Hugh Howey

“There were certain things, learned so young and remembered so deep that they felt like little stones in the center of her mind. These would be the parts of her that rotted last, the bits left over once the rest skittered off on the wind or was drunk deep by the roots.”

Hugh Howey, The Unraveling
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The Unraveling (Wool, #4) The Unraveling by Hugh Howey
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