Third Shift: Pact (Wool, #8)
Publisher: Broad Reach Publishing
Pages no: 277
Good but not great.
Fantastic! When I was done I had to go re-read the ending of Wool. I can't wait for August, when the last book comes out. I've pre-ordered, which is something I seldom do!
Clever close to the trilogy, capping off the first five with a larger, outside viewpoint. Quite satisfying, really. Now I've got to wait impatiently for 9 to be released and bite my nails and pull out my hair. One thing I love best about this series is how well-thought out it is, how self-consist...
Did I mention how I hate, how I loathe the clifhangers? Sure, all of the instalments of Wool serie end with some kind of the cliffy, but for the first time it happened to me - there's no more yet. And I'm furious. I can understand the idea of getting the reader's attention. Hell, it works.
Oh, Hugh Howey! I loved this book. And this time the author's note did not stop me from turning another page to find the epilogue. I can't wait for Dust to see how it all ends. Following Jimmy's story and how he turned into Solo was amazing. I felt so bad for that kid. And also Donny's path was grea...
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