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Maya finds is a silo that is anything but deceased Shut off from the outside world and other silos Silo 23 has evolved into something unexpected and something horrifying than Maya could have anticipated. Because I missed the world of silos and had been recently reminded of it while looking for it in the world of Sand I dug through my to read pile until I found a fan fiction if that s the right category recommended by Howey Greatfall by Jason Gurley is set in a silo not visited in Wool or it s seuels and I was interested to see how the world was maintained by other authors Until I saw Howey s recommendation I did not realize that other authors were venturing through his universe I think it s uite interesting that Howey is so willing to open his world to others it s not something I ve seen often Greatfall takes place in silo twenty three which has been dark for several hundred years Silo 1 sends out a scout to determine what has happened to the silo though why they waited so long is never explained While they have been cut off the leaders of silo twenty three have created a religious cult in order to maintain control A Great Father communicates directly with supreme being and has unuestioned authority Except of course when his assistant intervenes Instead of cleaning the method of population control used in the other silos Silo Twenty Three sends it s children to Greatfall a one way trip down central shaft after making their coming of age pilgrimage from the bottom of the silo to the very top Greatfall starts with Issac s pilgrimage to the top of the silo to signify his coming of age and his assignment into the workforce As Issac rests on his journey the Wise Father is brought into the picture providing a uniue perspective of the man in power Afterwards the reader is introduced to Maya who is journeying outside of the silos from Silo 1 Greatfall engages the reader immediately and forces investment into the characters It doesn t hurt that Issac the Wise Father and Maya are interesting characters and Gurley finds a way to invest the reader in their stories from the beginning Gurley sets up a religious cult complete with psychotic breaks and brainwashing He brings Issac the Wise Father and Maya through interesting arcs and handles the fallout from their storylines well Not all of them end the story sane There are certain aspects of the book which he could have explored however Some of the characters one in particular that becomes very important to the story come out of nowhere to save the day leaving a taste of Deus Ex Machina in the reader s mouth Gurley also struggles a bit with using the passive voice and the viewpoints aren t always consistent Overall the writing is good if not exceptional and the story interesting I plan on reading books by Gurley as well as other works in the Silo universe Cities of God pile until I found a fan fiction if that s the right category recommended by Howey Greatfall by Jason Gurley is set in a silo not visited in Wool or it s seuels and I was interested to see how the world was maintained by other authors Until I saw Howey s recommendation I did not realize that other authors were venturing through his universe I think it s uite interesting that Howey is so willing to open his world to others it s not something I ve seen often Greatfall takes Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone population control used in the other silos Silo Twenty Three sends it s children to Greatfall a one way trip down central shaft after making their coming of age Pretend God Is Deaf pilgrimage from the bottom of the silo to the very top Greatfall starts with Issac s Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide pilgrimage to the top of the silo to signify his coming of age and his assignment into the workforce As Issac rests on his journey the Wise Father is brought into the Las Puertas Del Amor picture Discoveries providing a uniue Idenics power Afterwards the reader is introduced to Maya who is journeying outside of the silos from Silo 1 Greatfall engages the reader immediately and forces investment into the characters It doesn t hurt that Issac the Wise Father and Maya are interesting characters and Gurley finds a way to invest the reader in their stories from the beginning Gurley sets up a religious cult complete with Night Owl Loonette psychotic breaks and brainwashing He brings Issac the Wise Father and Maya through interesting arcs and handles the fallout from their storylines well Not all of them end the story sane There are certain aspects of the book which he could have explored however Some of the characters one in Deadshifted (Edie Spence, particular that becomes very important to the story come out of nowhere to save the day leaving a taste of Deus Ex Machina in the reader s mouth Gurley also struggles a bit with using the El agujero del infierno passive voice and the viewpoints aren t always consistent Overall the writing is good if not exceptional and the story interesting I The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) plan on reading books by Gurley as well as other works in the Silo universe

