Terminal (Tunnels 6) Paperback – 2 May 2013
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Anyway, back to the plot.......Will and Elliot are back at the Pyramid where Elliot suddenly feels a strange compulsion to follow some instinct she has (maybe it's because she's part Styx). Along the way, they meet up with the little Bushman again who opens the pyramid. Inside there appears to be nothing but Elliot knows different......something is pulling her towards a lost artifact which she MUST retrieve at all costs. So off Elliot and Will go into who knows where! Shh......can't say anymore it would be a spoiler.
In this last book several of the characters who we have known from book one are sadly killed. Chester has gone mad with grief from losing his parents and vows revenge on Danforth so he leaves Parry and goes off with Martha the old Cannibal who has managed to somehow tame some 'Brights'. Stephanie follows them and is told by Chester exactly what Martha does and how over-protective she is of him. He warns her to keep out of Martha's way and not to be too friendly with him in front of her.
Will is attacked by Hermione and when he wakes he is back home underground with his Mother but why is he craving the dark all the time and why does Bartleby 2 suddenly go off him?
This was a brilliant series of books, I suppose you would label it as sci-fi genre. Quite how two authors can co-write is beyond me but they have done the literary world proud.
I for one, am sorry that this was the last book...........or as I said earlier, is it???????
Basically, it's a tale concerning a secret underground society that has unpleasant plans for us surface dwellers. The plot is full of twists and turns, can be totally ruthless, sometimes horrific, and even pretty disgusting. Beware, there's no Hollywood-style feel good factor about this particular story. The authors are totally realistic when it comes to mortality rates, and heroes get hit every bit as bad as the villains.
Parents should know that there is use of bad language, guns and explosives. While this makes for exciting and adventurous reading for teens and adults, I certainly wouldn't have bought this for my son had he been any younger.
Oh, one reviewer did complain about the unscientific aspect of this series (ie. that the Earth is hollow and there seems to be no apparent mechanism for providing gravity). I don't know if he bought any more books in this series - but it's all satisfactorily explained in the end.
The last page CLEARLY indicate there MUST be another book, Will suspects that he is changing into a styx(and we have evidence he might be right) when we connect it with the last chapters, well.. another book or rebellion!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a really well written series, the characters were and the relationship between Will and Elliott was an ongoing affair. Will it end or will it resume!Published 11 months ago by D.S.Smith
Bought for a friend who's grandsons love the series...they are thrilled.Published 14 months ago by Ann Teak
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