Wool introduced the silo and its inhabitants. Shift told the story of their making. Dust will chronicle their undoing. Welcome to the underground.
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an epic tale from beginning of trilogy to the end. characters were so real. I grew attached to each of them and will miss them dearly. the author provided such a vast perspective of how power causes suffering when in the wrong hands. the story of survival is both haunting and inspiring.
It's not my favorite ever but it was definitely a great book.
My favorite was Lukas and still remains that. Don't want to go into why without giving too much away.
Yes I listened to Shift prior to this one. He did a great job on both.
The end made me a little teary eyed. Don't want to spoil anything but it was a great conclusion for the series.
very different story. well worth the read. just wish they would of gone more into how everything happened in the end of the book.
It took me 3 days to listen to the first two books in this series because they were entertaining. It took me two months to listen to this last one. So poorly done. So many stupidly angry people. Some suddenly becoming murder-happy when it doesn't even fit their character. Then there's the religious idiot wearing a cross even though in this story there would be no Christ or cross. I could understand it if they were some explanation to back it up, but it was just pointedly mentioned and then forgotten. And then of course all of the religious people were crazy idiots. I'm fine with Christian bashing, just do it well. Stuff like this makes the basher sound petulant.
More importantly the characters just became erratic. So poorly written.
Loved this series all the way through. Very emotional and rewarding. Not sure why there is a repeated chapter at the end of the book's recording. Needless to say chapter 68 is where it ends, 69 is just a repeat.
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