Wool by Hugh Howey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I enjoyed this, though I think I missed the point.
The truth on top of a lie on top of the truth was interesting, but I'm not sure what the silo society had to gain by such an elaborate hoax (or not-hoax). This is part one, so I imagine that this will be explained in subsequent parts.
Speaking of, Wool felt very much like a complete short story. I'm wondering if the story was intended to just be the one novella, and Howey decided to continue after its positive reception.
An interesting concept, but I needed more for the author to get his point across.
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- Review: Wool (Part One)