How old are the characters in unwind?

Characters of Unwind


Likewise, is unwind becoming a movie? Unwind is a potential film based on the book of the same name, written by Neal Shusterman. It is currently in pre-production under the German film production and film distribution company Constantin Film and Don Carmody Productions, and is co-financed with Voltage Pictures.

In respect to this, who is the main character in unwind?

Connor Lassiter Risa Ward Cyrus “CyFi” Finch Levi “Lev” Jedediah Calder Roland

Why is Mai being unwound?

She has a black eye, indicating that she must have gotten into fights – however, her parents are Unwinding her because they had too many girls in the family, she being the last one, before they finally got the son that she wanted.

Does Lev die in unwind?

For Lev, though, this is a good thing because he, too, is exempt from Unwinding. The explosives in his system can never be fully extracted, meaning he can never be unwound. All three characters appear in future book in the series, so by staying alive, their journey has just begun.

Does Connor die in unwind?

Running the Graveyard After the clappers’ explosions in the Happy Jack Harvest Camp, Connor was presumed to be dead. In the hospital, he was given the identity of Officer E.

How do you unwind?

20 Ways to Relax & Unwind Use your breath. Release the tension in your jaw. Tend to yourself. Journal. Make a list of the day’s triumphs. Get clear on what you need to do. Identify what you can and can’t control. Create a bedtime ritual.

What is Risas last name in unwind?

Risa is a piano playing orphan, or in other words, a ward of the state. Hence her last name, Ward.

What happened to Risa in unwind?

During a clapper attack on Happy Jack Harvest Camp, Risa was left paralyzed from waist down and unable to walk. This went on for months, until Risa was given an unwound part of a spine that allowed her to walk again.

What year is unwind set in?

Published in 2007 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, the book is set in an America following a second Civil War, this time fought over abortion. Under a new law, no life can be taken until the age of 13, but from 13 to 17 parents and guardians can “unwind” any child they want.

What is a Dystology mean?

What is a dystology? It’s a made-up word (made up by author Neal Shusterman, of course); a portmanteau of dystopian and ______-logy, as in a series of books. Is that cheesy? Maybe, but the books are so good! Part of my job title is Teen Librarian.

How old is Connor in unwind?


Who is the antagonist in unwind?


Who is Dalton in unwind?

Dalton. Dalton was a musician that was set to be unwound when Connor and Risa met him at the Happy Jack Harvest Camp. He died in the clapper explosion while being comforted by Risa.

What is the conflict in unwind?

For me, the most central conflict in the story is a person/people vs. society conflict. Shusterman has created a world in which retroactive abortion is acceptable. The population has bought into the idea that a child’s life doesn’t end if his/her body parts are farmed out and donated to other people.

Who is Cam in Unwholly?

Cam is a product of unwinding; made entirely out of the parts of other unwinds, he is a teen who does not technically exist. A futuristic Frankenstein, Cam struggles with a search for identity and meaning and wonders if a rewound being can have a soul.

What is a clapper in unwind?

Clappers are “young terrorists” whose circulatory systems have been pumped with a chemical close in composition to triglycerides that makes their blood explosive. The chemical’s similarity to triglycerides causes medical examiners to mistake it for being caused by a high-fat diet, instead of an explosive transfusion.

What happens at the end of unwind?

At the end of Unwind, all our protagonists survive (yay) but the costs for everyone are steep. Pretending to be this older boy lets him escape Unwinding. This all sounds pretty good, except for the fact that Connor’s arm was blown off in the explosion (ouch) and he gets his rival, Roland’s, arm as a replacement. Yikes.