A great example of how a well-conceived setting does not guarantee a well-developed story. Love the setting here (about time we get a dystopian vision of liberatarianism--there's room for more), but the story itself is not memorable.
That said, it's a generic defect of the dystopia that the story often involves the Good Individual trying to self-emancipate from the Evil Society, with the only variation as whether the failure to self-emancipate is total or partial. It's gets a bit old hat after a while. So, it's not exactly the fault of this novel that it follows the well-worn dystopian path.
Recommended for good setting & good politics.