What I like the most after reading the first six chapters, is the way the author builds up the characters and setting. You’re not just bombarded with a bunch of world-building. Instead, you naturally begin to understand the nature of the characters, and the things that haunt them. It’s like you can feel the pull of something greater story moving beneath the surface of the story, as if each chapter is pulling you deeper into this vast world that is both terrifying and endearing. I’m really looking forward to the coming chapters to see how the story evolves.
In addition to the story, the writing really pulls you in from the first paragraph. The imagery in the story is so vivid that you always understand perfectly what the characters are going through. Even the most abstract sensations are described in a way that makes it not only easy to understand, but is also incredibly beautiful to read.