Tunnels is a subterranean fiction novel by British authors Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams. It was initially self-published as The Highfield Mole in 2005, and re-released as Tunnels by Chicken House in 2007. The story follows Will Burrows, a 14-year-old 'archaeologist', who stumbles upon an underground civilization called The Colony.
After indulging in his three main passions during his teenage years - amateur boxing, experimental art and high-speed car chases - he attended The Slade School of Fine Art in the early eighties where he bizarrely earned the distinction of being referred to as “A dynamic group of performance artists”.
Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams Roderick Gordon was born, grew up and went to university in London. He worked in corporate finance in the City until 2001.RODERICK GORDON and BRIAN WILLIAMS are coauthors of the international bestsellers TUNNELS, DEEPER, FREEFALL, and CLOSER. Williams divides his time between London and his native Liverpool; Gordon lives with his wife and children in Norfolk, England.Will’s family may be dysfunctional, but he and his father are drawn together by their shared love of tunnels. Father and son dig not-quite-legal tunnels around London, unearthing Victorian jars, Codswallop bottles, 18th-century nails and other detritus of the city’s history.
Buy Tunnels (Tunnels 1) by Gordon, Roderick, Williams, Brian, Davenport, Jack (ISBN: 9781405688345) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Read More
Roderick Gordon (born November 1960) is the author of Tunnels, a bestselling children's book and the first book in the Tunnels series by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams.Read More
Contains 344 printed pages of text with 8 inserted colour plates and monochrome illustrations throughout by Brian Williams. The first book which has subsequently been retiled the 'Tunnels' series. In Fine condition, unopened and in perfect new condition. SIGNED on the day of publication to the half-title page 'Roderick Gordon, Brian Williams, 17th March 2005', no dust wrapper as published.Read More
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Roderick Gordon (born November 1960) is the author of Tunnels, a bestselling children's book and the first book in the Tunnels series by himself and Brian Williams. Born in November 1960, Roderick grew up in Highgate, North London. Chronically shy throughout his childhood, he sought refuge in drawing and writing, and whilst at the Hall School, Hampstead, he had his first short story published.Read More
Brian Williams Born in Liverpool, Brian Williams grew up in a small copper-mining community in Zambia. Describing himself as a class clown and inveterate daydreamer, Brian also became obsessed with all things subterranean.Read More
Synopsis Fourteen-year-old Will Burrows lives with his family in London. He has little in common with them except for a passion for digging which he shares with his father. When his father suddenly disappears down an unknown tunnel, Will decides to investigate with his friend Chester.Read More
Williams is known for his ten years as anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, the evening news program on NBC.After Williams joined the program in December 2004, NBC News was awarded the Peabody Award for its coverage of Hurricane Katrina, and Williams accepted the award on behalf of the organization. In February 2015, Williams was suspended for six months from his position as.Read More
All the many threads of the prior Tunnels books come together in this epic conclusion! Contributors: Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams are coauthors of the international bestsellers TUNNELS, DEEPER, FREEFALL, CLOSER, and SPIRAL. Williams divides his time between London and his native Liverpool; Gordon lives with his wife and children in.Read More
The sign of four teaching pack. Written for AQA’s GCSE English Literature paper, this pack takes a detailed look at this 19th century text and features tasks such as text analysis, character profiles, comprehension questions, word maps, Venn diagrams, tension graphs and exam practice questions.Read More