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by Hugh Howey
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Claire loves to read!
Claire loves to read! rated it 2 years ago
Published by: Arrow (25 April 2013) ISBN: 978-0099580485 Rating: 3* Synopsis: In a ruined and hostile landscape, in a future few have been unlucky enough to survive, a community exists in a giant underground silo. Inside, men and women live an enclosed life full of rules and regulations, of se...
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
The outside world is uninhabitable. To even speak of it is forbidden. Humanity has been reduced to a single silo buried underneath a wasteland of death and despair. 3 sections, 48 floors each, hundreds of feet below the surface. That’s it. The only thing buried deeper, in this apocalyptic landscape,...
Emma Richey
Emma Richey rated it 3 years ago
E-I-E-I-Oh...you weren't kidding. At some point in history, Old McDonald's farm must have not gone so well, because all he ended up with in the end was a silo. Props to whoever advised him to keep the silo, though, because it sure came in handy [spoiler] when the air got poisoned and the world bec...
The Nrrdling (Aryn)
The Nrrdling (Aryn) rated it 3 years ago
I take it back, when earlier today I said that I was underwhelmed. The book just starts slow. Hugh Howey spends a lot of time world building in a way that sort of leaves you scratching your head, wondering why that might have been relevant because it sure as hell doesn't feel that way. Maybe as a...
Starlight Roof
Starlight Roof rated it 4 years ago
I loved this book.It was, if not _the_ best dystopian books, one of the best modern dystopian books I have read. Full of action/adventures. I wouldn't say that the idea is brand new, but the development of the idea is very well done.
Darth Pony
Darth Pony rated it 4 years ago
It's not you, book, it's me. You see, I loved your first story. The backstory flashbacks were a little annoying, but the main character was a complex, interesting guy and I cared about what happened to him. And that ending! Whoah! I really didn't see that coming. The cake was a lie, and the lie was ...
Hello Book, So Long Sleep...
Hello Book, So Long Sleep... rated it 4 years ago
Recently saw Snowpiercer. The whole time I'm watching it certain parts of these books kept coming to my mind. So if you've seen Snowpiercer you might like these two books. INSIDE OUT by Maria V. Snyder (this one is YA) WOOL OMNIBUS by Hugh Howey If you've read these books and liked them, you m...
BOOKWRAITHS REVIEWS rated it 4 years ago
This is the first "story" in the Wool Omnibus series that took the world by storm in 2011. At 49 pages long, the tale can be read in a single sitting, and more than likely you will do just that, because you will find yourself immediately getting sucked into this one from the first paragraph. In th...
Jennifer | Book Den
Jennifer | Book Den rated it 4 years ago
I am in love with this series. Wool wasn't perfect, but I loved it pretty hard core.Dystopians and I haven't gotten along for a while now, but Wool has reminded me of everything I love about a great dystopian.So what's the dystopian hook with Wool? A silo. The earth has become uninhabitable, and tho...
The Fault in Our Blogs
The Fault in Our Blogs rated it 4 years ago
original source: http://thefaultinourblogs.blogspot.comSo I discovered after I'd finished this edition of Wool that the different sections within were published as separate novellas, or novels, or something. This edition, called Wool Omnibus, is the first in a four-part bigger series and I look forw...
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