This Reboot sequel picks up right where the first of the duology left off. I finished the book about two weeks ago, and my loan expired, so if I bookmarked anything interesting, it's gone now.
Anyway, Wren and her boyfriend do some more fighting for their lives, not always knowing who their enemies or allies are. It's another quick read, but maybe not quick enough? It's told in both characters' voices this time, instead of just Wren's, but they're hard to distinguish.
Sorry to be vague, but I'm pretty sure if you read the first book, you'll read the second one whether my review is useful or not. Blargh. I've got too much going on right now.