second tranq flies just beneath his armpit—he actually sees it flaring past—hitting the trash can in the alley ahead of him with a dull clank.

It’s raining. The sky has torn loose with a late summer storm of near biblical proportions, but the storm is his best friend today because the relentless torrents hinder the Juvey-cops in pursuit. The sheets of rain make it harder for them to get a bead on him.

“Running will only make it worse for you, son,” calls one of the Juvies.

He’d laugh at that if he could catch his breath. If he’s caught, he’ll be unwound; what could possibly be worse than that? And calling him “son”? How can a Juvey-cop have the nerve to call him “son” when the world no longer sees him as a child of the human race. As far as humanity is concerned, he’s an object. A bag of biomatter ripe for salvage.

There are two, maybe three Juvey-cops chasing him. He won’t turn to count them; when you’re running for your life, desperate to remain undivided, it doesn’t matter whether there’s one, or ten, or a hundred Juvey-cops behind you. All that matters is that they’re behind you—and that you run faster.

Another tranq whizzes past, but it’s not as close as the others. The Juvies are getting sloppy in their aggravation. Good. He passes an overstuffed trash can and dumps it over, hoping to slow their pursuit even more. The alley seems to go on forever. He never remembered the streets of Detroit having back alleys this long. The end finally comes into view maybe fifty yards ahead, and he’s already visualizing freedom. He’ll explode out of the alley into the city traffic. Maybe he’ll cause a car accident, like the Akron AWOL. Maybe he’ll find a tithe to use as a human shield like he did. Maybe he’ll even pair up with a beautiful accomplice too. These thoughts push purpose into his bone-tired body, and speed into his strides. The Juvies fall farther behind, and now he has a spark of the AWOL’s most valuable commodity: hope. It’s something in short supply for those who have been deemed not worth the sum of their parts.

In an instant, however, that hope is eclipsed by the silhouettes of two more Juvey-cops blocking his exit from the alley. They’ve got him trapped. He turns to see the others closing in behind him. Unless he can sprout wings and fly, it’s over for him.

Then, from a dark doorway beside him, he hears—

“Hey, you! Over here!”

Someone grabs his arm, pulling him in through an open door just as a volley of tranqs shoot past.

His mysterious savior closes the door, locking out the Juvies—but what good will that do? Being surrounded in a building is just as bad as being trapped in an alley.

“This way,” says the guy who saved him. “Down here.”

He leads him down rickety stairs to a dank basement. The AWOL takes a moment to size up his savior in the dim light. He seems to be three or four years older than him—eighteen, maybe even twenty. He’s pale and thin, with dark stringy hair, and weak sideburns longing to be a beard, but failing to bridge the gap.

“Don’t be scared,” the guy says. “I’m an AWOL too.”

Which seems unlikely, as he appears to be too old—on the other hand, kids who’ve been AWOL for a year or more tend to look older. It’s as if time ticks by twice as quickly for them.

In the basement, there’s a rusty sewer cap that’s been opened, and the dark hole, which couldn’t be more than a foot wide, emits a malevolent odor.

“Down you go!” says the stringy-haired dude, as cheery as Santa about to go down the chimney.

“Are you kidding me?”

From upstairs comes the report of the door being kicked in, and suddenly that sewer hole doesn’t seem like such a bad idea. He squeezes through, having to wiggle his hips and shoulders to fit. It feels like being swallowed by a snake. The stringy-haired dude slides in after him, then pulls the sewer cap closed, with a scrape of metal on concrete, sealing out the Juvies, without leaving a trace of where they went.

“They’ll never find us down here,” his strange savior says with a confidence that makes the AWOL believe him. The kid turns on a flashlight to illuminate the space around them. They’re in a six-foot cylindrical sewer main that is wet with runoff from the storm, but doesn’t seem to actually be in use. It still smells rank, but not as bad as it seemed from the other side.

“So whaddaya think?” the straggly-haired kid says. “It’s an escape worthy of Connor Lassiter, right?”

“I don’t think the Akron AWOL would climb into a sewer.”

The kid grunts and leads them to a place where the sewer line is fractured, and they climb out into a concrete utility conduit that’s hung with wires and lined with hot steam pipes, which make the air oppressive.

