Here we have Cam, who’s basically a someone who was built from unwinds, all of it from talented parts. I rather liked that part, where it showed about the possibility and how it comes to life. And how he’s eventually affecting is something I’m more or less wanting to know and to find out.
As for Connor, I really enjoyed reading him. How he becomes mature by choosing the better choices to save, even if it’s not right, but really, he’s just doing the best he can for them. And to prevent the greatest losses. And that how he had to change to become a pretty capable leader, I rather believed him and his principles.
As for the entire society, although it has lessened, the rules having a six month period to decide before they could really unwound their child. I rather liked how it showed the two sides, the benefits and consequences.
As for Risa, she may still be on wheelchair but I definitely like her, as for her eventual acceptance of a spine being part of deal to protect the Graveyard from being found out. But the best I think was at the end, when she chose to really talk about it since the Graveyard was raided anyway, and the actual truth concerning it.
And Lev, he grew even more here. Where he ends up and tries to push off the status of being a idolized figure and instead choose to help in his own way and not to become perfect.
Overall, this is a sequel that is affected by the previous books and even more on it. As for the worldbuilding here is really really expanded here.