Sympathy For Roland In Unwind By Neal Shusterman

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Chapter 61 of Unwind by Neal Shusterman was packed with sensory detail and it had me on the edge of my seat. This chapter was about Roland’s unwinding, so it was a good idea for Shusterman to tell us the whole procedure and he did a good job on that. This passage made me change my opinion on Roland. He was always a person that tormented other people, but this chapter made me feel sympathy for him. In the book, it said, “A clanging of metal. The lower half of the table is unhooked and pulled away” (Shusterman idk). Roland just lost his limbs. It would be terrible to be in his shoes at that moment. This passage also includes parts that would sound disturbing like when it says, “ He tries not to look, but he can't help it. There's no blood, just

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