“So who are you?” the AWOL asks his rescuer.

“Name’s Argent,” he says, “Like ‘sergeant’ without the S.” He holds out his hand for the AWOL to shake, then turns and leads the way down the steamy, narrow conduit. “This way, it’s not far.”

“Not far to where?”

“I got a pretty sweet setup. Hot food and a comfortable place to sleep.”

“Sounds too good to be true.”

“I know, doesn’t it?” Argent offers him a smile almost as greasy as his hair.

“So what’s your story? Why’d you risk your ass for me?”

Argent shrugs. “Isn’t much of a risk when you know you’ve got ’em outsmarted,” he says. “Anyway, I figure it’s my civic duty. I escaped from a parts pirate a while back, now I help others less fortunate than myself. And it wasn’t just any parts pirate I got away from—it was the ex-Juvey-cop who Connor Lassiter tranq’d with his own gun. He got drummed out of the force, and now he sells the kids he catches on the black market.”

The AWOL reaches through his memory for the name. “That Neilson guy?”

“Nelson,” Argent corrects, “Jasper T. Nelson. And I know Connor Lassiter too.”

“Really,” says the AWOL, dubiously.

“Oh, yeah—and he’s a real piece of work. A total loser. I showed him hospitality like I’m showing you, and he did this to my face.”

Only now does the AWOL see that the left half of Argent’s face is badly damaged from wounds that are still healing.

“I’m supposed to believe that the Akron AWOL did that?”

Argent nods. “Yeah, when he was a guest in my storm cellar.”

“Right.” Obviously the guy is making all of this up, but the AWOL doesn’t challenge him any further. Best not to bite the hand that’s about to feed him.

“Just a little farther,” says Argent. “You like steak?”

“Whenever I can get it.”

Argent gestures to a breach in the concrete wall through which cool air spills, smelling like fresh mold, instead of old rot. “After you.”

The AWOL climbs through to find himself in a cellar. There are other people here, but they’re not moving. It takes a moment for him to register what he’s seeing. Three teens lying on the ground, gagged and hog-tied.

“Hey, what the—”

But before he can finish the thought, Argent comes up behind him and puts him in a brutal choke hold that cuts off not just his windpipe, but all the blood to his brain. And the last thing that strikes the AWOL’s mind before losing consciousness is the bleak realization that he’s been swallowed by a snake after all.

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  • Posted October 16, 2014

    Words can not express how I feel about this series. I could not

    Words can not express how I feel about this series. I could not put any of these books down. This final book came together nicely. I'm usually good at guessing what will happen in a series, this book had me going. It makes you think. People who read this series probably think its just a normal fictional book. I think what Neal has done with this series is made it so young adults can understand how big companies and rich people basically control the world. I bought the book yesterday and I finished the next day. I love how he writes the books in the views of the people. Everything always comes together in a way that will shock you. I feel like a lot of people will not like the series because of religious views. This is a series that takes a few leaps off the deep end and anyone who reads it needs to have a clear and practical mind set. Nice job Mr. Shusterman. I will be buying other books you have written. I can only hope they are as good as this one. 

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2014

    LOVE IT

    I haven't read it yet but im reading unsouled and im like in love with all the characters i feel like im a part of the story and when i read the books its like im in a whole other world with connor, risa, lev, and cam. I LOVE THIS SERIES.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2014

    Yep

    Yep

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 9, 2014

    I really enjoyed the book and dug into it than any other book. A

    I really enjoyed the book and dug into it than any other book. Although I really wanted the book to end in a way where it would just be Risa and Connor. I mean they were the main characters and Lev too but I wanted there to be a ending where I would be satisfy and not disappointed... like when I read the first book at the end before I knew there was a series to it. Like maybe a family together? Than Risa would know how it feels like to have one because she never really had one.. the reason I say that is because when I first got Undivided I read the last page before I read all of it and it said "Connor holds his family like he would never let them go" but overall it was well written. Can't wait for the movie!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Amazing :)

    I'm not one to normally reviewbooks but I feel a series this powerful needs to be read by the world. Neal Shusterman brings all of his characters to life in this book and makes you want to fight for them. He makes you think about what's going on in the world around you and question whether his story could come true. I feel eveyone should read this so that we don't have to ask ourselves "God, what have we done?".

