This is one of the more unique giantess interactive stories available to add to, focusing on young girls that may not necessarily handle their changes well compared to a teen or adult. Naturally, this makes what can be done with them somewhat limited, but I feel its more hindered by the rather intimidating list of rules. Perhaps they could be condensed to make it seem less daunting to add without necessarily sacrificing what the owner desires to see?
Regardless, this is a unique and interesting gem to check out, especially if you're into detailed growth with more unique personalities. I believe I've found a personal favorite in Olivia.
Very nice story. Nearly everyone has gone through a similar thing like this before, disliking something they used to like because someone else isn't into it. Of course as this story informs, what we like and don't like define who we are, and we shouldn't let ourselves be worried about what others think about us because of it. True relationships will easily see past individual tastes and care about one another regardless of them, provided that they're not harmful.
I'm also intrigued that the protagonist is gay. I don't think this sort of character is seen all too often, and it's a real treat to see him not be portrayed as a stereotypical gay person. Props there! About all I can say for tips for improvement would be to just keep up with the good work.
Very enthralling story, although I wonder if it was a bit too early in the story for Ethan to join his brother? It could have led to some interesting conflict later between the two brothers. Also, since you've explained a bit on what an Anatra and a Sontid are, it would be helpful to the reader if you explained what a Trismos is. I know that this story is incomplete as of this review, but it would be helpful nonetheless near the beginning.
Please keep this story going! I look forward to reading more of it!
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