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Unfortunately, focusing on world-building and developing a stable of characters to work with isn't really that entertaining if nothing of interest actually ever happens to that world or those characters. They just kind of... wander aimlessly between perfunctory fight scenes. A developed character from the previous book gets superpowers for basically no other reason than to justify his continued presence in the story. People do things just because the plot hasn't moved in a while, with no real motivation.
It's just... really not interesting to read, to the point I struggle to even remember almost anything less than a week after reading it.
Like many second books in a series it is definitely the transition book that doesn't really end so much as set up the next book.
Worth a read, but the big question is can book 3 really satisfy when it comes out