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Dust: Book Three of the Silo Series

Dust: Book Three of the Silo Series

Current price: $19.99
Publication Date: March 22nd, 2016
Publisher:
William Morrow Paperbacks
ISBN:
9780544838260
Pages:
480
Bear Pond Books of Montpelier
1 on hand, as of Apr 14 3:16pm
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Description

NOW A SERIES ON APPLE TV+ THAT STEPHEN KING CALLS “MYSTERIOUS AND TERRIFICALLY SUSPENSEFUL.... EXCELLENT SCIENCE FICTION WITH THREE-DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERS."

“The final book secures the status of the Wool trilogy as a modern masterpiece.”—Sunday Express

Wool introduced the world of the silo. Shift told the story of its creation. Dust will describe its downfall. In order for a new world to begin, the old one must fall

Juliette, now mayor of Silo 18, doesn’t trust Silo 1, especially its leader, Donald. But in the world of the Silos, there is no black and white—everything is shades of gray. Donald may not be the monster Juliette thinks he is, and may in fact be key to humanity’s continued survival. But can they work together long enough to succeed?

In Dust, the final book in the New York Times best-selling Silo trilogy, the choices that Juliette and Donald make could lead to salvation . . . or to the death of everyone on the planet.

“The success of Howey’s Wool trilogy was no fluke. This is a superior sci-fi thriller, both slick and gritty.”—Financial Times

About the Author

Hugh Howey is the New York Times and USA Today bestsell­ing author of the Silo Series: WoolShift, and DustBeacon 23SandHalf Way Home; and Machine Learning. His works have been translated into more than forty languages and have sold millions of copies world­wide. Adapted from his bestselling sci-fi trilogy, Silo is now streaming on Apple TV+ and Beacon 23 is streaming on MGM+. Howey lives in New York with his wife, Shay.

Praise for Dust: Book Three of the Silo Series

“This is the best science fiction series I’ve read in years. Not since A Canticle for Leibowitz have I been so utterly enthralled.” — Douglas Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author

“A superior sci-fi thriller, both slick and gritty.” — Financial Times

“The saga that began in 2011 with a breathtaking self-published novel called Wool comes to a satisfying end with Dust.” — Entertainment Weekly