This 2nd book in the Cade Korbin series is certainly better than book 1. Still a lot of violence, but now it more focused and not deliberately sadistic. The story line is decent, but more than a little incredulous. Even as SciFi, it's kind of hard to follow any logic within the story.
This book does have quite a few grammatical errors. These are not proofing-mistakes, they are clearly (and repeatedly) poor sentence structure. When I see things like "…me and Joe made a dash for…" it just jolts me. Once and I'd let it be, but this happens regularly.
It is entertaining. The story makes for a decent, and fairly light read.