Synopses & Reviews
At eight o'clock in the evening, 24 December 2007, Pinewood Military Installation exploded. The blast ripped apart acres of forest and devastated the remote highland valley where the base was located. No official cause was given for the incident. Inside Pinewood were 185 male and female personnel--a mixture of scientists and soldiers. There were also seven teenagers. This is the story of their last day . . . Bunker 10 is a high-octane thriller perfect for fans of video games, science fiction, and television shows like 24.
When a scientific experiment goes haywire, a hidden military base is thrown into chaos and it's up to a small group of genius teens who live there to find a way out of certain destruction. A compelling mix of military simulations, time travel, and suspense.
About the Author
Jan-Andrew Henderson was born in Dundee in 1962. After graduating he travelled for several years--but wherever he went, he wrote and staged plays. In 1998, he settled in Scotland and set up Black Hart Entertainment, one of the largest ghost tour companies in the UK. A year later he began writing nonfiction. After the birth of his son, he moved on to writing children's fiction. Bunker 10 is his first novel for older readers.