The cyber-punk worldbuilding is fun but not overly complex, which is good for a story of this length, and the plot is self-contained and refrains from becoming overly messy or meta (as is easily possible when dealing with clones), though I would have liked a little bit more out of the ending. There were a few moments I had to suspend my disbelief, but I was willing to do so for a narrative like this that doesn't take itself too series. At the same time, I really enjoyed how some interesting questions were touched on, such as whether humans would ever be satisfied in a mostly risk-less utopia, or if it would just lead to depression and searching for more and more extremes.
The character-focused nature of the story mostly worked for me, with our main character struggling through a sort of identity crises while being forced to solve the mystery of her husband's death and seek revenge. Overall, if you're looking for a quick engrossing listen and don't mind extra sound effects in your audiobooks, I'd recommend giving this one a try!