Unwind part 1 summary
At the warehouse, Risa, Connor, and the other Unwinds are being herded by the fatigues into airline packing crates in groups of four.
CyFi follows the impulses over to the home where Tyler, the Unwind who unwillingly gave CyFi a part of his brain, lived. Also people grow suspicious of the Admiral because of his abnormally white teeth which they think are from a Unwind.
Unwind chapter 4 summary
She tries to excel in everything she does so that she can prove that she has a reason to live. He decides impulsively to take the baby with them. They hide in a bathroom and strategize what they are going to do. Ariana promised that she would run away with him. He tells the office that he had been kidnapped by unwinds who were hiding in the bathroom. He runs in and saves Connor who is missing an arm and an eye, and Risa from the demolished building. CyFi starts having a seizure-like tantrum as they are walking around in Joplin, and things begin to look familiar. There are, however, some ways or conditions to avoid and become exempted from Unwinding. She also tells them to go to the antique shop close by for a place to hide. Lev learns that everyone outside of his family thinks he was already unwound, and that Pastor Dan wants him to seize this opportunity to create a new life for himself. In a hectic scape, Connor makes the mistake of taking a baby that the mother does not want.
Connor realizes that Risa is an unwind, and he tells her to run with him. During the trip, they discuss whether unwinds are considered dead or alive, and whether they would rather be killed or unwound.
Unwind summary part 2
In a hectic scape, Connor makes the mistake of taking a baby that the mother does not want. Conner sees the reaction of a family after they have been storked and pretends to be the father to get the baby. At every sports court there are either cameras for every person playing or people with clipboards watching to see how their body moves and if muscles work right. She told them the name of an antique shop to go to and to talk to Sonia if they wanted help. They almost got run over by a bus which has StaHo kids from across the area going to different places. At this point, The Admiral is introduced, Risa sees Roland, and the Unwinds find out they will remain in The Graveyard until they reach the safe age of eighteen. Roland turns in Connor, Risa, the people who live in the Graveyard to save himself. In the basement, are other children who are either unwinds, or abandoned by their parents through storking. The Juvey-cops take away Roland, Risa and Connor to a harvest camp. Other than resolving the war, the Unwind Accord was signed as an agreement to end the "terror generation" and their Teen Uprising , another result of the Heartland War. They would not know how they were playing the piano so well; the hand would be acting on its own. Risa and Connor now get along with one another because they bond their anger at Lev. While everyone was evacuating the school, Conner, Risa, and the baby were hiding in a chemistry lab, making an attempt to stay hidden. Every year the thought of unwinding passes through the mind of one in ten parents.
While everyone was evacuating the school, Conner, Risa, and the baby were hiding in a chemistry lab, making an attempt to stay hidden. By law, the Unwind is required to be kept conscious and awake through the entire procedure.
In the basement, are other children who are either unwinds, or abandoned by their parents through storking.
She told him that when he turned eighteen, the age that he needs to live to in order for him or anyone else not to become unwound, he needed to come back to visit and she would give the letter back.
Risa and Connor talk to the other kids, and they hear the story of Humphrey Dunfee, whose parents had him unwound, only to change their mind and try to piece him back together. While they are walking around looking for food and clothing, Conner sees a baby that has been left on the front porch of a home.
Not wanting to know anything about them, she agrees to help them escape.
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