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Deep below Manhattan, tunnel engineer Josh Reed leads his team as they excavate the East Side Access extending New York's railway service. But sparks fly as the drill hits an unusual crystalline material - one Josh has never seen before. They push on, and Josh discovers something even more unexpected: a vast room, empty and lifeless - or so it seems.

When Josh finds out that the CIA are now looking for him and that his coworkers have gone missing, he turns to his best friend and boss, Lionel Parker, for help. Together they unravel the mystery of the room, what's inside it, and why the CIA are so desperate to keep them silent. It's nothing they could ever have expected.

©2017 Andrew J. Morgan (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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story is a bit boring, great premise though

i expected a much bigger story, the idea is solid, but at half point you feel as though it dosnt move anymore and is getting nowhere, the final scenes are lame and not tied well into the story. I did listen to the end, but didnt enjoy half of it.

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  • J. Rose
  • Murrieta, CA USA
  • 05-01-17

Ok

The story was ok. Nothing special and nothing extraordinary. The manner in which it's written is well done, it's just the story that's not so special.

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I really enjoyed this book

This book held my attention from beginning to end. The idea of the discovery was unique and interesting to explore. I would recommend this book to young adults and adults alike.

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Good!

I tried to read this book a while back and just couldn't get in to it. Then I ran across it again in audible . I don't want to say too much and give things away , but I found likable characters and a good story. Greg Tremblay did a great job as narrator.

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  • Philip
  • Meridian, Ms.
  • 10-13-17

IT'S NOT MY FAULT . . . is it?

This reminded me of my crack addicted step son stealing from everyone trying to help him, crashing cars and running through the woods from the law; the whole time desperately trying to find anyone besides himself to blame for the train wreck of a life he made for himself. This is a guy who had to return his children's Christmas clothes (not paid for by him) because "They didn't fit". The money never being seen by the family again and his kids without new clothes. At least in the story the main character finally figures it out. Sadly, it's only after almost everyone he cares for is gone. Obviously I'm Jaded due to my own experiences. I found the story difficult to listen to and skipped over the lame parts. In the end the character seems to accept responsibility for his life but he has this whole fantastic story that seems to prove it really wasn't his fault after all . . . I find nothing redeeming here. Bless his heart and may his life be better.

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Author is obviously not American.

Which would be fine if the story wasn't told from a supposedly American point of view. I don't mind a few cultural goofs here and there but the main antagonist is the CIA which the author thinks is a law enforcement organization. Its definitely not. The CIA has no authority to arrest anyone especially US citizens. I found this major discrepancy very distracting.

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  • robert
  • 11-11-17

Disappointing ending

The narrator has a very monotone speech even during times of high action which makes it difficult to become engrossed in the tale and the ending which could have gone in a multitude of ways chose the most depressing possible, I walked away from the book thinking it would be the last time I would listen to this narrator or read another book from this author

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  • Mrs
  • 05-28-17

Really well read but overwritten and tedious

Probably a good kernel of a story but buried under a great weight of unnecessary detail and repitition. Performance excellent

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  • Amy E.
  • 05-14-17

great story.:)

a great adventure with brilliant narrative I hope to see more a.j Morgan . :)