Dust (Silo, #3) by Hugh Howey
I was afraid that Dust wasn’t going to live up to the hype. I shouldn’t have worried . . . Dust is a moving and all around fantastic ending to a story that will eventually be known as one of the greats.
When the entire planet has finally read the Silo Saga, knows Wool isn’t a book about sheep, has seen the movies, and Hugh Howey is a household name, I’ll be one of the few and proud that declares “I was one of the first! I knew about Hugh before the deals with all the zero’s, before the gushing profiles in national publications, before the movies were made, before the phenomenon became a phenomenon! I told you! I told you! You should have listened to me! I told you!”
But until that happens, all I can say is: Read Wool. Then read Shift. Then read Dust. Better late to the party than not at all.
Here’s Hugh’s story in his own words: http://www.hughhowey.com/two-years-ago/#more-4234
And here’s one of those gushing profiles in a national publication: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324678604578340752088305668.html