Neon_Camouflage t1_jd9mxkj wrote

I agree that it's rather annoying to jump characters for a new book, but Shift establishes a ton of the backstory (the entire book is backstory, really) and helps connect a bunch of the dots that Wool shows you or alludes to, but doesn't explain.

Dust gets back to the characters you know and love and moves the story forward from very shortly after Wool ends, so you do have that to look forward to.


Neon_Camouflage t1_jd8qrzz wrote

I just saw someone asking for help trying to remember what this book was maybe a week or so ago in this sub, and it prompted me to pick it up.

Finished Wool and Shift so far, just starting Dust. Fantastic series so far, I'm a huge fan of post-apocalyptic novels but the perspective of this one is uncommon and a nice change of pace from the usual fare.