Weird & Wonderful Book Club: Wool by Hugh Howey
Our monthly celebration of the weird—be it science fiction, speculative fiction, fantasy, magical realism, or any genre otherwise strange!
Join us for March's discussion of Wool by Hugh Howey.
From the publisher:
The thrilling e-book blockbuster that grew into a "New York Times"-bestseller. What would happen if the world outside was deadly, and the air could kill? This is Jules's story. This is the world of "Wool."
Wool is incredible. This is the best science fiction series I've read in years. Not since "A Canticle for Leibowitz" have I been so utterly and completely enthralled.
-Douglas Preston, #1 bestselling author of "Blasphemy" and "The Monster of Florence"
In "Wool", Hugh Howey delivers the key elements of great science fiction: an authentic and detailed future-world; realistic, relatable characters to live in it; and a taut, thoughtful story. Howey's supple, muscular writing is the icing on the cake.
-Jonathan Hayes, author of "A Hard Death"