The way in which Shift sets out the background to Wool , explaining how humanity could end up in silos is brilliant. To those of you who want your Wool-ish questions answered, you can find them in Shift.
Are you serious? Details if other: Count me in for Dust.
The plot itself offers some genuine surprises, but it's overcomplicated. Last night, for instance, my husband mentioned to me if I thought there would be fewer uprisings in the Silo if they had more reading material, maybe some fun magazines like Silo Living? Dare I say I'm pleased to be able to see his evolution as a wr Immediately after finishing the Wool series, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Hugh Howey had finished Third Shift , which meant that Shift Omnibus was complete, and I could dive right into it.
It killed the mood for me when Donald was pining away for Helen, and I thought it was unrealistic and kind of pathetic that he got stuck on that even when Helen was dead for 200 years. Did I miss a chapter on her or something? The plot became more and more incoherent, and the 'big reveals' got more and more showy and silly.
Vestigios by Hugh Howey A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. In fact, please carry on in the comments! No, dear friends, I am not. This may be due to my non-engagement with the main character and my wish to get through those sections efficiently and quickly, but this volume did seem to hold a greater precedence with plot and pace rather than having those small moments interspersed between. This review will have spoilers for people who have not read Wool, and only general spoilers for those who have yet to read Shift.
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The world outside 3. It is a tale of politics, paranoia and nanotechnology.
The writer leads us to a terrible future in which individuals are determined to do everything to manipulate people with some strange motives. Oct 24, 2013 Alexis rated it it was ok. Enlarge cover. The much anticipated prequel to bestseller Wool that takes us back to the beginnings of the silo. Originally bought used on amazon.
That said, it's fiction - anything goes.
All this being said I'll still come back for the final chapter of WOOL because damn if it isn't an interesting place to explore. When all of a sudden, out of nowhere, the book dumps you into a ridiculously long ass flashback.