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Silo 49: Deep Dark [Kindle Edition]

Ann Christy
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Graham set Silo 49 free from the machinations of Silo 1 and the control of the W.O.O.L. agenda in Silo 49: Going Dark. Since then, they have been alone and their silo has changed for the better. But a gentler and kinder lie is still a lie and the truth waits to be found.

Marina is a Fabricator, a worker of metal, and has been tasked with reclaiming the silver of the silo from private hands to replenish the diminishing vault stocks. Amongst the curiosities turned in, she finds something that should not exist and that begins a search for the most elusive thing in the silo…the truth.

Books in the Silo 49 Series:
1- Silo 49: Going Dark
2- Silo 49: Deep Dark
3- Silo 49: Dark Till Dawn
4- Silo 49: Flying Season for the Mis-Recorded

Silo 49: Deep Dark is written in the WOOL universe made famous by author, Hugh Howey. It is primarily for readers already familiar with the WOOL series. Deep Dark is a full length novel, the second volume of the Silo 49 Trilogy.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4085 KB
  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Publisher: Ann Christy (28 Sep 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FISJNSY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,971 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Navy Commander by day, secret writer by night!

I live by the sea under the benevolent rule of my canine masters and assorted unruly family members. My family hales from North Carolina, where we've been busy creating interesting...and occasionally very interesting...new generations since 1632. I firmly believe that life is the best plot line. We just have to tease the words out of it.

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4.8 out of 5 stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I was surprised to read that the author is a new writer; apart from a jarring plot hole (shadows are not allowed in the deep archives, but - one page later - Marina is given full access with no training at all), and a couple of typos that a proof-reader should easily have found ("it's" for "its", "they're" for "their") this is assured writing. It's also respectful of the Howie Silo world, and adds more detail that is well-thought out and entertaining.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another superb view in to the world of Wool 21 April 2014
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You know the drill reader, I love anything WOOL related, lets review......

When Hugh Howey sat down and wrote Wool I wonder if he realised what a phenomenon he was creating?, did he know then that people would continue to write about his silos? They are more than just fan-fiction they are fully fledged amazing novels and this is one of them.

Ann did a great job with Going Dark and after the events in that book I was looking forward to seeing what Silo 49 was going to throw at me next.

We are further down the silo this time and in Deep Dark we meet Marina, a forty something working in fabrication, she is in charge of the reclamation of precious metals throughout the silo, the metal is being reclaimed to replace vital parts.

Boxes of jewellery, watches and other items are sent down to her from the floors above, and she studiously notes and sorts her way through the treasures, its during this process she comes across an usual object to her, a large pocket watch and in that watch she discovers hidden secrets, secrets that rock her.

She decides to find out more about the items she has found and arranges to head up top to the IT department.

Her daughter and husband go with her as they make a holiday of it. Now this bit I loved - the description of them making their way up floor after floor was plain tiring, I think after reading WOOL and remembering the mayor going all the way to the bottom it didn't sound so bad but you can real feel Marina's pain as she slowly endures her trek up.

On arrival at IT she meets with Piotr who is head of IT, Greta who a Historian and Taylor who is Piotr's shadow, they look over the items Marina has brought and this is when Marina starts to find out more about the people who came before them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars B brilliant 30 Jan 2014
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Loved it I am going. To try and read. The last one more slowly , well done Ann Christy ...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating and Entertaining for Wool fans 25 Jan 2014
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I found this second book about Silo 49 fascinating and entertaining. Set in Hugh Howey's world of Wool, it continues from the previous story from Ann Christy about life in Silo 49. What I liked about it was the discovery of "ancient artefacts" which to us would be our family heirlooms or everyday objects, and the way they didn't recognise their purpose, even I had to guess at some of them! It became something of a treasure hunt which was quite exciting. I also enjoyed the tour through the levels of the Silo and hearing about various customs and practices and stories that had developed over the years within Silo 49. I could almost imagine it really happening. The story did seem to end abruptly to me, but maybe there's more to come....
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4.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable! 19 Jan 2014
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Couldn't put this one down. A genius end to silo 49. Please keep writing these.the story of the runners and the hope of the silo for a better life, compelling and gripping at times.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Silo 49 4 Jan 2014
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First time reading fan fiction but this was a revelation! Great story with a fresh angle on the initial premise.
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5.0 out of 5 stars fab well done 9 Dec 2013
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I had read the wool series and was really chuffed to come across this series, fab idea, well written and love the fact that it felt like you were filling gaps you didnt even realise were there. (I say this because I thoroughly enjoyed the Wool series and didnt feel like I had been left hanging). ♡♥♡ Well written and felt authentic thank you ♡♥♡ I would definately recommend this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down again.... 29 Nov 2013
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I always hate getting to the end of a Silo book, mostly because I don't want to wait for the next instalment. Excellent work again from AC, when you finish with 49,can you pick one of the others, it can't just end........
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