First off, read the first book (Daemon). Otherwise FreedomTM won't make much sense to you.
- The main global idea is interesting enough. The book makes you question the current economic system without being too... pushy about it. It makes you think, which is always a good thing about books in general.
- Interesting technological concepts, but a tad too far fetched (sci-fi?).
- Main vilain (the Major) is all evil (I liked that for some reason).
- Way too many characters ruin pacing.
- Chapters don't seem to flow from one to another. The story limps.
- Sobol is hardly spoken of, even though he made the Daemon.
- While we get to understand most protagonists, we don't feel too much empathy for them (always a bad thing).
- Daemon was a page turner, this one is not. Read it if you liked the first one and want to experience the finale.