Decent followup to first book. Performance was solid. Story was good, but it felt like in the final chapters, the writer came up against a deadline and just ended the book as quick as possible. It left me with many questions about things that happened in the first book. Not "maybe there will be a third book", kind of questions, but "well, that makes no sense" kind of questions. The old multiple timeline/timeline paradox thing is kind of tired and I thought the writer used a variation of that theme to explain away some of the characters motivations and actions that should have been explained by good storytelling. Still, I enjoyed the premise of the books and found them both worth listening to.
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