I expected Gothic mystery and beautiful art in fact it was only after seeing a persons art at the library that made me want to pick you up dear Godchild. In that I wasn't disappointed the artwork is stunning, the characters were fun, the plot and mysteries left to much to be desired however and afterword just left me very lost.
Imagine dear cain (or dear readers) that I were to hand you a manuscript and this manuscript was chapters three, four, and five, of a story but you didn't know that, you are given heavy plot dumping and are confused about the background workings of the characters. This is what Godchild feels like. Godchild gives you the characters and a page of paragraph to read about the backstory. By the time it comes into play you forget its even a thing in the story so by the end of it it just leaves a bad taste in your mouth. It has elements of being good but throwning in things that never happen on page makes for a mess. The mysteries while at times good were far to obvious or left much to be desired
My rating: 3 of 5
Godchild could have done better, I was looking for dark and I got dark but I just couldn't make sense of the characters relationships nor forgive the blanet obviousness of one mystery.