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Wool 2 Paperback – November 30, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
The journey for Jahns and Marnes was not going to be an easy one they were getting older and going down the spiral staircase 144 floors would take days down and days back up the dreaded stairs. They had to do it to interview this new candidate for Sheriff. The one they thought might be the best for the job despite what the dreaded IT manager had said.....
I love Sci-Fi and this book is about the end of the world scenario and life in a hidden bunker for hundreds of years. The survivors don't really even know how long their families have lived underground but they do know it is blasphemy to talk of going outside.
What makes this story so wonderful is not the Sci-Fi part but the wonderful way the book is written. You will get involved with the characters' lives as well as their emotions and concerns. This book is artfully written and you will become engrossed in reading on just to see what happens next. It is a novel of an isolated society trying to survive for the preservation of the human race. Centuries of life have been spent underground and lost history indicates several uprisings that caused a great turmoil in the Silo. Keeping a tight knit society and working as a team is the key to continued survival.Read more ›
In Wool 2 characters introduced in Wool are developed and we get to see more of the vast Silo humanity lives in. Fascinating, different and incredibly well done. I could not put it down.
Enter Deputy Marnes and Mayor Jahns in this story. Making a journey down to the bottom of the silo to get their next sheriff. This journey is simply fascinating and Hugh Howey makes you feel like YOU are there. My legs hurt so bad after reading this book. :)
If you haven't read Wool 1 for goodness sake, do so! And then grab up this humongous adventure in a small novella.
In the ending Hugh Howey absolutely gives you NO choice but to get Wool 3. Talk about a cliffhanger.
Absolutely love Hugh Howey's writing. Truly the next GREAT sci-fi writer. I'm a diehard fan for sure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well written series. The prose are exceptional. The author has weaved together human drama in a futuristic world scenario superbly.Published 1 month ago by TH
Mesmerizing. Wonderful character development and plot. Gripping story with a story newly conceived story line in post apocalyptic novels to date.Published 2 months ago by Andrew Bullington
On average, I read 1 to 3 books a week, and both singularly and combined this series is one of the best I have read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jmb
A little brief at 122 pages. However the story continues with a new mayor taking over a lot sooner than she thought. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pat V.
I have mixed feelings about this. As with the first book, the writing is very good. I think that is the only reason I am rating it this high. Read more
I thought the first Wool book was excellent. A really good short story with a nice ending twist that made you think the story ended there. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Foster