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Not just an unpredictable story about one man's peculiar passion, Keith Lowe's ...
Not just an unpredictable story about one man's peculiar passion, Keith Lowe's exceptional debut draws us effortlessly along on a deeply personal journey through chaos, commitment, and love.
Posted August 8, 2002
It really deserves 3 1/2. A notable first novel from a new author. Lowe uses a comendable plot to serve as a psychological journey through the Protagonists mind. His journey through the tube quickly becomes a breakdown of what is really important in his life. In a few words, 'he finds what he is looking for.' Go ahead, give it a whirl, maybe you'll find what it is you are looking for.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 26, 2001
I have read every book that MTV has published so far. And Tunnel Vision is another great addition to the family. I read this book in two days. It's written in 1st person present, and follows the main character Andy as he travels the entire London Underground Tube System in one day. All because of a bet he made to his best friend. The stakes? His honeymoon tickets, train ticket, passport, and other important items, which his friend has placed at various points throught the Tube, for a complete set of Tube Tickets.The trick? To prove that he has hit every stop by photographing it. He has until 1am to complete the dare and meet his wife-to-be at the Eurostar, for a midnight train ride into Paris where they will be married. Will he make it in time?? You will root Andy on and curse his cruel friend Rolf. I did not want to put this novel down, I could'nt wait to get to the end. A must read if you are a Tube Traveler! Cant wait for Keiths next novel.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.