Do you have troubled teen? Can’t seem to fit in? Listless and angry? Often prone to fits of impulsive and sometimes dangerous behavior? Does your teen seem unable to stand living in his or her own skin? It could be more than simple teenage rebellion. Your child may be suffering from Biosystemic Disunification Disorder, or BDD.
Well, now there’s hope!
Haven Harvest Services has five-star youth camps throughout the nation that will take the angriest, most violent, and dysfunctional suffers of BDD and carefully ease them into a soothing divided state.
Call now for a free consultation – counselors are standing by!
Haven Harvest Services. When you love them enough to let them go.”
UnWholly by Neal Shusterman takes place about a year after Unwind. Thanks to Connor, Lev, and Risa—and their high profile revolt at Happy Jack Harvest Camp—people can no longer turn a blind eye to unwinding.
Beyond that, I can’t tell you much because I have no clue how to concisely write a description of UnWholly. UnWholly is definitely like an onion, an onion with like a billion layers. Shusterman has plots within plots within subplots with seemingly unimportant characters throughout the book. At times I felt the magic of Unwind was never going to reach UnWholly. But after struggling through the end, I am blown away how all of this comes together. Once again, my jaw dropped at the end. Book three here I come. 🙂