Bob Henley is a self-proclaimed complainer. By day, the married father of two is a Human Resources professional. At night, he is Commuter Bob, a popular blogger who is famous for shining a pessimistic light on the pains of commuting from New Jersey to New York City. None of his five million Facebook followers knows what Bob looks like and he is determined to keep it that way.
As Bob shares an array of complaints about those who share his daily commute on the train, he humorously describes the erratic behavior of the arm swingers, the unwritten code of silence loyally adhered to by commuters, what it is like to be squished like a sardine in a can, and the agony of train delays. While Bob continues on his journey to stardom, a journalist who is tirelessly working to break his anonymity is never far behind—or so he thinks. Now only time will tell if he can maintain the secrecy behind his posts.
In this lighthearted tale, a mysterious man blogging about the annoyances of his daily commute to New York City must attempt to stay one step ahead of a journalist determined to reveal his identity.