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    Free read Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Hugh Howey Ä 4 Read Download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Hugh Howey There are two stupid things about this book neither have to do with the writing The writing is good the story is original I highly recommend this book Let's address the stupid things The name is stupid It is like a garage band was after a clever name There are no sheep in this book there is no wool in this book There is one tiny ins

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    (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey Forget Wool This should have been called Forge Writing that's a power punch to the gut Direct slow build of heat s

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    Download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Hugh Howey (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey Hugh Howey Ä 4 Read This is the review for the entire Wool pentalogy my new favorite word btw Wool introduces us to a postapocalyptic world where survivors of whatever disaster that made the outside uninhabitable huddle underground in a giant silo that houses hundreds of people As we can predict the disaster was man made view spoilerWhat we

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    (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey I don't get the hypeIf you'd judge a book by its rating on Goodreads and you should consider Wool to be a science fiction miracle the vast majority of Goodreaders gave it 5 stars and on it currently holds an astonishing 3740 five star reviews with new ones appearing every day Wool seems to be a prodigious child of a next Asimov or Heinlein destined to last for decades and inspire generations of readers and w

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    Hugh Howey Ä 4 Read (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey Admittedly this is not my genre but someone on GR strongly suggested it who? and I just finished it Wool is the first volume of a trilogy apparently the 2nd volume is a preuel and the 3rd is the seuel to the first The plot is interesting dystopian future with humans living inside because we destroyed the environment outside you listening Mr Pruitt? The character development is a bit thin folks are pretty much black and white although one

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    Hugh Howey Ä 4 Read Download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Hugh Howey Free read Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Bullet ReviewGood story but OMG did we REALLY need 500 pages to tell it? So much of the story is just Juliette spending chapters getting into and out of clothes and airlocks it was about ready to drive me nuts Could be a superb story minus ab

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    (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey Wool Omnibus Silo #1 Hugh HoweyThis Omnibus Edition collects the five Wool books into a single volumeThe first Wool story was released as a standalone short in July of 2011 Due to reviewer demand the rest of the story was released over the next six monthsThis is the story of mankind clawing for survival of manki

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    Free read Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Hugh Howey Hugh Howey Ä 4 Read I'm not one to expound too much on low ratings but I feel compelled to do so here given the high praise heaped on this book by other reviewersThat said this will be spoilerific so if you want out now would be the time to bail Seriously I'm going to spoil the hell out of thisDisclaimer I have absolutely nothing against indie publishers authors who choose to self publish This review has nothing to do with thatF

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    (Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey) PDF/EBOOK Ç Hugh Howey OutstandingWOOL began its life as a self published short novella in July of 2011 That's hard to believe I feel like I've been hearing about this thing for ages and ages So I'm late to the party but not that late Due to excited reader

