|Title:||Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel - Large Print|
|Format:||azw lrf mbr lit|
|ePUB size:||1256 kb|
|FB2 size:||1467 kb|
|DJVU size:||1727 kb|
|Category:||Action and Adventure|
|Publisher:||BiblioLife; Large type / large print edition edition (August 18, 2008)|
The Titus Brothers Contractors company have won a government contract in Peru to blast a tunnel through a mountain and connect two isolated railroad lines. The deadline is approaching, and the contractors have hit a literal wall: excessively hard rock which defies conventional blasting techniques. The company is under pressure to finish, or else the contract will default to their rivals, Blakeson & Grinder.
Tom Swift entered the gate-house and saw, seated in a chair, a man whowas impatiently tapping the floor with his thick-soled shoe. Looks like a detective or a policeman in disguise," thought Tom, for,almost invariably, members of this profession wear very thick-soledshoes. Opposite the stranger sat Eradicate, a much-injured look on hishonest, black face. Oh, Massa Tom!" exclaimed Eradicate, as soon as the young inventorentered.
Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel was written in the year 1916 by Victor Appleton. This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally. Standing on the front porch, which he seemed to occupy completely, was a large horse, with a saddle twisted underneath him. The animal was looking about him as calmly as though he always made it a practice to come up on the front piazza when stopping at a house. Off to one side, with a crushed hat on the back of his head, with a coat split up the back, with a broken riding crop in one hand and a handkerchief in the other, sat a dignified, elderly gentleman.
Download Victor Appleton's Tom Swift and his Big Tunnel for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. Tom Swift, seated in his laboratory engaged in trying to solve a puzzling question that had arisen over one of his inventions, was startled by a loud knock on the door. So emphatic, in fact, was the summons that the door trembled, and Tom started to his feet in some alarm. Hello there!" he cried. Don't break the door, Koku!" and then he laughed.
LibriVox recording of Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel, by Victor Appleton. The Titus Brothers Contractors company have won a government contract in Peru to blast a tunnel through a mountain and connect two isolated railroad lines. Mr. Job Titus has heard of Tom Swift and Tom's giant cannon, which is used in protecting.
Tom shoved back his chair, pushed aside the mass of papers over which he had been puzzling, and strode to the door. Flinging it open he confronted a veritable giant of a man, nearly eight feet tall, and big in proportion. Tom Swift entered the gate-house and saw, seated in a chair, a man who was impatiently tapping the floor with his thick-soled shoe. Looks like a detective or a policeman in disguise," thought Tom, for, almost invariably, members of this profession wear very thick-soled shoes.
Victor Appleton was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate and its successors, most famous for being associated with the Tom Swift series of books. The character of Tom Swift was conceived in 1910 by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book-packaging company.
And in spite of all his wife and his daughter could say, Mr. Nestor did write Tom a scathing letter. Mary and her mother did not know the contents of the note, but Mary tried to get Tom on the wire and explain