Surprisingly large and chunky. There's quite a bit of content here, and some interesting puzzles (without too much bad puzzle logic). On the other hand, the linear paths and dependency on single specific people is occasionally frustrating. Thankfully, there's a guide.
Overall, I liked and enjoyed the adventure.
Just gave this game a quick run-through and thought I'd post some quick thoughts.
As the author stated, it is bare-bones at the moment, though there is still more content than many early-days games on this site. Grammar and spelling, common problem areas, were good (apart from one cringe-inducing "you're" that should be "your").
The author mentioned A Spell for All as an inspiration, and the content thus far reflects a similar agency; the player's avatar does things rather than having things done to them. If that's your thing, I'd recommend keeping an eye on this game for further developments.
His a mall review:
The creator made a open town with linear story not good for players (canot play without step by step help page)