Blood Brothers is much better than its predecessor. The plot held my attention better in Blood Brothers and the story was much more interesting.
It's about a lawsuit Ben takes on that's between two rival brothers over a pharmaceutical company their father owned. The company has developed a new energy drug that they are currently testing on animals. The problem is the plant they have derived it from has a checkered past of violence.
The characters continued from the previous book are developed better and are more believable. The end is unpredictable and ironic. This is the kind of book that makes you excited for the author to write more.