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Having narrowly escaped the Governor's savage Huntsmen, Marta Banks and the other surviving Tube Riders are on the run in northern France. Trapped inside a government-assigned quarantine zone, they search for a way out of a bleak countryside littered with abandoned worker robots and haunted by sinister monks, while at the same time a far deadlier threat than any they have faced before is searching for a way in.

From the towering spires of Mont St Michel through the dark horrors of the Paris Catacombs to the treacherous peaks of the French Alps, The Tube Riders: Exile is an epic continuation of Chris Ward's Tube Riders series.

©2013 Chris Ward (P)2016 Chris Ward

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  • Georgia McNabb
  • 24-02-17

enjoyable but Dark

I really enjoyed the 1st book and had looked forward to this one, but this one got quite dark. I did not expect the author to heap so many continual problems on the characters.