Wool by Hugh Howey

The world's surface is uninhabitable. People live in a many-leveled silo that goes deep underground and have for well over one hundred years. They are ruled by strict laws which if broken they are sent to "cleaning" (a death sentence). No one dares talk about going outside or what happened years ago that put them where they are. Only a few know or are brave enough to ask. Juliette is one.

Wool is the best book I've read yet this year. A gripping adventure, mystery, science fiction all rolled into one. I'm hoping the author is working on a second installment of this story. I highly recommend it!


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