Wool Omnibus Edition - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Hugh Howey / Kindle Edition / Publication Date: 2012
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by - written on 25/09/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
The Wool Omnibus collects the first 5 novella that make up the cult Wool series as written by Indie author, Hugh Howey. They are set in a dystopian future where the last surviving members of the human race (to the best of their knowledge) live in an underground Silo; protected from the harmful enviroment of the world outside with their only point of contact a window-screen that shows a projected image of life Outside. The Laws of this future society denote that anyone showing an interest in going Outside is allowed to do so but on two conditions; one, that they are not allowed to return and also two, that they must clean the lenses of the camera that show ... Read the complete review
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