The Line of Polity is the second novel in Neal Asher’s Cormac series, following on from events in Gridlinked. I read Gridlinked quite a while back and enjoyed it and I’ve also read plenty of other works by Asher that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed. I picked up the complete series some time ago but, for some reason that eludes me at present, never got around to reading the sequels. Well, despite the long gap between reading the first and second I jumped straight in wondering what exactly I’d be getting here – and boy did it not disappoint!
Visiting Masada again for me was a bit like coming home and I got to enjoy some of the characters from previous books (You can read my review of them, links are below. The Line of the Polity is the one with most Masada in it).