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The first time I heard about this book was while reading an article about self-publishing in Wired magazine. It had a one line promise that stated, “His stories is set in a post-apocalyptic world where all human survivors live in an underground silo, a micro society where resources are so scare that one person has to die before another can be born.” That was enough to pique my interest. After more research about the book I became completely intrigued by the idea of the “closed system” thriller and though I’d give it a shot as a fan of Sci-Fi novels.
Going into Wool I had very high expectations having read so many good things about the self-published author and the book. This can be more of a curse than a compliment to the author and his readers because if the story doesn’t live up to its hype it can be very disappointing which tends to happen more times than not. This is NOT the case for Hugh Howey’s Wool. Not only does Howey live up to the hype, but he clearly exceeds it.
From the moment I finished page 1 I found myself fully engulfed in the world of the silo. The premise is simple enough with a few thousand people living underground in a self-sustaining 134-floor silo because the air outside on the surface is highly toxic. However, Howey wastes no time unraveling the layers of the mystery surrounding the silo and how it came to be. This book literally had me glued to the edge of my seat. Every chapter will have you wanting to read “just one more chapter.”
Initially Wool follows the character of Holston, a sheriff in the silo who is investigating the murder of his wife. This will ultimately serve as the catalyst launching you into the lives of Jahns, the silo mayor; Juliette, a silo mechanic; Bernard, the head of IT; and Lukas, a promising computer whiz in IT. The character development, like the world building, is outstanding. Through his word choice and writing style you can really feel the emotions of the characters and everything they are going through. When they long, you long with them. When they hurt or are afraid, you hurt and are afraid. Even when it’s something as simple as the long journeys from the bottom to the top of the silo via the stairs, I find myself feeling the burn in my own legs.
The pacing in this novel is just right. Some novels that are labeled as breakneck speed rely on steady action to push the story along, but this novel, which isn’t necessarily an action packed novel, never feels bogged down by too much plot or dialogue. Some people complained that it’s overly descriptive but I didn’t feel that at all. Robert Ludlum is overly descriptive.
All in all I think anyone who is a fan of Sci-Fi that isn’t too technical or are just a fan of binge reading and sitting on the edge of your seat need not look any further. I’m currently reading Book 2 of the series, the prequel Shift.
*An interesting tidbit – Book 2 Shift follows a new set of characters that also captures your heart and has you rooting for them. If I understand it correctly, this will lead you into Dust, Book 3 of the series where we’ll be forced to take sides and choose who we want to root for. I can’t wait. Should Howey keep up this level and quality of writing, I definitely see him going down as one of the classic Sci-Fi writers of our generation. I look forward to reading more of him. A definite 5 stars.