by John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey
by Hugh Howey
May 2, 2015 Store shelves and libraries are packed with post-apocalyptic, dystopian novels right now. Critic Jason Heller has some suggestions to help you wade through the floods. And the fires. And the fallout.
Hugh Howey self-published the original WOOL novella in 2011. It has since grown to become a best-selling phenomenon.
August 31, 2013 Hugh Howey is the author of the dystopian WOOL series, about a future in which the remains of humanity are living underground in giant self-sustaining silos. The first volume of WOOL was a self-publishing sensation; the latest volume, Dust, has just been released.
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