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Karma of the Silo: the Collection: a WOOL story by [Fitzgerald, Patrice]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 733 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: eFitzgerald Publishing; 1 edition (15 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HP9ZGI0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,349 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By hross42877 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 Mar. 2014
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This year I read a phenomenal series called Wool, you may have read it, you may not, if you are in the latter please go out and read it. If you are in the former you may be having Silo withdrawal symptoms, you may feel the need to discover what went on in the other silos, you definitely have unanswered questions, you need to know what happened!

Now after finishing Dust I was tempted to go back and read all three books again but something caught my eye on Amazon's recommendations for me a series called Karma of the Silo - Step in Patrice Fitzgerald!

A whole new story based in Silo 2 and it revolves around Karma and her life in the depths of the decimated world.

We follow Karma from her early life in Silo 2, we meet her as a young woman recently pregnant and working in the Silo laundry. After a visit to the doctor she is advised not to drink the water and warned she may experience hallucinations.

But she does not have hallucinations, she starts remembering - she remembers Donald, she remembers the explosions, she remembers that she does not belong in the silo, she remembers that the sky used to be blue and she remembers that her name is Helen.

She is/was the wife of congressman Donald Keene - remember him from Silo 1? And remember Mick? Donald's friend, well he now goes by the name of Rick and has become Helen's husband.

The story follows Karma/Helen as she raises her daughter Athena and son Mars with Rick who has the ominous job of Head of IT (if you have read Wool you will know what this entails) and of course there is a lot of secrecy that goes with it.
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I read the Silo trilogy and loved every page, I literally couldn't wait to read more from different authors on characters only lightly touched one previously. I managed to get through about 10% of this before I gave up. The writing style drove me mad. I think this author needs to learn how to use punctuation properly before attempting another book. Full stops get over used to the point that it's impossible to get into the story. Sorry, but very poor.
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A nice addition to the silo series - you need to have read Hugh Howey's trilogy first - I liked this story, it filled in some gaps for me. I especially admire Hugh Howey for supporting other writers in their additions to the universe he created.
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I had considerable doubt about fan fiction and Kindle Worlds stories. I couldn't see how an author could really contribute to a world created by a different author. I was particularly skeptical about Hugh Howey's Wool World. I love Wool so much that anyone writing in that world has a lot to live up to.

Fitzgerald has convinced me my doubt was misplaced. There are gaps in Hugh's story and plenty of unexplored territory.
Her writing is wonderful and sheds light on a thread that was left hanging. The story itself is strong and you won't be disappointed.

On a slightly separate note, most Worlds titles are not available in amazon.co.uk This one is because it came out before Hugh opened up Wool. But as such, it is not completely clear that all the back story is in Hugh's work and it's essential to have read the Wool trilogy first. At least one of the 2 star reviews has made this mistake.

Some of the events appear bizarre at first and some reviews draw attention to this. However, again, they are in keeping with the Wool trilogy and are also explained in those books.
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Beautiful from beginning to end. Now you get to find what happens to Helen or "Karma" as she is known in the Silo. You get a peek at the chracter in Howey's trilogy and what has happened brief;y when Donny finds out he's surpassed his wife. Now revel in her struggle of the world before versus the one she is in now.

Great character back stories, while remaining true to all of the WOOLiverse. I hugely enjoyed this book. I have read quite a few novels/novellas set in the universe but this is one of the best in writing style and description. I wish the author had maybe wrote more, even a sequel which continues the sage from this Silo.
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Taking on the world of Wool is no easy task and Karma Of The Silo bravely takes on the life story of a significant character from the Wool series who we know existed and while didn't play a huge part in the original story, the importance of her relationship with one of the main characters reverberates through the history of the Silos

Beginning with the early days of the Silos, the author does a fantastic job of retaining the atmosphere and claustrophobia of life underground and the characters are carefully constructed, exploring not only the effects of Silo life on the family dynamic, but the often complex relationships between the different Silo classes through the eyes of Karma and her family as she realises who she really is and has to decide whether to remain subdued and forget her past life, or choose a different path than the one chosen for her and challenge the status quo.

It also explores the brutality of human nature as various conflicts arise during Karma's life with all-too-familiar uprisings and power struggles taking place with some resorting to violence, menace and murder to achieve their goals, while also dealing with the tragic consequences of suicide as people become disillusioned with life and the ever-lingering threat of being sent to Clean.

The story is well-paced and rarely falters with plenty of twists and a stirring conclusion and I have to say overall my first foray into fan fiction has been very rewarding indeed. I have to admit I've always been a bit skeptical about the impact and validity of fan fiction, but Patrice Fitzgerald has proven me wrong and for that I'm grateful.
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