Publish date: July 31st 2014
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Pages no: 56
Edition language: English
Series: Wool (#1)
I can see why Hugh Howey’s Wool is ripe for bestseller status: the hook is gripping, the characters are relatable, the sci-fi concept is intriguing, and Howey’s prose conveys the action with urgency and clarity. It doesn’t end up quite so satisfying to me, though. There is that one missing thing: de...
I loved it-it was fantastic! I really liked how Howey sucks you in at the beginning by throwing you little tidbits at a time about the world and the current dynamics. Some authors try to do that but they can't pull it off. You end up completely lost or could careless about what the hell they are tal...
How 'Wool' went for me. Audio: Minnie Goode. ^^^^
Have you ever felt guilty about not liking a book? Or is it only me? Or do I have a friend?I will be honest. I had this book for seven, SEVEN months and this is my fifth attempt at reading it. I have had more success and pleasure in watching paint dry. The writing doesn't grip me at all. I get it, I...
Not what I was expectingI thought I had this book figured out but I was very wrong on all points. But now I'm dying to read the next one.
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