[The Wool Trilogy] Kindle ☆ Hugh Howey


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  • The Wool Trilogy
  • Hugh Howey
  • English
  • 20 June 2020
  • 9781473506213

review The Wool Trilogy

The Wool Trilogy review í 3 Nd as her walls start closing in she must decide whether to fight or to dieShiftDonald Keene was recruited by the government to design an underground shelter Over fifty years later Donald's design has been realised and the last remnants of mankind live in his silo But no one can remember what li. The edition of Wool that I ve read is a compilation or omnibus of several shorter stories or novellas which are interrelated and which appeared in a seuence over several months as self published on line editions authored by Hugh Howey He became a bit of an internet celebrity for the success of his on line publishing which bypassed the usual processes of publishing houses At some stage the collection has been brought together and published in hard copy catapulting Howey into the ranks of successful authors very uicklyThe early novellas entitled Holston and Proper Gauge chapters in this edition concern the lives and deaths of Holston Jahns and Marnes senior figures in the administration of the Silo a totally self sustaining underground installation of thousands of people taking refuge from a post apocalyptic Earth which has been decimated I greatly enjoyed the economy of the language of these opening chapters which tell their story effectively with a leanness which is missing from the subseuent chapters Certainly this spare style propels the reader along at a cracking pace These two chapters which are or less independent of each other narrate the fate of their subjects but at the same time introduce us to the workings of the remarkable subterranean society of the Pact Everyone adheres to the Rules and the system works But it becomes apparent that there is one set of rules for the majority and another set for the elite secretive world of IT headed by by the odious Bernard We are introduced to the remarkable character Juliette a strong no nonsense hard working mechanic whose single minded dedication to her job keeps much of the infrastructure of the silo functioning as well as possible She s one tough lady and her strength and will power make her the focus of and heroine of the subseuent chapters Casting Off Unravelling and Stranded I found her to be an immensely likeable heroine and I admired her mental resoluteness and physical endurance All the way through the book I wanted her to survive and thrive despite the enormous dangers she facedUnder the conditions of the Pact members of the community who transgress are exiled to the outside with the instruction to clean the lenses of the observation cameras mounted on the roof of the silo Some people restless with the enclosed world of the silo opt to go outside voluntarily in a desperate search for answers to the uestions of the great beyond Because the surface of the Earth is highly toxic nobody has ever survived the cleaning until JulietteThe conseuences for the ordered world of the silo are unprecedented and the functionality of the hierarchical society held together by the Pact s enforcers falls apart It would spoil the story for readers if I divulge at this pointI found Wool to be a thoroughly engrossing world and a highly enjoyable read

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The Wool Trilogy review í 3 The bestselling Wool trilogy now available in one download Includes Wool Shift and DustWoolIn a ruined and hostile landscape in a future few have been unlucky enough to survive a community exists in a giant underground silo Jules is part of this community but she is different She dares to hope A. The Wool Trilogy is without a doubt my favourite dystopian readIt has everything you need in a good dystopian book whilst managing to go against the grain of what is so popular We have the necessary degraded world filled with secrets we want to understand and characters who have their mind set on life being lived in a particular way For me the winning element is the characters they re so well developed from the outset Rather than a world of teenagers overthrowing the terrible adults we have adults who have lived in the world and understand the need for answers and changeThis is a mature dystopian read than most and because of that I find it to be much enjoyable It s a series I recommend to any dystopian fan ಅಮ್ಮಾವ್ರ ಗಂಡ ruined and hostile landscape in a future few have been unlucky enough to survive a community exists in a giant underground silo Jules is part of this community but she is different She dares to hope A. The Wool Trilogy is without a doubt my favourite dystopian Potato Surprise A Brimstone Preuel readIt has everything you need in a good dystopian book whilst managing to go against the grain of what is so popular We have the necessary degraded world filled with secrets we want to understand and characters who have their mind set on life being lived in a particular way For me the winning element is the characters they Winning The Player re so well developed from the outset Rather than a world of teenagers overthrowing the terrible adults we have adults who have lived in the world and understand the need for answers and changeThis is a mature dystopian Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 read than most and because of that I find it to be much enjoyable It s a series I A Year Down Yonder recommend to any dystopian fan

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The Wool Trilogy review í 3 Fe was like before In fact they're forced to forget One simple pill erases a memory And with it any chance of hopeDustIn the aftermath of the uprising the people of Silo 18 are coming to terms with a dangerous new order And some want it destroyed The battle has been won The war is just beginning. Wool is a book that I wanted to keep picking up which makes for a great vacation read I think it s the first of a series and though the page length is a big commitment I ll probably keep reading the seriesThe reason it s called Wool methinks is because the majority of humanity has the wool pulled over their eyes by a few in power People live in underground silos to protect them from the noxious gases that have ruined the world outside However when the heroine of the plot Juliette is sent outside the silo to her supposed execution she uncovers the secret that other silos exist From there it s the underdogs with the truth battling against the man with the wool