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Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Read È 104 Se uestionam Esses são enviados para o exterior com a missão de limpar as câmaras O único problema é ue os engenheiros ainda não encontraram maneira de garantir ue essas pessoas regressem vivas Ou pelo menos assim se julg. I m not one to expound too much on low ratings but I feel compelled to do so here given the high praise heaped on this book by other reviewersThat said this will be spoilerific so if you want out now would be the time to bail Seriously I m going to spoil the hell out of thisDisclaimer I have absolutely nothing against indie publishers authors who choose to self publish This review has nothing to do with thatFirst the things I liked about the bookThe author is actually very good at pacing The book reads easily one might almost say effortlessly and you keep turning page after page to see how things come outI think that from a technical viewpoint the author is not bad Nothing leaped out at me as sometimes happens to kick me out of the story because of some technicality of writing or style that reminded me Hey you re reading a book Some beautiful little turn of phrase or clever dialogue that made me focus on the words and not the storyI thought the main characters were likable and I found myself caring what happened to them at every point This was for me the saving grace of the bookNow if that were all I judged the books on I would easily have given this 4 stars and moved on I was entertained But a couple of things just have to be saidFirst of all I m not a psychologist nor do I have any clinical understanding of the field But I couldn t help but notice that the people in this world don t behave like real people living in a real world We are told early on that none of the people banished to clean the lenses has ever EVER in hundreds of years failed to do his or her duty before dyingUnless we re being lied to and that is a possibility but if that s the case then it was far too subtle for me to pick up on I find it highly improbable that not a single person would have failed to clean the lenses in hundreds of years I would not have cleaned them and I don t think I m SO different from other people I would have thought So long suckers I m going to head over toward that miraculous city over there Probably tinged with a little You jerks kicked me out Why should I do you any favors Or maybe I would have frantically jumped up and down gesticulating wildly at the onlookers trying to make them understand that they were being lied toI had a real problem getting past that It seemed plausible right up to the point where you kind of started to figure out what was going on and then with the least bit of thought about it the premise just collapsesI read this on my Kindle so no skipping ahead After the main character of the first section dies I thought Oh so that was kind of a prologue No problem Then I read the second part where the mayor was the main character and then SHE dies O K I thought angry but willing to move on Then the third section opens with Juliette about to be sent out for cleaning and we uickly find out that the deputy committed suicide and I stopped reading for over a week absolutely disgusted with the book This was at 23% in the Kindle I mentioned as much to a friend who had read the whole thing and she told me that Juliette remained the main character for the remainder of the bookHad I not known this I would have honestly stopped reading it right there It s too much Give me a character to hang onto from the beginning Don t yank the rug out from under me like that not once not twice but THREE times and expect me to continue readingThe next time I almost stopped reading was when Bernard explained to Lukas how all the silos came to be It was just so contrived I mean straight out of insane conspiracy theories about the New World Order In short the US saw that it was in decline and rather than just deal with that the Ebil Gubmint decided that if they couldn t be in charge no one ELSE could either so they literally made the surface of the entire planet uninhabitable and established the silos as a kind of Ark to preserve the species and their ideological way of life Why Because they re EBIL And they re the GUBMINTWHATHad this come earlier in the book I would have stopped reading it and moved on to something else As it was this came after I was invested in the characters of Juliette Solo Walker Shirly and Lukas So I kept reading to find out how it ended That incidentally is why I didn t give it 1 star I did get invested in the characters and I did want to know what happened And as I said the pacing was marvelousSpeaking of getting invested Juliette risks her life to leave silo 17 and return to silo 18 I fully expected Lukas to die so I was pleasantly surprised when it turned out to be Bernard But in spite of her promise to the inhabitants of silo 17 we are not shown that she mentions them AT ALL after her return to silo 18 At the end in an epilogue we are given a glimpse into what s going on in silo 17 as Solo is about to call Juliette but we don t know if anyone in silo 18 was primed to receive the call For all the 17ians knew Juliette died in the Outside She was after all out of commission for weeks while she healed from her burnsI was expecting Juliette s acceptance of the Mayorship to hinge on connecting 17 and 18 in the Down Deep and get some engineers over there to get 17 running again But noTo be fair perhaps this is the story for the seuel series but it would have been nice for him to have at least followed up on thisOne last thing that just bothered the crap out of me is resources It was stated that the silo complex was located near Atlanta Ga There were mines and oil wells under the silo But I find it very difficult to believe that there is enough ore and oil in Georgia to sustain 50 silos for hundreds upon hundreds of years of constant mining and pumping I also found it very difficult to believe that in all that time not even once did a wall collapse between the mines of adjacent silosAnyway that s enough My two stars are because I just can t accept the psychology world building physics and math of the world I m being asked to accept And basing the entire premise on a loony conspiracy theory didn t helpI wanted to like this book I m not sorry I finished reading it but if someone had told me from the beginning that it was based in New World Order conspiracy theories I would have passed

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Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Read È 104 Num mundo pós apocalíptico encontramos uma comunidade ue tenta sobreviver num gigantesco silo subterrâneo com centenas de níveis onde milhares de pessoas vivem numa sociedade completamente estratificada e rígida e onde fala. There are two stupid things about this book neither have to do with the writing The writing is good the story is original I highly recommend this book Let s address the stupid things The name is stupid It is like a garage band was after a clever name There are no sheep in this book there is no wool in this book There is one tiny insignificant piece where a character is knitting but she isn t even using wool she knits with cotton Given the subtitles are all knitting related unravel cast off etc I think the book should have been called knitting and then the book would have never sold a single copy I shall rename the book for the author SILO Hereafter I shall refer to the book as such Because it is a much better name that will actually appeal to the target market The second stupid thing about SILO okay WOOL but my name is better is that it is serialised into individual books The author asks at the end of this omnibus if the reader would rate and review each book separately As far as booksstoriesnovellas go only WOOL1 and WOOL 3 really stand alone The others are just parts in a novel They are also all the size of novellas not novels making this omnibus edition about the size of a book Here is my advice to the author Just sell the omnibus edition ebook users can read a sample anyway the 6 price tag is very reasonable for the whole book In fact because I didn t realise it was a series of novellas I bought the first part plus the omnibus which was silly of me Perhaps good for the authors pocket but it doesn t endear me toward him None of that has anything to do with the novel The novel was original and highly interesting Finally a novel that I don t think I could flippantly surmise in a paragraph or two Usually I do like to give a summary of the novel but I won t in this review as I think there are lots of refreshing little things about the novel that are enjoyable to discover while reading plus a few good places where you can say oh wow I didn t see that coming WOOL is a good little dystopian novel The type that leaves you thinking about it for days The type that creeps back into your mind months after you have read it It has a fairly original concept that kept me thinking I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it to all lovers of dystopian fiction Despite complaining about the way it has been serialised I am hoping the author has lots little stories about this world coming ETA Before you comment This review has been around for almost two years and it has spawned a wonderful bunch of friendly people who laugh and joke in the comment section many most of whom completely disagree with me Please read the comments even the first page or two You don t want to be that douche who thinks he is the first person in 500 comments to think to inform me that wool was used for cleaning or that is was a metaphor I disagree with the importance of either as a reason for naming the book WOOL and if you read even a few of my comments you will find lots of reasoning Enjoy the community but don t be the dude that makes us snogger yes so crazy is this littler community that we even coined our own word

