This is a story about Felix who finds out his father has sold him out before he was born. Experience his adventures with the mysterious woman who made the deal with his father and witness his struggles as he learns about the truth of the world.
Some people are a tad sensitive, but whatever. I'm put off by another aspect entirely. What kind of person trades their child's life for their parent's? It's bizarre to the point of being incomprehensible. So that really threw off my ability to engage with the rest of the story. Which isn't to say I didn't get anything out of the rest of it. I actually liked it a lot overall. It was definitely worth reading and exploring.
Author is childish and can't keep his own personal believes out of his work. There is however a well written story under all of it so if you can ignore that go ahead and give it a try.
As others already said, very preachy. Nor really something I'd call a game. Maybe there is one in there, but if so, it takes too long to reach.
I've read through page after page waiting for my input to be required and the story to get better. I have now given up.
The characters are shallow, the story unimaginative and the premise nothing special.
Good gods... The preachyness of vegetarism is so evident and forced, it's pathetic.
The game, trying to convince us... I mean ''totally the character''... that it's meat that caused his cancer, that it's HIS fault he got cancer *because* he chose to eat meat, that it's all HIS fault he has cancer... The ''way of thinking'' crammed into this game is repulsive.
Blatent militant vegetarianism preaching notwithstanding in between the hideously bad grammer is a very well written and interesting story that had me hooked from beginning to end.
Oh and about the veggie angle, i would like to point out that the only reason our species' brains evolved the way they did was due to our gradual switch to a more meat centred diet, the sudden increase in nutrician enabled us to spend less time feeding (like cows and other apes have to do in the present day) and more time developing things like language and culture and larger social groupings.
Without a larger focus on meat we would still be semi-bipedal apes hanging around in africa.