I read an ebook recently that had plot holes the size of offshore oil rigs.
1. Everyone in the U.S. has a morality rating that determines whether they're worth anything. Yet no one knows how they're assigned or questions why morality is suddenly assessable or what it has to do with your right to food.
2. Protagonist has a really high score, supposedly, and she buys into the idea that she's actually superior (mainly intellectually and physically) to everyone around her, and that she should be part of the morality police. Which apparently involves tasks ranging from going undercover with no idea of what your mission is, eating better food, breaking up fights in the street, raiding homes for valuables, doing things with dead people and not knowing how to be friendly or interesting yet having men fall at your feet. Et cetera.
3. BUT there is never an explanation of what morals they supposedly value; the main character seems completely mean and anti-intellectual yet is supposedly really deep (one of those "show me, don't tell me!" issues) and super brilliant at English (and also combat).
4. There's supposedly a lot of vital fighting going on but the supposedly important people spend their time raiding farms and checking out abandoned farms, or going to really bad parties where they eat crummy food and pretend it's fancy.
5. People are being used for their reproductive organs and/or their meat and/or as fuel. None of the "moral" folks has a problem with that beyond the most minimal "Oh, really?" curiosity.
6. The whole thing is supposedly caused by war for oil and is supposed to be some kind of warning about oil dependence, but their day-to-day problems have nothing to do with that.
7. All sorts of people show up, say something portentous or do something wild but then nothing comes of it. And oh boy, the gratuitous icky stuff.
I think it's *supposed* to be showing us that the character grows up and sees what's really wrong with society, but ... she doesn't really grow up or do anything to save much. And she's still really, really, boring at the end. And the whole blood-for-oil thing is a backdrop rather than any sort of concern of the characters, or something they can do anything about.
Also, many characters' names are bad puns, and every character including the protagonist is flat as a pancake. And boy does she need an editor. (I can share the title via PM if that actually makes you curious, but for silly reasons I don't want to put it on here.)