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Dream Tunnel

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  7 reviews
For ages 12 & up. A girl travels back in time to meet the boy she has fallen in love with while observing him on a device she found in the cellar: a time travel computer. She must marry and assume her mother’s throne before her eighteenth birthday or forfeit her destiny as Queen. Initially, she tricks the boy into thinking they are dreaming together rather than traveli ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published December 14th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Josh Frailey
I received this from a giveaway. Arby wrote me a personalized note and also signed the book for me and that's pretty awesome. Having won the giveaway I have the duty to post an honest review so here goes!

It has a great storyline and likable characters but I feel as if it could have been so much more. It feels entirely too underdeveloped.

The writing style is what throws me off in this book. It seems like it is written for preteen or younger audience in that it's very simple and plain. There's an
I went to the mailbox this morning and was excited to find a package with my name on it.
First I would like to Thank Arby Robbins for my free copy--I was so excited when I found out I won.
Now I feel an obligation and urge to write a review.

So, to my fellow book lovers: I pledge to speak the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth in this review and any that follow. *I pinkie promise*

So onto my review:
My first description of the book is: Delightfully Imaginative! The story had a great pl
I received this book as part of the goodreads giveaway and I would like to give an honest review of the book.

Without giving too much of the story line away I would say that this book would appeal to readers who like action and adventure. The story also has elements of time travel and romance. I found it an easy and enjoyable read but the reason I only gave the book a 3 star (liked it) rating rather than a 4 star (really liked it) or 5 star (it was amazing) was because I found the romance sub pl
Katrina Sutton
*Good Reads Winner*
I am so excited to receive a free copy of Dream Tunnel!
I can't wait until it arrives. :)

I was pleasantly surprised by Dream Tunnel. At first, I assumed she was from the past but reading the summary again it clearly said she was going back in time. It took me a while to figure out why the main character was particular about this one boy, but as I drove deeper it started to come together into a well fitted puzzle. I didn't want the book to ever end. But unfortunately where there
Rhiannan G
Dream Tunnel would appeal to readers who like action packed adventures. The story has time travel and romance. I found it to be a simple and enjoyable read.

I think this book is more appropriate for teens and young adults, not sure if twelve year olds should be the target audience.

However,I enjoyed the action and adventure parts of Dream Tunnel enough to give three stars for "I like it."
Super excited when I got the mail and the book was in it. I flew through the book. It could have had more detail, but overall was an exciting tale. I would recommend this to fans of YA fantasy.
Jessica Radcliff
Got this is mail and finished it same day:) couldn't put it down
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Arby Robbins developed his writing skills while authoring seven mystery and suspense novels and dozens of short stories (under a different name).

Dreaming up outlandish stories has always been fun for him. As a kid, during nap time his eyes were closed, but instead of sleeping he was creating imaginary people and places in his head.

Arby enjoys drawing the reader into his make-believe world to the p
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