Night Train

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
UNDER THE SUBWAYS' ROAR, OUT OF THE DEEP, WET CAVES, COMES THE FURY FROM HELL …

In the bedrock beneath New York, a beautiful news reporter and a hard-bitten cop enter an eerie maze of abandoned tunnels, searching for a train that vanished with all aboard — over half a century ago.

But under the city of skyscrapers and tourists an unholy evil waits to disgorge itself in violence and blood. More

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Jnana Hodson reviewed on June 28, 2019

The smells and sounds of New York's underground are viscerally presented in this hefty invention, beginning with the IRT in 1915 and flashing forward into today. Monteleone doesn't stop there. Instead, he plunges ahead into "places beneath us that few have imagined, much less seen … a virtual kingdom of darkness beneath our feet" as well as a slasher now targeting late-night riders. What follows is an action-filled tour de force with a cast of characters to match. Along the way, the author spews fascinating details of the inner operations of the MTA and of big-city police, making me wonder about how much first-hand research he managed to conduct during the writing. The developing terror turns into quite the nail-biter.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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