A good book. A very good book. No signs of this being a self-published book in terms of edit checks and proof reading. The book hangs together very well with only a slight sag in the last quarter where the pacing is a bit off. Things drag a little in that section and then rush few some big moments in the last couple of chapters.
Howey has built up a very interesting concept in a dystopian future and peopled it with engaging characters most notably the protagonist - Juliette or Jules. And she is a jewel.. There are many touching moments. All of it takes place in the small 140 level world of the Silo. Where society classes are built based on level location and function.
I look forward to further tales in the world of Wool.
Wow. Time flies.
Freedom 55 as the London Life marketing calls it.