I've been following this series since its inception, and having read the first book I was interested to see where the author would take both the personal story of Nash (my favourite trainwreck of a human being) and how the larger narrative arc of his journey would take shape. I was not disappointed!
Picking up the thread directly where The Korpes File left off, the reader is once again thrust into a world of political intrigue, shading business dealings, and one man's war against the system that keeps it all tenuously in place. It doesn't pull any punches - and I was continually surprised by how the story played out.
The perfect mix of classic dystopian science fiction and corporate thriller. Highly recommended! (Although definitely start with book 1 - which I maintain is *marginally* better!)