Books in the Middle: Reading for Middle School

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Guest Blogger – Mrs. Ferroli 7th Grade LA teacher November 20, 2012

Filed under: Science Fiction Books — oneilllibrary @ 2:32 pm
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I just finished reading UnWholly written by Neal Shusterman. UnWholly is the sequel to Unwind.

       

 

Although I enjoy series, I often think the best book of the series is the first book. I enjoyed Unwind, however, I LOVED UnWholly. I liked that the book continued the story of several of the main characters from the first book and also introduced a few new characters that should have an integral role in the third book. Although I found the book to be dark and actually had to put the book down and walk away from it at times, I really enjoyed the last 200 pages. My only frustration is having to wait until Fall of 2013 for the third book, UnSouled.  🙂

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2 Responses to “Guest Blogger – Mrs. Ferroli 7th Grade LA teacher”

  1. I am reading UnWholly right now and I, too, agree – I am enjoying it so much more than Unwind! I I don’t often like when books are made into movies but this series needs to be a movie!!
    The new characters definitely bring a darker element to the characters from Unwind. I can’t wait to find out how it ends, especially for Cam. I am not a big sci-fi reader but this book could win me over for that genre. This book is action packed for those readers who need action from the beginning of the book. I recommend reading Unwind just to get to UnWholly. I can only hope the next book is going to be even better!

  2. Phill Klamm Says:

    I didn’t know there was a sequel to UnWind. You just made my day. Thanks for sharing this!


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