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Thursday, February 15, 2018
Review of "Tunnels"
The North Koreans were building a huge tunnel under the DMZ and into South Korea with plans to invade. Tae, a poor North Korean, traveled to the South using part of the tunnel to connect with his brother to get much-needed supplies. The Americans devised a plan to destroy the tunnel, but it was extremely complicated and needed precise timing. As the plot developed, unforeseen events occur to threaten the outcome of the American plan, and many innocent lives. It takes a while to get to the crux of the story, but when you do, it pulls you in and you won't want to put the book down. Padilla's story is well thought out and delivered in a calm clear voice. 4 Stars