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  • 426 pages
  • Caitlin Ross and the Commute from Hell (The Future Next Door, #2)
  • Brian Olsen
  • 06 February 2016

6 thoughts on “Caitlin Ross and the Commute from Hell (The Future Next Door, #2)

  1. says:

    Another really fun book in this series Continues from several months after the events of the previous book and while it doesn't seem to be related at first everything comes together at the end I really enjoy the four main characters here and how they play off each other and also how they all get their own POV as well as the various side characters that show up in each book This one is maybe a bit darker than the first book or maybe I'm just affected by body horror than the small amount of gore that was present before but overall it's a very fun and fast paced sci fi adventure


  2. says:

    Where Alan Lennox and the Temp Job of Doom opened with a scene direct from a slasher movie Caitlin Ross and the Commute from Hell opens with a scene direct from the type of science fiction horror movie that gave me nightmares as a kid I saw The Fly once as a kid and I have yet to be able to sit down and watch it since Because of that movie we all know what happens to someone when their body is transported from one container into another container that contains another live body So you can imagine what happened to the kid mentioned in the synopsis when the evil scientist kidnapped him put him in a transporter type pod and tried to transport him to another location using a dog as the other test subject Here's the rub in order to transport someone you have to break them apart at the atomic level In order to recreate them you have to have some sort of building blocks in place otherwise the body can't be reconstructed It's a gruesome and bloody process and the horrors of it are on full display than onceThere is a lot going on in this book and once again the action is split between the four roommates They have tried to move on from the nightmares created by the artificial intelligence Amysyn that tried to kill them in the previous book They thought they had beaten her but humans being the fallible creations that we are a character you badly want to be a good guy ends up resurrecting a part of it in order to try and defeat other intelligences as they develop in the future He has his heart in the right place but the actions he takes in conjunction with the scientists he partnered with do so much harm than good One is an egomaniac willing to sacrifice anyone in order to reach his goals The other is a grieving mother who just wants her daughter back a daughter who died as a result of her research Both of them are bat shit crazy and blood thirsty in their attempts As a reader you don't realize that he is responsible for all the pain and death that is inflicted in this book and there is a lot of both until the end And even then you still want to like him The roommates still want to like him and in many cases they find that they can forgive him if not totally trust him Between the wormholes opening up hurtling subway cars to the ground and old men into shark infested water to the horrific conseuences of the transportation machines there is a ton of science run amok in this book Sometimes the scientific aspects of the book felt heavy at times but the author doesn't bog the action down with overly elaborate explanations or descriptions And while I know this is all science fiction it fits so well into the world the author created that none of it felt too far out thereThere are also a lot of new characters introduced and others that are fully developed in their second outing Certain side characters are turned into heroes and characters you thought may stick around end up being cowards or dying in ways I wouldn't wish on those I dislike the most None of them are superfluous as they all seem to enhance the action rather than take away from itOverall this was a fast paced humorously bloody and violent romp through New York City It was a terrific second book to the series and it keeps strengthening the four roommates as individuals and as a team I can't wait to read the third and fourth books now


  3. says:

    InventiveAnother action packed novel full of wormholes evil corporations and scientists and teleportation The foursome Alan Dakota Mark and Caitlin are back and trouble finds them


  4. says:

    The four friends are back in another sci fi horror adventure involving mad scientists teleportation devices and glowing wormholes that terrorise New York Gruesomely entertaining


  5. says:

    What a really unusual series I wasn't sure about the first book but the second book really brought the series to life The characters are well written and believable and the scenarios they find themselves in are really imaginative The author certainly doesn't shy away from mystery intrigue and sadly tragedy


  6. says:

    Mmm candyIt's word candy If you loved the first he won't let you down Caitlin is amazing Mark is a superhero the others are a tag team of intelligence I adore all four main characters


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