I liked the character development.
Story could have been more exciting. It seemed to drag in places.
The narrator was a welcome change after torturing my way through Minnie in Wool.
It got really boring and forced. Half of the examples have political agenda.
Narration was fine.
About half of the content.
Could have been replaced with a book half as long.
No, I would recommend the paper book. Minnie destroys the story with her ridiculous attempts at voices.
The book is great. It is like Shift and Dust.
Never. She ruined a really good book.
It has one. Shift.
Read the paper book wool and then listen to shift and dust as they are read much better.
Hugh can't help himself, as his writing digresses into hatred of Christian leadership. The story line isn't even lined up properly as the religion in one scene worships 'Gods' plural and in another has crosses symbolizing Christianity. He does not do logical justice in explaining the existence of this religion. The need for religion in this context is nonexistent as the silo is already the sole source of hope for the inhabitants.
Hugh needs to review logic. It seems he couldn't help himself in displaying his own prejudice, yet lacked the skill or desire to weave this mini plot into the story properly.
This pitiful attempt to smear one particular religion was very distracting to the story.
Either remove the juvenile slam on religion or weave it into the story with more craft. It is quite sloppy and doesn't have logical credence.
Yes, Gerard was excellent in this and in Shift.
The three books should be combined into a movie. Wool was much better than Shift and Dust was slightly better than Shift.
A must read simply to end the saga. The story begins to drag in the middle of Shift and is painfully slow through Dust as well.
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