Okay, this is definitely a YA book because even if we have characters in their early 20s (I'm not sure if we were told their ages), they definitely act and think like teenagers. "What is my place in the world? Why is everyone against me?" Etc.
But the creation of the mythology of the future clone race is pretty interesting, and the way they develop or unravel.
The best part of the book is the last fourth or fifth of it when our hero and his antagonists have various plot developments which will bring some finality to the whole situation.
There are some situations where it definitely feels like a TV show or movie, where a villain will take out time from his nefarious doings to talk and to chat rather than just doing whatever wicked thing he means to do.