The Silo Series Boxed Set: Wool, Shift, Dust, and Silo Stories (Paperback)
For the first time ever, The Silo Saga Omnibus brings together all of the work in Hugh Howey's ground-breaking, best-selling, acclaimed series, including the individual novels Wool, Shift, and Dust, as well as original essays by the author, and a bonus chapbook of short fiction, Silo Stories
The remnants of humanity live underground in a vast silo. In this subterranean world, rules matter. Rules keep people alive. And no rule is more strictly enforced than to never speak of going outside. The punishment is exile and death.
When the sheriff of the silo commits the ultimate sin, the most unlikely of heroes takes his place. Juliette, a mechanic from the down deep, who never met a machine she couldn’t fix nor a rule she wouldn’t break.
What happens when a world built on rules is handed over to someone who sees no need for them? And what happens when a world broken to its core comes up against someone who won’t stop until things are set to right?
Their world is about to fall. What—and who—will rise?
Hugh Howey is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Silo Series: Wool, Shift, and Dust; Beacon 23; Sand; Half 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.
“Claustrophobic and, at times, genuinely terrifying.” — Washington Post on Wool
“Exhilarating, intense, addictive.” — S.J. Watson, bestselling author of Before I Go to Sleep on Wool
“Sci-fi’s Underground Hit.” — Wall Street Journal on Wool
“A superior sci-fi thriller, both slick and gritty.” — Financial Times on Dust
“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 on Dust
“The saga that began in 2011 with a breathtaking self-published novel called Wool comes to a satisfying end with Dust.” — Entertainment Weekly on Dust