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Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey Read È 104 R do mundo exterior constitui crime As únicas imagens do ue existe lá fora são captadas de forma difusa por câmaras de vigilância ue deixam passar um pouco de luz natural para o interior do silo Contudo há sempre aueles ue. I don t get the hypeIf you d judge a book by its rating on Goodreads and you should consider Wool to be a science fiction miracle the vast majority of Goodreaders gave it 5 stars and on it currently holds an astonishing 3740 five star reviews with new ones appearing every day Wool seems to be a prodigious child of a next Asimov or Heinlein destined to last for decades and inspire generations of readers and writers What s even interesting is that Wool began its life as a short self published novella Wool which so excited the readers that the author uickly published the next four parts finally gathering them all in this omnibus Film rights have already been sold to 20th Century Fox with Ridley Scott showing interest in adapting Wool into a movie Does anyone here remember the PC game Fallout Here s its great introductory movie with its famous war never changes speech I played the hell out of it when it came out and it s one of the games on which I learned the English language In Fallout its 2161 and after a major nuclear war humanity has hid in underground vaults Generations have lived in such way without having seen natural light The player controls an inhabitant of Vault 13 where a computer chip responsible for purifying water has broken and is sent into the outside world to journey to other communities looking for a replacement The player has 150 game days to complete the assignment and return to the vault before its water supply runs out Fallout has won many awards and sprawled a number of seuels and it stole many childhoods with its addictive ualities including a large and open word with many non pcs ready for interaction uests and subplots ready to indulge in Wool starts intriguing enough and Howey has a good sense of pacing to keep up the interest all the way through the first part After an unnamed apocalyptic event the earth has been rendered uninhabitable and people have to live in an underground Silo which extends many stories beneath the surface of the planet Inhabitants can see the outside world only through a lens and the images are grim constantly cloudy and dark skies the ragged plains and mountains depopulated by strong radiation Despite this people live uite comfortably in the Silo except for one small detail the lens which shows them the outside world gets dirty with dust and rust and has to be cleaned a perilous duty as it involved going outside and becoming exposed to a deadly amount of radiation Although technicians working at the Silo managed to develop protective suits they only last for a short time before disintegrating from exposure effectively making the cleaning a one way trip Therefore the only people who clean the lens are those sent to do so as punishment And everyone who is sentenced to cleaning cleans there has not been a case of anyone going outside and not cleaning in the history of the SiloThe first part of Wool follows the story of Holston the Silo s sheriff who is trying to understand the circumstances which led to his wife s death She has been sentenced to Cleaning and Holston is doing his best to understand why as he believes the sentence was connected to his wife s investigation of Silo s historical records Although there is only basic wordbuilding and the characters are sketchily drawn at best the familiar concept is still intriguing enough to turn the pageBut then Wool 1 ends and trouble sets in Although the author maintains that each of the five installments is meant to be read as a standalone there is simply no way that they could work this way Wool 1 leaves far too many uestions unanswered each introduced idea begets interest which is never properly cared for Howey embarks an ambitious idea trying to create a new society from scratch and create characters the readers can care for but a vast majority of uestions the reader can have about his world its past and present science and technology are never answered Holston his wife their relationship and the whole society is painted rather than presented never feeling uite real But how could it in just 50 pages Wool 1 ends with a giant cliffhanger prompting a swift reader response demanding one thing So Hugh Howey wrote four extra parts again claiming that each was always meant to be read individually but I don t believe it Howey seems to be caught between wanting to tell a single story and split it into several independent short novels but doesn t pull it off leaving each installment bordering awkwardly between wanting to experiment with new ideas and characters and dependence on the old for the sake of continuity This leaves each installment unsatisfying on its own as new characters are introduced presented and dispatched without offering the readers a proper chance to grow attached to them The single storyline uickly starting to feel convoluted as the subseuent parts merely dilute the ideas found in Wool 1 instead of presenting truly new and fascinating concepts I don t know how much of it was pre planned but it seems to me that the success of Wool 1 caught the author by surprise and he didn t uite knew what to do with the plot to do justice to his premise and what he came up with provoked only a small eh that s it with the author emerging not carrying a torch of victory but clutching a strawview spoilerThe whole notion that the earth was razed down and the inhabitants of the silos were kept in secret about the whole ordeal seemed to be the most obvious plot choice ever and this is exactly what happens There are literally thousands New World Order conspiracies and this is just another one of them albeit not a very creative or surprising one It was Earth all along 45 years later hide spoiler

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  • Wool AUTHOR Hugh Howey
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  • 03 September 2020
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