Some interesting concepts being played with, and good character interactions, but overall a bit flat. The stories all seem to assume modern USAn-esque nuclear-family structures as the norm, and the clone stories are variants of that. They're good stories--just not particularly mind-expanding.
I'd recommend this to people who haven't read much science fiction but would like to try some, but don't want to be overwhelmed by a genre laden with complex tropes.
Enjoyable to read; I just kept waiting for the weird scifi to kick in, and it didn't. Instead, these are somewhat like stories that modern-day TV shows involving clones might be.
(review of free book)