I could not stop reading this third part of the trilogy. So many questions from "Wool" and "Shift" end up being answered here (but Howey keeps a few ones unanswered, probably because readers hate books that leave nothing to the imagination). The book is shorter but not less intense.
As with the previous parts, this book is easy to read (not over complicated), keeps you hooked and counting the pages you have left before it ends. Characters from the first and second books are merged here together, without friction.
I give this book a 5-star, mainly because I won't forget it. It was genuinely mysterious, entertaining and it doesn't fail to deliver.
Howey's "Wool" trilgy as a whole is a modern sci-fi masterpiece! Great work Howey! Looking forward to buy the Sand omnibus now.