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Greatfall The Complete Silo Novel is a dark new story set in the world of Wool Hugh Howey's post apocalyptic vision of humanity and its struggle to survive This is the collected complete story including. Absolutely 100% INCREDIBLE Wow Wow wow wow Ever since reading Hugh Howey s Wool Omnibus several years ago I have been hungry for stories about those silos yearning to know about the people who live in them Never have I been so consumed by a fictitious world as I was by the world of the Silos and a part of me resides there still Always wondering wondering wondering Wanting Jason Gurley is an astounding writer and his voice at least in this book is surprisingly similar to Hugh Howey s From the very first page I was transported back into the Wooliverse plunged into the dark and ghastly world of Silo 23 I couldn t read it uickly enough hated to put it down wished real life didn t beckon me back to the surface until I could finish this book Fans of the Wool trilogy absolutely must read this installation You will not be disappointed All Night Long (Nannies, people who live in them Never have I been so consumed by a fictitious world as I was by the world of the Silos and a The Freeze-Frame Revolution page I was transported back into the Wooliverse The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 plunged into the dark and ghastly world of Silo 23 I couldn t read it uickly enough hated to

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The individually published Parts 1 3 What happens when a silo goes dark Maya has been sent to Silo 23 to investigate Disconnected from the grid the silo appears to be dead rotted from the inside But what. I loved this book It felt great to dive back into the Silo world and Jason Gurley s addition to this world was just as good as Howey s himself I loved the characters and loved the different perspective on the Silo story I also automatically think a book is great if it can make me cry This book will always be a little extra special to me because I actually contacted the author one day when I was having a real low in my life and I ended up reading this book the last remaining book of his I hadn t read at the time Safe to say Jason Gurley is a wonderful person as well as being a wonderful author and this book was worth waiting for Trial of a Feminizer published Parts 1 3 What happens when a silo goes dark Maya has been sent to Silo 23 to investigate Disconnected from the grid the silo appears to be dead rotted from the inside But what. I loved this book It felt great to dive back into the Silo world and Jason Gurley s addition to this world was just as good as Howey s himself I loved the characters and loved the different The Breach of Crowns perspective on the Silo story I also automatically think a book is great if it can make me cry This book will always be a little extra special to me because I actually contacted the author one day when I was having a real low in my life and I ended up reading this book the last remaining book of his I hadn t read at the time Safe to say Jason Gurley is a wonderful Icebergs person as well as being a wonderful author and this book was worth waiting for


10 thoughts on “Greatfall

  1. says:

    Absolutely 100% INCREDIBLE Wow Wow wow wow Ever since reading Hugh Howey's Wool Omnibus several years ago I have been hungry for stories about those silos yearning to know about the people who live in them Never have I been so consumed by a fictitious world as I was by the world of the Silos and a part of me resides there still Always wondering wondering wondering Wanting Jason Gurley is an astounding writer a

  2. says:

    Author Jason Gurley also known to many in the indie publishing world for his wonderful cover art delves into the world of Hugh Howey's Wool for his own addition to the Silo Saga GreatfallThis is only the second piece of Wool fan fiction I've read the first being Patrice Fitzgerald's excellent Karma Of The Silo

  3. says:

    I love and hate Jason Love because Jason was kind enough to send me a copy of the book when I told him that you can't buy it from Germany and hate because he cost me a full nights sleep because I could not put the book down before

  4. says:

    Five stars for readability pacing structure and the fact that I could not put it downThree stars for some minor inconsistencies and the huge bun

  5. says:

    I loved this book It felt great to dive back into the Silo world and Jason Gurley's addition to this world was just as good as Howey's himsel

  6. says:

    This is a uniue story in the Silo universe This is a silo which went rogue and setup a uniue mythology There are some occasional geography issues and some of the infrastructure has been changed The story is good and the characters are solid

  7. says:

    Very good Silo SagaVery good Silo Saga a bit brutal but very enjoyable Be sure to read Book of Matthew afterwards The author has very good writing skills and the story flies by

  8. says:

    SiloGreat story and very well written Jason Gurley did a fine job of continuing Hugh Howey's Silo series A different premise but wonderfully creepy and creative

  9. says:

    Because I missed the world of silos and had been recently reminded of it while looking for it in the world of Sand I dug through my to read pile until I found a fan fiction if that's the right category recommende

  10. says:

    I enjoyed seeing the ultra religious state 3 stars but I have some issues with the story itself 1 star I guess the average is about

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