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Promoted 07-13-2016 by qwikwit at 11:08 AM View Original Post
Amazon has Sand Omnibus (Kindle eBook) by Hugh Howey on sale for $1.99. Thanks powerfuldoppler

Note, audible narration can be added for $1.99.

Includes:
  • Sand: Part 1 - The Belt of the Buried Gods
  • Sand: Part 2 - Out of No Man's Land
  • Sand: Part 3 - Return to Danvar
  • Sand: Part 4 - Thunder Due East
  • Sand: Part 5 - A Rap Upon Heaven's Gate

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Written by qwikwit

Sand Omnibus is another well-reviewed post-apocalyptic set of novels from Hugh Howey earning 4.3 out of 5 stars based on over 1600 reviews. -qwikwit

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Edited July 13, 2016 at 09:30 AM by TattyBear
Amazon has Hugh Howey: Sand Omnibus [Kindle Edition] for $1.99

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Add audible narration for another $2.
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#5
Great book, but I personally felt it ended like a sequel was in the works, like Wool did. Is that at all true, or is this Omnibus it?
For $2, buy it.
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#6
It was a good book, although the although subplot switching was a bit much. Worth it for $1.99!
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#7
Agree with the two above. The books were good, but the ending wasn't very satisfying. Also didn't enjoy it as much as the Wool series (though that is a pretty high bar).
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#8
Pretty good book, not as good as Wool. On another note, Hugh has kind of gone off the deep end. His recent blog post about politics and zero borders and Brexit is pretty nutty, even for an author who writes about diving through sand and underground silos.
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I have been struggling through Wool. I read all the reviews and I know I am suppose to love it but compared to Ready Player One ... at least so far, I am struggling to want to finish it.
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great book!
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I have been struggling through Wool. I read all the reviews and I know I am suppose to love it but compared to Ready Player One ... at least so far, I am struggling to want to finish it.
Worth finishing, and the two sequels are great as well.

Then read Daemon by Daniel Suarez. That shit'll knock you on your ass.
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I have been struggling through Wool. I read all the reviews and I know I am suppose to love it but compared to Ready Player One ... at least so far, I am struggling to want to finish it.
Just read the synopsis of of Wool and RPO, sounds good to me. But since you like RPO better, does living through the 80s (assuming you did) make it more of an interesting read? As stated by many reviewers.
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added this to my Hugh Howey backlog. Thanks for posting.
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I have been struggling through Wool. I read all the reviews and I know I am suppose to love it but compared to Ready Player One ... at least so far, I am struggling to want to finish it.
Yes, the atmosphere he creates is dark and depressing, but it is definitely worth getting through to the end.
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#15
Nice book. But not free. i am just wait for free items in future.
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