A cleaning has been performed, and now the silo is without a sheriff. With only one good candidate available, Mayor Jahns and Deputy Marnes set off for the down deep to recruit her in person. Along the way, they discover much about each other, troubling news about this candidate, and stumble upon... show more
A cleaning has been performed, and now the silo is without a sheriff. With only one good candidate available, Mayor Jahns and Deputy Marnes set off for the down deep to recruit her in person. Along the way, they discover much about each other, troubling news about this candidate, and stumble upon fractured alliances that could spell the doom of a silo they've worked long years to protect.
Publish date: November 30th 2011
Publisher: Broad Reach Publishing
Pages no: 106
Edition language: English
Series: Wool (#2)
How 'Proper Gauge' went for me. Is George R.R Martin writing this?
This is the second novella that gave birth to Wool. In this book we follow Mayor Jahns and Deputy Mames as they travel downards into the bowels of the silo so they can interview a candidate to sheriff position. Along the way we see those two characters developed much more than the first novella and ...
The second book in the Wool series basically just sets up the rest of the series (in my opinion). It's slow and took me forever to read. The economics and politics of the silo is very interesting and I enjoy the world he's created, but nothing really happens and for a 'short story' that is essential...
This is an excellent second installment in the Wool short story series. This story has a completely different feel from the first one. We spend most of the story on a walk with 2 people down the entire length of the silo. While slower in pace, it allowed the world inside the silo to expand. And ...
As someone else mentioned, this isn't a stand alone book. You have to have read the first of the series in order to understand most of what is occuring in the second. ...except for the love between the two focal characters in Proper Gauge. That needed no introduction. It was sweet to see them fe...