Wool (Howey)- Fantastic Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi

Wool (Wool, #1)Wool by Hugh Howey

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

For a book I grabbed pretty much at random from my local library’s fiction section, I was very pleasantly surprised at how fantastic this book is. Wool ranks right up there with A Canticle for Liebowitz and Anathem as easily one of the best post-apocalyptic sci-fi books available. The twists that make this story so cool are also what makes it hard to write a spoiler-free review, so I won’t ramble on too much about this book. But, if you like sci-fi, especially the sort of sci-fi that looks at how we might construct society in the future, rather than just how we might build space stations and rockets, you might really love Wool.

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