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Connor Risa and Lev are running for their livesThe Second Civil War was fought over reproductive rights The chilling resolution Life is inviolable from the moment of conception until age thirteen Between the ages of thirteen and eighteen however parents can have their child unwound whereby all of the child's organs are transplanted into different donors so life doesn't technically end Connor is too difficult for his parents to control Risa a ward of the state is not enough to be kept alive And Lev is a tithe a child conceived and raised to be unwound Together they may have a chance to escape and to survive


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    I was walking back from my playgroup with my son on Monday I came out of an elevator to find a teenage boy waiting for me Fear and an urge to protect my son came over me as he looked a little rough around the edgesInstead of pulling a knife or picking a fight though the teenager turned on me with big embarrassed doe eyes to ask in a quivering voice Excuse me can I please have fifty cents to call my mum? I fished out fifty cents worth of coins and left as soon as I saw him head towards the telephone not waiting around to see if he got through to her True storyUnwind by Neal Shusterman is a novel about a world gone mad in which children between the ages of thirteen and eighteen can be legally signed over by their parents or guardians to be put through a harvest camp so that others can take their organs tissue and bloodAbortion is also illegal but people can leave infants on other people's doorstep as a method of storking and thus legally handing over their responsibilities of the childA common phrase used throughout this book is Someone else's problem This encompasses the spirit of the book and is said often by adults who have had children fall temporarily into their hemisphere and require dealing with There are very few adults in this book who do than the bare minimum of what they have to do to sit right in their conscience and there's a whole bevy of others who don't do that muchConnor one of the trio of main protagonists and an indisputable Christ metaphor is a problem child His parents are at a loss as to how to handle his behavioral problems and his poor grades so they consign him to being unwound Risa a ward of the state is a bed that the government can free up for a child that they can't legally unwind yet and so is also handed over to the harvesting camp Levi the last of the trio is a religious tithe by his parents born and raised to serve God by handing him over to be tithed as part of their duty to the community and GodThere are many other such stories in this book from a boy whose loving parents died leaving him an inheritance that his aunt feels would be better off putting her kids through college once he's been unwound and a boy whose divorcing parents couldn't agree on any custody solution and would rather literally divide himThis whole book is about the powerlessness of children in the hands of those who should be responsible for them It is at times nerve wracking heartbreaking devastating and a complete adrenaline rushWhat it is most of all though is sad Sad because the truth is that children are not the problem and they shouldn't be treated like a problem They are a symptom at worst and a blessing always They are a gift that requires attention They are an innocent package and in the case of 99% of them if they are running around the street as twelve year olds being a menace to society then they have not let us down we have let them downI love this book because it is well written I love this book because it is compelling I love this book because sometimes it is a hard and challenging read on a personal level I love this book because it asks you to think I love this book for the many things it has revealed about me most of them not positive I love this book because it is well written with absorbing characters and a great plotMost of all I love this book because next time I come across a kid of the street asking for fifty cents to call his mum I'll let him borrow my phone and make sure she's coming to get him