Alright, this series is a lot better than I initially gave it credit for. Well, maybe it got better because it settled into the setting? The development in this one was nice. It was brutal, even visceral at times. The way the characterization is handled and the ideas Haimowitz evokes are balanced nicely within the setting and the characterization of the secondary and tertiary characters.And in a weird way, it was humanity-affirming. I felt more human because of the horror I had felt during some more intense parts.