Broken Angels, the second book in the Takeshi Kovacs world by Richard Morgan, was decent. It was not as coherent or sensical as his first novel, and sought to explain more of the world he glossed over in the first novel. Overall, I thought it was a bit of a step down, as Morgan seemed to try to accomplish things at far too many levels, without the talent to back it up. It was still an enjoyable sci-fi thriller, and I’ll continue to read his books for now, but I was expecting a bit more as he refined his writing talent from his first novel, and wasn’t entirely satisfied. 6/10.