Every once in a while, you start a book with some preconceptions. Most of the time we find our preconception justified. For this story, not so much. Was it predictable? A little bit, but that really isn't a negative for me in this case. The things I saw coming were things I that seemed logical to occur. Heck, for all I know, the author intended them to be anticipated. Regardless, the story was thoroughly ejoyable and a satisfying followup to the first story in this series, Shoot The Humans First.
I felt that Beck Black did a marvelous job of populating her story with a multitude of four dimensional characters. Not a one of them goes unchanged over the course of the story.
There is only one reason I would tell you to not read this story, and that is if you haven't read Shoot the Human First yet. They are complete stories on their own with different plots and points of view, but when read in order, make a more satisfying story arc.
(review of free book)