I received this book through a LibraryThing member giveaway in exchange for an honest review.
I found this story to be very interesting with an interesting premise about a national government run amuk. It is interesting and shows the human toil associated with a class based society where most work for the benefit of the elite few. The story clipped along briskly but then it ended - sort of. There is a second volume. I take exception when a prolific author writes a book then separates it into three small volumes yet charges as much for each volume as most indie authors charge for an entire book. I think the story is worth reading and the author deserves compensation for the effort. There are just so many other great indie authors with great books that I can choose to purchase. I can only read a finite number of books so I choose which books to read.