Very touching. The father-son relationship between Andy (Antietam V) and Tietam (Antietam IV) Brown is well developed in its weirdness, and young Andy's struggle with his acceptation issues is fascinating. A really, really good read!
The events were unjust, the violence sexually depraved and the characters extreme in their behaviour. The story meandered without apparent purpose and culminated in a bloodbath. I wasn't sure whether the author intended for me to feel empathy toward the protag, or to laugh at the awful abuse he endured. By midway through, I didn't much care either way....Continua