The characters are well-rounded, the history is detailed enough to feel fleshed and gradually revealed throughout the story in an organic way rather than a simple infodump, and the city where most of the action takes place seems a real place with its own rules and culture rather than a simple generic fantasy setting.
There are unfortunately some scenes in the ending that feel a bit rushed, but all in all it's pretty good.
My only annoyance: was there a real need to write BioChroma in camel case? It hurts my eyes, precioussss...
(Did I mention this novel is free? All the drafts have been released for download on the author's website, including the final version sent to print!)...Continua