Clone soldiers, but they are neurotic dogs. Much strong, very brotherhood, wow. Consistent, and if you like MilSF, possibly interesting? I’d usually resist the urge to say “Furry MilSF”, but the author, and I quote, is “a member of the furry fandom”, so I feel somewhat justified. Not a ton of depth, but not nothing – the country they invade when they are mobbed out of Fantasy Violence Football turns out to be way more complex than they thought, and the post-capitalist lawyer wrangling was funny. Not sure about the neurotic relationship stuff, but ehh. It’s fine.
This book is part of the 2022 Backlog Incident.