Wool clearly has a very high score in the customer reviews. The percentage of 5 stars blows away every other rating, with only 4 stars offering any competition (and this is not even close). The thing is, this seems TOO good. If there were few reviews, that would be one thing, but at 2,500 reviews you have to take it seriously. By comparison, Wool has more 5 star reviews than the mega hit "A Game of Thrones," and considerably fewer negative reviews. So, whats the deal? Is it:
1. Legitimately an amazing book that will remembered as a classic.
2. A good/decent book that greatly exceeds the low expectations of readers.
3. A good/decent book with a very strong and active following, possibly (slightly) distorting the rating system.
4. A decent/bad book with some kind of rating fraud