Rosemary hasn't had another baby. Mr. Levin's new novel is as disappointingly lifeless as the life it projects in the universe of tomorrow under the omniscient surveillance of UniComp. It's a friction-free world where hate is the dirtiest four letter word, where sex is scheduled weekly and treatments programmed to minimize your aggression--and joy. Li, whose nameber is Li RM35M4419, inherits from his grandfather a certain independence of mind and begins to question: were not people happier and more alive in the pre-U World? Joining up with a few others, including Lilac with whom he falls in love, he escapes to Majorca (one of the places where the ""incurables"" are sent); and after multifarious experiences, has his confrontation with Wei--""Marx, Wood, Wei and Christ, All but Wei were sacrificed."" He finally realizes for what higher purposes he has been chosen. . . . The novel never proceeds beyond the givens established early on and assumes its takers on the basis of Mr. Levin's nameber. Uni-vacuous.