It's funny that despite it being a dystopian novel, the fact that it is so is not what the story's really even about. It's just another example of how no matter what we're predestined for or the choices we make, we can truly adapt or accept almost anything, especially if people tell us it's normal.
This book made my chest feel very heavy by the end. It was just sad thinking about how these people were thought of, even though the characters in the story actually had a much better life than their counterparts. It makes you think about science and medicine and is scary how this doesn't seem as far fetched as it probably should.