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on 16 December 2011
If you've enjoyed a book so much, you buy the sequel; and then find the sequel even better, why be all arty and pseudo-intellectual about it, and mess about with four stars, when what you really want to do is give it five?
It's difficult to say too much without giving out spoilers, so I won't go down that route; merely to say both books are real page-turners, and surprisingly easy to get into for such a tome with so many players, as you're introduced to them in chunks, chapter by chapter.
If you like the genre, or if you think you might, I can only thoroughly recommend these books; my only question is, why oh why do the States have access to book 3 on Kindle, but the UK doesn't - a fact confirmed by the author himself, who is always delighted to hear from readers via his blog site/email.