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A review of Unwind by chattydorothy

A review of Unwind

After the second civil war, or the Heartland war, is fought in America over abortion a new world is created. A world in which rebellious teens, unwanted children, and runaways are living organ hatcheries. This compromise allowing parents to sign an order for their children between the ages of 13 and 18 years old to be unwound—taken to "harvest camps" and having their body parts harvested for later use. The reasoning was that, since 100% was required to be used, unwinds did not technically "die", because their individual body parts lived on. In addition to unwinding, parents who are unable to raise their children to age thirteen for retroactive abortion have the option to "stork" their child by leaving it on another family's porch. If they don't get caught, the "storked" baby then becomes the other family's responsibility.

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Neal Shusterman

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