There are depths and layers and it's a sort of culmination of all the issues we face today, presented in exact strokes, except the story Gay Top Bear I like 1 set in a distant future on an Earth-like planet. And all in a twisty spy novel with layers and layers of loyalties and betrayal.
I think the culture lacked a little. I want to start off by saying that despite all the flaws this book has, I did enjoy it. There are many lectures inserted in between dialogue Gay Top Bear I like 1 action, explaining all of the ins and outs and heirarchy of the werepanther societies, and I found it extremely boring and unappealing.
If you're looking for cultural echoes of our own struggles across planetary divides, with even starker lines drawn, this is the one. I think I can argue that the central theme being explored in the book is freedom: who has it, what they pay for it, and who is denied it.
He reminded me of Fozzy from the Muppets in some cases.