What I Liked Least
The novel could use some heavy editing. There were some typos in the kindle version, but what annoyed me the most were that some of the descriptions were lacking, such as describing a girl as "large and pregnant," a city as "large and beautiful," or a room as "large...[like] his personality." There were also moments when the book would be taking place in one setting with one character, and all of a sudden it would jump to another setting with another character, without a warning or a decent transition. It wasn't bad enough to make me put down the novel, but as I said, it was rather annoying. Plus, the ending of the book seemed rushed to me, and everything was tied up too easily.
While there were some issues with the writing, I still found Citizen to be an entertaining read. The plot was interesting, and kept me reading until the very end, but I probably won't read it a second time. The price for the kindle version was also affordable - only $2.99. I'd say give it a try, if you're into science fiction or dystopian novels.