Wool introduced the silo and its inhabitants. Shift told the story of their making. Dust will chronicle their undoing. Welcome to the underground.
©2013 Hugh Howey (P)2013 Hugh Howey
A great way to end a sage or lead you to another. Characters you fall in love with, and root for, while showing you a dark version of the world that we're currently living in or could easily become. Great book/series all around.
Very satisfying series . Characters , once established, or interesting and complicated . I recommend the series.
Say something about yourself!
If you've read the first two books, you'll read this one certainly, but it didn't have quite the suspense, quite the excitement of the first two. The ending is satisfactory, but I guess I was hoping for more.
Overall this series is one of the best I've ever read.
First two books in the series were good. This one felt like author was just trying to fill pages with words for the sake of wasting my time. Most annoying book I've listened to in quite a while.
I really enjoyed this set of books for the most part. I got the completed trilogy but found my self searching the web thinking I had missed a book each time I started in on the next book. Then I get to the end of the third book and now I feel like I'm missing like 3 chapter's of the end of the story. I have enjoyed this story but probably would not recommend it to a friend because of the gapeing holes in the storyline.
the trilogy is really good. hard to take breaks. I was a bit annoyed by the heroes never being coherent or clever, but the general sorry great. no loose ends, suspense, true interests. a real fear of the Apocalypse!! now I know how it's gonna go down! OMG!
Ok, it’s over. Hugh Howey has brought the saga of the silos to a successful conclusion. Now that the time lines from the previous novels of the series have merged, Howey finishes strong. He lets us know what happens to those who built the silos and those who lived in them. Most of the loose ends are tied up and we are provided with a good sense of closure.
I read this as an audiobook. The narrator, Tim Gerard Reynolds, continued the very good job he started in Shift.
Great story concept, but the story just drags on and on
Pretty much what I expected
Well suited to the book and a great change from Minnie Good who narrated the first book
Give up on Sagas for a while
I'm no stranger to long book or series of books, but this thing just dragged on forever. It never really drew me in and made me anxious to hear the next chapter, I found myself listening just so that I could get though it and on to my next book. A real dissapointment
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