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Cover Reveal: UnSouled (Unwind #3) Neal Shusterman

THIS is THE #1 most anticipated book of 2013 on my list. This entire series is amazing. Beyond words, it's so fantastic. I swear, it will BLOW YOU AWAY. Unwind and UnWholly are like NOTHING you have read before.

In a genre with so many repeats and copycats it's something special to be one-of-a-kind. Neal Shusterman does not disappoint.

As I was trolling through my TBR list on Goodreads (prepping for my library visit later today), I came across the cover for UnSouled and nearly fell out of my chair. I love it. Hard core.

There is no synopsis yet. (sigh) and you'll also have to wait until October to get your hands on this one. (double sigh) But I can promise you, it is worth waiting for (and reading).

UnSouled (Unwind, #3)
Pretty creepy, right? You better believe it! I do not think it is just a coincidence that one face has its eyes wide open. (hint: major theme in this series)


  1. I am sooo excited for this book! The wait is awful!


  2. Oh my gosh it's so creepy. I loved Unwind but haven't read Unwholly yet because it hasn't come to my elibrary yet. I'll have to break down and buy it soon. I really really love this series though.


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