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2014

    Incredible. Unreal. Amazing. Everything you want in a book and m

    Incredible. Unreal. Amazing. Everything you want in a book and more. I have been a fan of this series for years and could not be more happy with this book. It has everything you want after reading the series. It connects every story and weaves an amazing story. It was a breathtaking, jaw-dropping, heart-pounding, edge-of your seat novel that you cant put down. An utterly cliche description, I know, but so completely true. This book was filled with moments happiness, sadness, laughter, hopelessness and despair and sweet triumph. There were moments that left me shocked and others that left me shouting for joy. If you're even the slightest bit hesitant about whether to buy or read this book, dont be. And if you've never read the series and are for some reason here, go get Unwind and read it. I mean it. This book completes the series and should be shared with everyone. Go on, read it. Thank you, Neal Shusterman  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2014

    To below

    Ummm...... thats hunger games sweetie. ~ &hearts &star

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2014

    Didn't like it

    I didnt like the way how th book was written. I never before heard of this book. So when I started reading i was very and total confuse by it. The author didn't explain anything for new readers like me. He just went into the story without any deatils or flase backes. I keep on reading it but nothing change. Plus their was a whole lot of advirtistment that i really didnt care about. Im happy i didnt purchase the book but just the sample.

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2014

    My heart stopped. This is quite possibly the best book I've ever

    My heart stopped. This is quite possibly the best book I've ever read. usually No way in hell could I have guessed the ending of this book. It all came together very nicely. I don't usually review books, for they are usually not worth my time. But the world needs to know about this book (and the whole series). Around the end-ish of the book, my mom told me to read outside because I was crying, yelling, and breathing loudly. If you are having any doubts about this book, I hope this clears things up,.... BUY THIS BOOK. I wish there was a higher rating than 5 stars.

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  • Posted October 29, 2014

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    I cried. I laughed. I cheered. I hungered for every turn off the

    I cried. I laughed. I cheered. I hungered for every turn off the page. Best ending to one of my favorite series ever.

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  • Posted October 24, 2014

    ¿Undivided¿, the last book in the Unwind dystology by Neal Shust

    “Undivided”, the last book in the Unwind dystology by Neal Shusterman, is everything a final book in a series should be.  It is sheer perfection from beginning to end.

    All of the characters introduced previously are developed even more, and their stories manage to come full-circle.  All of the plot is consistent with the previous books, without one single detail out of line with what has already been established.  In fact, even small details from the first book, “Unwind”, are brought back in “Undivided”.  I am looking forward to reading all four books in a row so I can fully appreciate all of the details that were sprinkled throughout.

    It’s difficult to say much without spoiling everything.  “Undivided” is a deeply disturbing novel, as it should be, and unflinching in the various topics explored, ranging from human rights to abortion.  It will make you question your own beliefs and search your soul.  It may even change you in ways you never expected.

    Thank you, Mr. Shusterman, for such an excellent series.  It will always remain one of my favorites.

    Five stars.  I wish I could give it more.

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  • Posted October 24, 2014

    This. Book. Can I just list all of the reasons why I love the Un

    This. Book. Can I just list all of the reasons why I love the Unwind Series? Oh wait, that's impossible because I would have to write and publish a novel. That's how good it is. After reading Unwind I decided this was my favorite dystopian series. Maybe even favorite series ever. 




    So you may be asking what it is that makes this series wonderful? Well for one thing, the world building is unlike anything I've ever seen. This is a dystopian that uses topics that could actually lead into that kind of society. It has a valid backstory. It has valid reasoning. That being said, these books are also very character driven. This happens because Starkey chose this. That happened because Connor decided to do that.  




    Enough about the series. This book is a brilliant conclusion to a series I have devoted so much love and time into. I won't show any spoilers because people with no self control would see it. Just trust me. This book is a worthy way to spend your time. 

