This is the third book in the Silo series by Hugh Howey and finishes the series.
It was better than the second in that it finally moved forward the timeline from the end of the first combining characters pov’s from both the first and second books in the series, but it still didn’t explain what has happened to silo 40, or if it did then it was only a passing remark that they might have been bombed.
It was pretty typical in style for Hugh Howey and had a similar pacing and build up towards the end of the book, but once again the ending felt a little too anti-climactic. I liked most of how the ending was portrayed but felt there were a few people who really didn’t need to die to make it happen, and I also don’t like how quickly the peole in silo 18 unraveled when they found themselves somewhere else. It felt too much like it happened without masses of warning.
With that said, I think the main characters were great. Donald’s regrets and decisions were great. Also loved Solo and his character progression.
Still five starring this book because it’s a great read, just not quite good enough to be one of my all time favourites.