Todays' review is for
Author: Hugh Howey
This is the final book in the Wool trilogy. When we last we left, Juliette had brought back Solo and the kids from the other silo. She was trying to figure out how to dig a tunnel from her silo to his - to proove to the people that other silos existed. Lukas has made her mayor. People are uneasy and don't believe her that there are others out there. That other silos talk to each other and are centrally controlled by one group of people. She is determined for her people to know the truth.
This is an okay book. Like a lot of trilogies I have read, the books tend to be on a downhill slide in quality to the finish line. This one did not hold my attention as well as the others. There were many pointless side stories, and it just seems to drag. The ended it all "Bright and shiny" as expected. Just a bit disappointed after investing 3 very large books in this series.
The overall concept of the Wool trilogy is a great one. Different idea. And this book just could have been better.