Dust (Silo Saga) Quotes

Hugh Howey
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They were doing the right thing, she told herself. She had seen with her own eyes how vast the world, had stood on a summit and surveyed the land. All she had to do was show others what was out there.
-- Narrator (Chapter 2 paragraph 22)

Importance: As the novel gets underway, Juliette oversees a digging operation with the intent of reaching Silo 17 by tunnel. Having been outside, Juliette knows that there is an entire world above ground. Her goal is to ultimately reach the outside, but first she must ensure the survivors in Silo 17 have access to 18 so they, too, can get out. Juliette does not yet know it, but the tunnel to 17 will be Salvation for her and people from 18 rather than the other way around.

This is just the beginning.
-- Juliette (Chapter 7 paragraph 38)

Importance: During the digging process, Juliette is seeking to prove to the people in Silo 18 at large that another world exists beyond their own...

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