So, I've been reading the sequel to Unwind. Initially I was concerned about how the quality of the book. Nothing against Neal Shusterman, but after the events that occurred in Unwind, it was going to be difficult for him to keep things as interesting. God, has UnWholly surprised me. Not only does it keep my interest in a vice grip like its predecessor did, but I feel like UnWholly even surpasses the first book. Things keep going like they should. Such as with Lev being targeted by clappers. I never considered this as a possibility, but the more I thought about it, the more sense it made. In the real world, he would be targeted by a terrorist group he had once been a part of and later abandoned. That's not something you can just walk away from. Shusterman doesn't just rehash the same story, though it would be very easy to do so, he actually builds onto it, the way that I talented writer should. I am loving every minute of this book, and I can't wait to see how it ends.