I wasn't excited to continue the series after the first one but this book hooked me. I really, really liked it and now can't wait to get to the third.
This one was darker than I was expecting.
Kyung is an unhappy man. He had a terrible childhood, and now his marriage is struggling, he doesn't know how to relate to his son, and has maxed-out credit cards and a mortgage he can't afford on a house that isn't worth what he paid for it. He also doesn't want anything to do with his parents, which is difficult, because after they are attacked in their home, they come to live with Kyung and his family.