I won't rate it, because I'm beta-reading an extended version, that's at least six times longer than the original version on AO.
The primary edition ends at 71% of the second rough cut. And the work is still in progress.
The author is an ingenious inventor of a new genre - a horror of a totally new dimension- that you won't come across in your books. Never. And if you will, then only because someone tries to copy his writing style. For that alone and for his unique imagination(that blows all your boundaries) he deserves a full stars rating.
But it is a heavy stuff, guys... Considered yourselves being warned...
In one sentence:
His writing is heavenly divine, but it eulogizes darkness.
Sometimes I think that George R. R. Martin has stolen this idea from 19.