The Second Internet Cafe, Part 2: The Cascade Annihilator [NOOK Book]

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Dimension researcher Lucas Hunter returns to confront his nemesis, Dietrich, in an explosive showdown.

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The Second Internet Cafe, Part 2: The Cascade Annihilator

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Overview

Dimension researcher Lucas Hunter returns to confront his nemesis, Dietrich, in an explosive showdown.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044322325
  • Publisher: Chris James
  • Publication date: 2/15/2013
  • Series: Second Internet Cafe , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 372 KB

Meet the Author

Chris James is a 40-something writer who has so far published two full-length Science Fiction novels, and is currently writing his third. His writing schedule extends to his next three full-length novels and beyond. In his spare time he tries comedy: so far he has written and published a comedy/picture book called The B Team and Me, or How five adorable puppies nearly ruined my life, and has written one feature-length rom-com screenplay, called The Renewable Assignment.In addition, Chris is proud to be a regular contributing columnist for Indies Unlimited, an outstanding and high-profile site dedicated to supporting Independent Authors, and here on his own blog he is given to venting by writing articles and columns that strike a chord with him and, hopefully, his readers. Chris enjoys interacting with his readers. Around this site you can find video journals and Keeks (short videos), and, on any article or other post, you can leave a comment – Chris would be delighted to hear your opinion.Chris lives in an agreeably anonymous – and nicely forested – suburb of Warsaw, Poland, with his wife and three children; so if he does offend anyone, he can be reasonably sure of remaining unfound.
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  • Posted March 30, 2013

    Chris James has once again created an exciting sci-fi adventure

    Chris James has once again created an exciting sci-fi adventure in his follow-up to The Dimension Researcher.  The story picks up shortly after the Dimension Researcher ends with Lucas Hunter back in action with The Second Internet Cafe, travelling to alternate realities and researching how the world could have been if certain events from the past had played out differently.  The only problem is that his old "pal" Dietrich is starting appear once again.  This time, however, Dietrich claims to have a device that threatens Lucas's home reality/universe.




    In the meantime, the threat that Dietrich poses has the rest of the world wanting the Second Internet Cafe shut down for good.  




    Part of the story focuses on Lucas as he tries to save the world from Dietrich's threat.  We are also treated to a set of new characters who are struggling to keep the Second Internet Cafe.  This is all going on with the looming threat of a military strike on Europe for their activities with dimension research.  




    Chris James further proves his talent for writing a complex yet entertaining story with great characters and unique ideas. I love the alternate realities James creates, and his strong grasp on history helps make those realities come to life realistically.  One of my favorite new characters is Paula, a woman with an amazing ability(I don't want to give it away here.)




    The Cascade Annihilator starts with a bang(almost literally) and doesn't let up until the last page and still leaves you wanting more.  If you haven't read The Dimension Researcher, you may want to start there, but both are incredible books with unique concepts and thought-provoking plots.  Well done, Mr. James!

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