Dispatches from District 48
I have no data on it, but "Dust" must be up there somewhere. Was looking for a book of that name and found five zillion different ones on Amazon.
Don't do it! You'll really be happier with the series if you stop after Shift. You pretty much know the full story, and you'll probably like the resolution in your head better.
Elizabeth Bear's Dust is a fine science fiction so high-tech it's almost fantasy story along the lines of Roger Zelazny and Gene Wolfe.
Looking for Hugh Howey I assume
I'm reading Dust of the wool series right now. It has its ups and downs, but I've enjoyed the series so far.
You'll probably find that the vast majority of those are used books that describe the condition of the "dust cover".
Dust by Hugh Howey here.