Neal Shusterman's plan from the beginning.
Lev feels lost. He began life as a devoted tithe, but once that illusion was finally shattered he was scooped up by the clappers. When he didn't follow through with nihilistic terrorism, he finds himself on an Arapache reservation. He is looking for a purpose for his life. He needs all those narrow escapes to mean something, and he won't stop until he finds that purpose.
Starkey becomes more power hungry with each passing day, and it doesn't matter who gets hurt as long as long as he is a thorn in the side of the unwinding machine. Now the clapper organization is funding the Stork Brigade with food, weapons, and clappers. Starkey rules with an iron fist, but what will he do when the storks start thinking for themselves?
Nelson's one ambition since the Akron AWOL turned his own tranq gun on him has been to take that kid down claim Conner Lassiter's eyes for his own. He's closer than ever as he takes his new apprentice Argent to meet the most heinous parts pirate in the system.
Conner has discovered something that Proactive Citizenry thought they'd destroyed, an organ printer. If he can get this information public with the right company, one that's big enough to do something and small enough to not be part of Proactive Citizenry, he hopes he can change the way people think about unwinding. But he has to make a stop first. He has to go back where it all started and try to make peace before he can make change.
Risa and Conner are finally back together, but his desire to reconnect with his past may threaten their future.
Cam is trying to move forward since giving himself up to protect Risa. Now that he's back in the Proactive Citizenry compound, he is disillusioned and distrustful. With a little searching, he uncovers the horrifying truth about their plans for the future, and he knows he's the only one who can stop it.
My only real complaint about this final book is that Risa plays only a token roll. Yes, Una has an active part, but what about Risa? We need more girl power!
That said, the story is amazing, and the way Shusterman fits all the pieces together is mind-blowing. Kudos, Mr. Shusterman, Kudos.