When Albert finds a mysterious wooden box waiting for him in the driver's seat of his locked car, he has no idea that it will lead him on an extraordinary and terrifying adventure. Each clue he unravels leads only to more questions as he pieces together a map of the complex, subterranean system that lies beneath the city and the strange labyrinth hidden deep within. Can he discover the meaning behind the box? Or will the endless darkness and the things that lurk unseen within these walls swallow him forever?
©2011 Brian Harmon (P)2014 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
I'm going to look into a refund. First of all, it's only 5 hours. I assume the next two in this awful series will be the same, so spend 3 credits for a tale that could be told in one audible book. Second, there's an intriguing start, with a mysterious, locked box found left inside the kid's car (who, by the way, is a virgin). Soon his much desired girl-friend-to-be finds a key to the box in her car. How this trick is pulled off, by who, or even why, is never explained. Our juvenile puzzle master eventually solves a highly unlikely set of clues that convinces them to go down and explore the maintenance tunnels under the campus. I won't turn this into a spoiler, but you need to know that the almost immediately lose all their clothes, and then 50% of the rest of this tale is spent with him thinking about her body, a 2 person orgy of sexual depravity in a room full of sexually explicit statues, him following her around watching and lusting after her rear end and privates, more bouncing their bones, her following him around lusting after his rear end and privates, much conversation about losing one's virginity, if you like books where nothing is solved and chock full of juvenile fantasies and sex acts, hey, then this is your kind of read. You might even learn something.
"Boring story, boring narrator"
Lack of content, no story.
Made it more exciting
Someone who can flow
only two characters not not an option
wont bother with subsequent books
"Is this Brian Harmon?"
I absolutely loved Rush 1&2, it was so original and exciting and so weird and the narration was perfect. But with these group of stories you could have Mr Fry narrating and it would still be a big miss.
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