"Silo" brings the dystopian heat.
Unfortunately no one will come out to see the collection. They want a list. I don't want to do all that work without some idea that they'll buy it. My late father in law had an antiquarian bookstore. When he died everyone wanted to cherry pick from the store's stock. We ended up donating over 10,000 volumes to the local library as a tax writeoff.
Did you understand the ending? I sure as h**l didn’t.
Did you read the Wool novels? I like Silo, but I feel like they are dragging the story out to maximize it's longevity more than the novels did.
I listen more to cds than vinyl. Know anyone who wants to buy 2000 lps? They're just sitting around my house To me one of the little mentioned advances of accumulating music is the amount of really old music easily found on places like Amazon. Although I still like to go tnrough stacks at shops like Princeton Record Exchange or others I know on the East Coast ( Boston to Myrtle Beach), the amount of music available now is amazing. I recently bought a James Scott Skinner record recorded in 1905. It sounded great. I bring this up as re Rev. Horton Heat. He's okay but why should I listen to him rather than Jerry Lee Lewis Live at the Star Club- Hamburg. I must confess this thought has occurred to me before. It was when millions of people bought an album of John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd rather than the originals by Sam and Dave, Otis Redding et al. Just my two cents.