Unwind

By: Neal Shusterman

Conflict:

The conflict in "Unwind" is that Connor, Risa, and Lev are trying to run away from the Juvie Cops so they dont get unwound.

Main characters:

The main characters in my book are Connor, Risa, and Lev.

The critics corner:

The critics corner in my book are that people say that this book is " [A] griping, brilliantly imagined futueristic thriller... could hardly be more engrossing or better aimed to teens." publishers weekly, starred review. My critic corner is that this book is a nail biting, thriller because you dont know what happens.  

Expostion:

The expostion in my book are Connor, Risa, and Lev. The setting in my book is based on the future. The problemis that the police are trying to get Connor, Risa, and Lev so that they can get unwound.

Rising action:

The rising action in my book is that Connor, Risa, And Lev are hiding from the plice so well that they are getting angry.

Climax:

The Climax of my book is that when Connor and Risa are at the "Graveyard", the person in charge ends up in the hospital because he had a heart attack and one of the doctors ends up calling the police and turns them in.

Falling action:

The falling action in my book is that two of Levs freinds ends up blowing up the harvest camp that Connor, Risa, and Lev are in because they are clappers and they all escape. Connor ends up getting a new arm and a new name so he can not be unwound, Risa becomes paralized so she can not be unwound, and Lev still has explosives in his bloodstream so he can not be unwound.

Resolution:

The resolution in my book is that Connor and Risa end up taking over the "Graveyard, the person in charge of the "Graveyard before lives the end of his life peacefully, and Lev gets addopted by his brother since his parents do not want him.