This game is a little strange. Please remember that I have not read the book this is supposedly based on.
The voice acting is bad, overacting every second sentence.
The main character is absolutely hateful. He constantly makes you question what the F is wrong with him. Many times the dialogue seems out of place or character. For a man of the church the Eymerich seems very vulgar and angry all the time. Whether this was intended, taken from the book or just bad writing I can't say.
[Warning: slight puzzle spoiler coming now]
One scene rather disturbed me. You have to trap a squirrel. So you do, with a stone and stick. As an avid point&click gamer I could see where this was going.
Squashing the squirrel is one thing but making it twitch and look at you as it's clinging to its last seconds of life after your trap smashed down on it is just sick. I may be overreacting but heck, this is my review so live with it. Maybe this was in the book. Fine. This doesn't explain or excuse the trap scene though.
This, coming right after a scene where the squirrel is portrayed as nature's innocence personified, makes me wonder whether the writers of this game intended to make you hate Eymerich.
And there are other instances where dialogues seem to be designed to make you despise him or overly zealous people in general.
That aside, the graphics could use a little improvement regarding the characters, the scenes themselves look nice with the exception of the kitchen wall. Though sometimes objects are so well hidden (and cursor indicator barely recognisable as changing) that you can have a hard time finding what you're looking for.