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

Trivia

  • Originally planned to be a trilogy, when the supposed-to-be final installment, UnSouled, reached 630 pages, Neal Shusterman and his editors decided to split the books and have the fourth book UnDivided conclude the series.[1][2]

References

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