Molliemon is very good at writing excellent stories, and this is no exception. Just like in her other stories, Minato and Kushina are interesting characters who are consistent with Molliemon's other fanfics, and are clearly very much human
(as ironic as that is, considering the circumstances in the story). The minor O Cs
are interesting, consistent and many are recycled from her other stories.
Molliemon also gives us an open window into the inner workings of a character's thoughts, which she does brilliantly, allowing the reader to understand why they did what they did. It is also very much the characters and their interactions that drives the plot, and the reader is often left partially in the dark about things to keep it interesting. Molliemon keeps the reader in guessing (with plenty of hints, but nothing definite) about what
exactly Naruto is, among other things.
The exposition is also given in interesting, plot relevant ways of either a character thinking things over; two characters conversing and one of them revealing the information to the other; or a character going on with their daily routine, driving the plot forward while revealing things to the reader. The exposition flows quite nicely with the story, and the author avoids info-dumps rather well.