I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Those of you who are familiar with Michael Ro9bertson will know that he is from the UK. In the spirit of the UK vernacular, Crash II is a bloody good book two in the series. This book continues the wanton gory violence of the original Crash. If you are not familiar with the premise of the series I will give a brief synopsis. Can you imagine what the world would be like if the global economic collapse of 2008 had not abated? What would happen to society if the currency based existence were turned on its' head? That is the thought behind the series. The author has focused on the dregs of society and how they may behave when there is no moral basis for existence. Book 1, Crash, introduced the reader to the primary gang and the extreme violence of their exist4nce. It also introduced George, a hulking person with an intact moral code. This book is about how George balances his brutal life with his inner feelings. Even though this is a very violent book, it is offset by the moral compass of George. This book is all about George and his perceptions. This is a good sequel to Crash and an enjoyable read. Remember that this is a horror genre book. I do recommend reading Crash first since it will improve your understanding of the characters.