Unwind by Neal Shusterman

Unwind takes place in a world where children (orphans) are used as organ donors against their will. The ethical dilemma is that, technically, the “unwound” children are alive after their organ donations. The book focuses on the lives of children who are on the run to avoid being unwound. The plot of the book and the characters were very good, but the writing style was terrible.

–O.M. (15)

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