Tunnels : Tunnels

  • by Roderick Gordon, Brian Williams
  • Narrated by Stephen Crossley
  • Series: Tunnels
  • 13 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When 14-year-old Will Burrows goes looking for his missing father, he discovers an underground world that time forgot. Ruled by a brutal class called the Styx, "The Colony" has not changed in a hundred years. Into this dark and mysterious place go Will and his friend Chester, unsure what they will find and oblivious to the dangers ahead. Before long their extraordinary adventure unearths a terrible secret - one that may cost them their lives.Hailed as the next big thing in fantasy literature, Tunnels grips the imagination while making listeners think twice about the ground beneath their feet.


What the Critics Say

"Gordon and Williams will soon have legions of fans. Tunnels is just the beginning." (Guardian)


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Customer Reviews

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On the Fence

As I listened to this book, I had mixed feelings. Even now, I am not sure how I feel about this book. Overall, the main plot concept is refreshing original. So, it's not a total waste of time. However, I feel a lot of the book focused on a lot of strange, mean and down-right weird people verses a few quality characters. After a while, I even didn't care about the so-called "heros"of the book because they were not that lovable or developed fully. The character development was unbalanced, and the plot had too many needless subplots that were not resolved well or at all. Overall, I felt the book left the reader hanging in the end (in an unsatisfying way). My ranking is more a 2.5 than the 3.
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- HNS_1205


I was expecting something special, what with the "next Harry Potter" monicker being tossed around. I'll admit, it took me and my kids a few tries to get into Harry Potter, but by the time they got to Hogwarts, we were hooked. With this book however, the characters and writing seem to fall a little flat. It may be an engrossing story at some point, but we listened to nearly 3 hours, and decided to call it quits. So far, not impressed.
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- Lisa "Nose in a Book" Martin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-31-2008
  • Publisher: Recorded Books