Wool Omnibus (Silo, #1) (Wool, #1-5)
The thrilling eBookblockbuster that grew into a New York Times bestseller.What would you do if the world outside was deadly, and the air you breathed could kill?And you lived in a place where every birth required a death, and the choices you made could save lives—or destroy them.This is Jules’s... show more
The thrilling eBookblockbuster that grew into a New York Times bestseller.What would you do if the world outside was deadly, and the air you breathed could kill?And you lived in a place where every birth required a death, and the choices you made could save lives—or destroy them.This is Jules’s story. This is the world of Wool.
Publish date: March 12th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 509
Edition language: English
Series: Silos (#1)
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...
Die Menschen leben seit Generationen in einem Silo unter der Erde. Keiner weiß, warum sie sich einst von der Erdoberfläche zurückgezogen hat. Aber was, wenn alles nur eine große Lüge ist? Hugh Howey hat mit „Silo“ eine fesselnde Dystopie geschaffen, die meine Erwartungen weit übertroffen hat.Ein Sil...
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,...
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...
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...