Tunnels #6: Terminal by Brian WilliamsTunnels #6: Terminal by Brian Williams

Tunnels #6: Terminal

byBrian Williams, Roderick Gordon

Hardcover | October 29, 2013

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The end to end all ends: The epic finale to the New York Times bestselling Tunnels series!

Total Termination of the English: The Styx and their lethal cohorts of Armagi will settle for nothing less. Not even the mighty US military is strong enough to stop the assault!

Will and Elliott flee back underground, down to the innards of the Earth first mapped in Deeper and Freefall. With the support of a small team that survived the plague that swept through New Germania, they discover a secret at the site of the three core pyramids. A secret that explains not only where the Styx came from, but the human race, too.

Can Elliott, with her mixed blood, unlock the clue before Earth itself spins out of orbit? All the many threads of the prior Tunnels books come together in this epic conclusion!

RODERICK GORDON and BRIAN WILLIAMS are coauthors of the international bestsellers Tunnels, Deeper, Freefall, Closer, Spiral, and Terminal. Williams divides his time between London and his native Liverpool; Gordon lives with his wife and children in Norfolk, England. Follow him on Twitter @RoderickGordon.
Title:Tunnels #6: TerminalFormat:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 8.55 × 5.88 × 1.34 inPublished:October 29, 2013Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545479649

ISBN - 13:9780545479646


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hmm This series is definitely not one I recommend. It was weird and confusing maybe for the fact that I was really young when I read this and couldn't quite grasp at every detail thrown at me...
Date published: 2017-05-10

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From Tunnels #6: TerminalThere was a flash, and Elliott was pitched backward onto the floor of the chamber as if she'd received an electric shock."No!" Will shouted, rushing to her side. "Are you okay?"She closed her fingers into a fist and then splayed them open again. "I'm fine. Doesn't hurt at all," she replied with some surprise. "But that was really weird."The floor of the chamber shook.Juergen dropped into a crouch. "Earthquake," he said. "They're quite common in this part of . . ."But it wasn't an earthquake, he realized as he trailed off.With the howl of displaced air, the ceiling above them disappeared, the walls disintegrated, and they were flooded with sunlight. Shielding his eyes from the glare, Will had an uninterrupted view of the clear sky."What?" he gasped.It seemed as though a giant wave was moving away from them, a cloud of stone fragments and dust sweeping through the giant trees of the jungle.

Editorial Reviews

Praise for the Tunnels series"Action; lively dialogue; diabolical villains and feisty teens; clever cat-like companion hunters; things that blow up; torture and mind-manipulation; family and friends in danger; and trust and betrayal. A great science-fiction adventure." -VOYA"Propelled by chases, attacks, explosions, cunning deceptions, and acts of heroism and stupid bravado." -School Library Journal*"Compelling." -Booklist, starred review"Exciting." -Kirkus