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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Trapped in the Tunnel is a work of fiction in the Christian storytelling, adventure, and family drama subgenres, and it forms the opening novel to The Brady Street Boys Adventure Series. It is intended for middle-grade readers upwards and was penned by author Katrina Hoover Lee. The storyline introduces readers to the Brady Street Boys, a trio of brothers growing up in Indiana in 1987. When the threat of moving looms over their close-knit community due to their mother's concerns about an abandoned house, the boys take matters into their own hands to prove that their neighborhood is safe. Gary, the determined protagonist, leads the charge as he uncovers a mystery involving an antique clock and a map that hints at hidden underground passages. The boys embark on an adventure filled with intrigue and danger, all while demonstrating their strong family bond and Christian values.
Author Katrina Hoover Lee has lovingly crafted an engaging experience that combines a sense of nostalgia with the excitement of childhood exploration and discovery. The work weaves together themes of family, faith, and resilience, capturing the essence of youthful curiosity and determination. One of the particular highlights of the work for me was the depth of its emotional theming. As the Brady Street Boys navigate through challenges and unexpected twists, the story highlights the importance of trust, unity, and facing adversity head-on. The novel's blend of mystery, adventure, and heartwarming moments makes it a compelling read that also teaches Christian morality and a message of love. Overall, I would certainly recommend Trapped in the Tunnel and am intrigued to see where the rest of the series will take these intrepid boys in the future.