Dust (Silo, #3)Dust by Hugh Howey

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So, the final part of the Wool Trilogy, a dystopian series mainly set in a group of underground bunkers called silos. I’d been sort of saving it because I didn’t want the story to end. In the third book, Dust, we come back to silo 18, with Jules trying to rescue her friends in silo 17, meanwhile in silo 1, some of the characters are trying to undermine the control that silo has over the others, as you can imagine, things don’t go smoothly.

I liked the ending, it didn’t have any of the “argh you’ve been spinning me this tale for three books and you’ve ended it like that!?!” sort of thing, which was good. I don’t feel like I can say anything else without spoilers.

I am very much looking forward to when the series becomes a movie.

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