This piece. Oh, dang, this piece.This is quite the epic. It's complex and actually quite dense, especially compared to some of the other m/m stuff out there. I couldn't necessarily say this is straight m/m, although it does feature a m/m romance of sorts.It's a really interesting character study and touches elegantly and adroitly upon themes that are quite timeless.My one complaint against its crafting is how easily everyone seemed to accept the main couple as a couple, given the setting. Also, Andrewe is a really weird name for someone who's supposed to be English. It's got almost a bit of pseudo-French flair to it.Yeah. That's about it.