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  • Posted October 23, 2014

    I don't know what to say after finishing Undivided. I need to le

    I don't know what to say after finishing Undivided. I need to let the whole sequence of events sink in from hope to hopefulness to hopeless to renewed hope. Such a rollercoaster of emotions in the entire series. The ending was played out gracefully like a series of chess moves. But at one point I had to close my eyes and look away even though it was too late the pages had come to life in my mind.
    I am so sad to say goodbye to Connor, Risa, Lev, Hayden, Grace, Cam and even the very believable villains Nelson, Starkey, Argent and the scarily haunting Divan. The Unwind dystology has created a very real possible and unnerving future that could easily exist..Thank you Mr Shusterman

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  • Posted October 21, 2014

    Neal Shusterman's in depth writing always blows me away, and I w

    Neal Shusterman's in depth writing always blows me away, and I was more than impressed with this latest installation in the Unwind Dystology. These books have always been close to my heart ever since I picked the first one, Unwind, off of a shelf in my mother's classroom. Since then, I've read Unwind at least five times, both to myself and aloud to others. My friend and I rushed to the store a couple days ago to get UnDevided, and spend the rest of the weekend reading it aloud to each other. This final installation in the series kept me on the edge of my seat, hungry for every next word. It was a rollercoaster of elation and despair, and I laughed and cried multiple times while reading. I especially love the research I could tell went into the story, and how each and every character (even the ones who only speak for a single paragraph) is well devoloped. It was a fantastic ride, Neal Shusterman, and I would like to thank you for it. I will remain forever inspired by these series.

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  • Posted October 20, 2014

    Undivided is a thrilling conclusion to the series. Although at t

    Undivided is a thrilling conclusion to the series. Although at times stressful to read, the whole series poses a series of moral questions to the reader, as well as a commentary on modern society. Exploring issues such as abortion, class divisions, corporate control of the government, scientific ethics, and ultimately what it means to be human, Schusterman continues in this book to include excerpts of news articles from modern times to portray issues both in his (hopefully) fictional future world and in ours today. This book is arguably the most thought-provoking book that I've read this year, and definitely among the books that I'll remember for years to come.

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  • Posted October 20, 2014

    This book was a phenomenal end to a phenomenal series. Although

    This book was a phenomenal end to a phenomenal series. Although I liked the original book Unwind better, I'm very pleased with how the author chose to finish out this series. From start to finish the book was full of action, but not so much so that we forgot the character's main goals. Every plot twist and every battle or turning point in the book was relevant to the plot. The constant switching of POVs keeps you interested and on the edge of your seat. Like always, the characters were fully fleshed and stuck to their personalities. While the characters are relatable, the plot is also eerily familiar. Overall I loved the final book so much, and while there may have been a character or two I wanted to see more of, I think each plot point was explained. The characters have a clear future, and although everything wasn't tied up with a bow, the reader is generally left satisfied. I would definitely recommend this book to those who read the rest of the series. While none of the subsequent books can come close to the original, they are able to keep the thrill and excitement from the first novel. To those who have not read any other books in the series, the Unwind Dystology is by far one of the best series I have ever read. 

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  • Posted October 20, 2014

    Shusterman creates a suspenseful, thought provoking, riveting lo

    Shusterman creates a suspenseful, thought provoking, riveting look into the ever so possible future. This book, like all the others in the Unwind series keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next. The different perspectives created by Shusterman pulls the reader in and challenges any thoughts they could possibly have. This book (and all the others in the Unwind series) are at the top of my list of recommended books. It makes you question your views on abortion, teens, and government control of these topics. I encourage teachers to teach this to their students. Its a great book that is apart of an even better series.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2014

    UnDivided was a spectacular novel to say the least. I was captiv

    UnDivided was a spectacular novel to say the least. I was captivated by the previous three novels, UnWind, UnWholly, and UnSouled, and was very thrilled to read the final book. I had great expectation for the conclusion of the UnWind series and Neal Shusterman fully delivered and went above and beyond anything I could have ever imagined. Not only is the story line and general plot of the book new and exciting, every character has also been masterfully created and the reader truly sees significant development in everyone. If you want to read a series, or even just one book, that has every element such as action, suspense, science, romance, drama, and more than you should definitely read the UnWind series or check out UnDivided. You will not be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2014

    Read!! I got a question!!

    What is this book/series about?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2014

    Amazing!!!!!

    This is by far THE best ending i could have imagined. Thanks to Neal for such amazing work

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