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ISBN-13: 9781490334608
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/20/2013
Pages: 226
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Brian Dyko is a writer who lives in Los Angeles, CA. He is originally from Cleveland, OH, and encourages you to go there to check out Lake Erie. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 2007 in English Literature, and received his MFA in Writing for The Screen and Television from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts in 2010.

Despite his best efforts to exist in several dimensions at once, he is currently located on the earth.

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Tunnel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tunnel is a page turner for sure! In our over-crowded schedules who has time for reading anymore? The question is rhetorical: Those who deem reading a worthy pursuit willl make time for it. I suggest they put Brian Dyko's Tunnel on their list of near-future reads. Mr. Dyko is an author I will definitely keep my eye on. I'd heard about tunnel from some friends and it came highly recommended. From the instant I picked it up I could not put it down (unless forced to - and I was, forced to put it down, many times). There is a brilliance of imagination and wit that shimmers in each sentence, paragraph, and chapter that builds and builds until the novel becomes a symphonic adventure that is often bizarre, surreal, frightening, and at many times hilarious. Alex is an everyman, an everyman with the unique experience of having found the purest form of true-romantic-love. Alex has suffered loss previous to having found this true-romantic-love. That love is threatened by the loss previously suffered and it will take a journey across the farthest reaches of space and into different dimensions for that love to be recovered. You will lament, laugh, and be thrilled as you journey with Alex to almost unfathomable distances away from Stella. There are things that reward you when you read the work of a young author that is producing passionate and earnest work, like Mr. Dyko has put forth in Tunnel, that you will simply not glean from the pages of more established and well-published authors that churn out books like they're monthly subscription magazines. Mr. Dyko has labored here. Of that, I am sure. I feel greatly rewarded for having read Tunnel. The most satisfying thing is, is that the journey has yet to continue! We are promised two more installments of this marvelous trilogy and I'll be damned if I don't get them even if I have to take a flight to Los Angeles where the author is supposedly located (assuming he hasn't left earth yet) and do a Stephen King's "Misery" on him! When we can expect the next installment he has not said. I hope and pray and wish that it is soon. I love the character of Alex and the need I feel to be on his adventure with him has become a defining experience for me. Read this fine book or don't and let it be your loss... - J. Barnes