Wool 4: The Unraveling
Publish date: 2011-12-26
Publisher: Broad Reach Publishing
Pages no: 166
Edition language: English
Series: Wool (#4)
4.5 stars. Not ending this one with a Hell Yeah!. More like an Oh Shit!
Amazingly thrilling fourth part! Some questions have been answered, and a glimpse to a whole sci-fi series universe has been given!The silo is even more threatening in its existing than previously, all things considered...The somehow expected new upraising is on its way.
I always appreciate a little bloodlust and regret in a novel. I'm still waiting on the regret, tho. :)
The Unraveling was great to read - and it opened wide the metaphoric doors to possibilities of the plot in the fifth installment.I got answers I wanted, my suspicious theories appeared to be very true, and yet there's more questions and more and more speculations.4 stars.
I'll review the whole set at #5, but will say here that squeaky cute child-voices infuriate me in an audiobook. Just read the book aloud. Don't do extreme voice characterizations. There's a man in this one with a distinct New England accent. Not going to happen in this book's universe.