Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Review: Wool by Hugh Howey


I have jumped on the Wool bandwagon. It's rare that a self-published book keeps me reading to the end, but Wool by Hugh Howey managed to pull it off.

A full review of this post-apocalyptic novella is up at The Bearded Scribe. I usually like to write a second version of these reviews to post on my own blog, but time is a luxury these days, so I invite you to head over to Joshua's fabulous blog and read the review there.


"Thousands of them have lived underground. They've lived there so long, there are only legends about people living anywhere else. Such a life requires rules. Strict rules. There are things that must not be discussed. Like going outside. Never mention you might like going outside.

Or you'll get what you wish for. "

In Brief:

Suffice to say that this short read does not disappoint. There is a good reason why it has attracted the attention of Simon & Schuster and 20th Century Fox. If I'm any judge, we'll be seeing a lot more of Wool and its talented author Hugh Howey. Check it out for yourself. The download at Amazon is currently free.

I give Wool 4 out of 5 magic wands.

Anyone who has followed Wordweaver for a while knows I'm a sucker for great art. Check out these other gorgeous covers for Wool:



Devon said...

Yes, yes, yes! I stayed up until 3 a.m. once reading this book because I simply couldn't put it down. I needed to find out what happened next. Such a good book!

Court Ellyn said...

Cool! Have you read the rest of the series yet? I need to download the omnibus.

Thanks for stopping by!

test said...

Great review, Court, as always!

Court Ellyn said...

Thanks, Joshua!

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