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Publisher's Summary

Just when you thought it was over....
The sequel to Train. Train passengers in New York are being terrorized by supernatural entities on Earth Two. Ariel, from Earth One, learns about this alternate Earth and the threat it faces. She travels there on an infinite loop train that should no longer exist. Earth Two also has a Rick, a Lois, an Autumn, a Jim, and many others from Earth One, but their lives are very different, yet the same in some ways. Train: Earth Two is based on characters from the Love Train web series.
Excerpt:
"At Avenue M train station on the uptown side in Brooklyn, a fairly new couple named Arthur and Betty were waiting for the train along with some other people. They were holding hands, laughing a lot and being silly. Without their knowing, the black train was in front of them. It startled them when they noticed it. The black train quietly hovered. It didn’t have wheels. It was completely black even the windows. It sort of looked like the night sky without the stars. It had no number. It had no letter. It had no logo. It had no driver. It had nothing but being black. The car doors opened quietly. The inside was black and dark. There were no lights. Betty wanted to step on, but Arthur felt that wasn’t a good idea. Betty insisted. Arthur reminded her about the news stories and rumors. Betty didn’t care. She felt, what could happen? Some people got on and disappeared into the blackness. Arthur knew this was a bad thing, but Betty wanted to experience it so he stepped on with her. They disappeared into the darkness. The car doors closed. The black train sped away incredibly fast."
©2017 Gene Geter (P)2018 Gene Geter
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ntussia on 01-17-18

This audiobook should be made into a movie!

I really enjoyed the first train audiobook! This audiobook was even better than the first. You made the characters seem so surreal, highly recommend for sci-fi lovers!

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