I admit, the fact that Daveed Diggs was part of the group that wrote the track that inspired this novella was a big part of my initial urge to read it. But I'm glad that I did. The writing style feels a little ornate and clunky at times, but I adjusted to it about halfway through the preview. Yetu's dilemma is reminiscent of Jonas' dilemma from The Giver, but a greater emphasis is given to the mental health effects of carrying an entire society's memories. I'd love to see where this goes.