What is Unwind about the book?

Unwind is a dystopian thriller by Neal Shusterman that follows three teens on the run from a government that believes “unwinding,” or body harvesting, is an alternate solution to abortions and unwanted teens. Unwinding is also a choice for extremely religious families who want to tithe one of their teens.

What is the book Unwind based on?

Original hardcover edition
AuthorNeal Shusterman
CountryUnited States
GenreScience fiction, biopunk, adventure, dystopia, dystopian fiction

Will Unwind be a movie?

Neal Shusterman announced in January 2020 Unwind was now being developed as a TV series, he has said the movie project “didn’t work out”.

What is the moral of the book Unwind?

The way I see it, unwinding is a negative symbol for change. So the moral of the story is to be yourself and don’t let anyone change you.

What is foreshadowing in unwind?

One example of foreshadowing is “He still can’t believe that his life is being stolen from him at sixteen.” (3). This gives hints that his parents will unwind him, forcing him to run.

Is unwinding ethical?

There is no such thing as universal morality. In this world, it is widely seen as okay to unwind a child, so very few people rebel against the Bill of Life. There is such a thing as universal morality, and it is never okay to murder a child, not even in this world, which is why our main characters rebel.


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