The small skull split open under Will’s boot, the hollow
sound resounding through the empty New Germanian street.
Will hadn’t been looking where he was treading as he’d moved
towards the pavement, and had completely failed to notice the
diminutive skeleton stretched out in the gutter.
‘Oh … my … good … God,’ Will swallowed as he stood
over the skeleton, which had to have been that of a child.
Although very little brain tissue remained inside the skull, the
sight of the empty pupal casings spilling out was horrifying.
The climate of this inner world with its ever-burning sun
couldn’t have been more favourable for the armies of voracious
flies, which had stripped the flesh from the human skeletons
in a matter of weeks. Eight weeks to be precise. And stripped
it so efficiently that the stench of decay that once hung over
the dead city had almost completely vanished.
Everywhere Will looked there were sun-bleached bones,
mostly poking from crumpled clothes.
About the book
THE SIXTH AND FINAL BOOK IN THE HUGELY SUCCESSFUL TUNNELS SERIES BY RODERICK GORDON AND CO-AUTHOR BRIAN WILLIAMS.
The Styx are sweeping across England, leaving death and devastation in their wake. It seems nothing can stop them now. But, deep in the centre of the earth, Will and Elliott must find a way ...
Highly-anticipated sixth book in the internationally-bestselling Tunnels series.
Series now sold to more than 40 countries.
Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams
If you liked Terminal (Tunnels: Book 6), why not try ...
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