rough in the sense that shit got dark fast and it got out of control and they couldn't do nothing about it.
the guy really gave us a perspective on a dangerous depression, anxiety, stress and other things taking a toll on the mind and heart of a kid that didn't deserve to pass through that crap, especially alone.
it didn't make me tear up but goddamn it was hard to read.
and talking about the emotions I felt through it was: sadness, pity and feelings that made you contemplate about your life and others...but there was a feeling that was predominant by far above all of them...and that feeling was a morbid curiosity and interest.
it is really interesting to see such a detailed scenario on characters like this.
the development and plot surely where good, excellent I dare to say.
I really enjoyed reading this, I especially liked the emotional pain the loud family was subjected to, the actions taking their toll on the mind of a pure hearted boy and force him to nearly suceed in killing himself is amazing and the reaction of the sisters too, they were my favourite, I could practically hear them in my mind as they cried in guilt for doing this to their own flesh and blood, paying for their selfishness and stupidity was a great come back.
have you ever felt that morbid curiosity to experiment how certain characters would react to certain things?.
I do and sadly I can't get enough of it, it's way too FUN to stop it, I just have to see it, all possible scenarios and timelines from this series and later experiment on them.
quite cruel isn't it?