Argh. I don't know how to talk about this -- it's so much the second quarter of a story that I'm not sure what to say. Still, I feel compelled to try.
This picks up right after the events of Go Home, Afton and continues the story. It's almost as good -- probably about as good, but since we know this world a bit now, there's not as much of the joy of discovery. That's the only negative to getting the story told in novella-length chunks instead of one big book, this part isn't the next good part of the whole. Still, that's part of the fun of this kind of story-telling, too.
I'm not crazy about developments and the reveal in the last few chapters, but I'm not sure I get all that Jones is trying to accomplish. I'm prepared to change my mind about it. Even if he doesn't convince me that this is the right way to go, I can still see myself enjoying the story as a whole.
There's a crispness, a rawness to the writing that I really appreciate. I'm really enjoying the characters of Afton, her brother and the social circle that she's found herself with (for lack of a better term), and am looking forward to seeing what happens next.
Basically, I liked this. You should read the first book in the series, and this one, too.