Before I bother to write all this, I just wanna say: Don't make any replies such as "Oh, it all depends on your ability as a writer and only you can make it work." no. I really just want some feedback on al of it, your honest opinion. Okay, so the story begins with the MC (if you can call him that, he sort of is and sort of isn't) saying he's about to kill himself. Then the story launches two hundred years earlier and explains how one family unleashed their family curse onto another family, which caused the affected person to fall deeply and madly in love with the other person, who would be thier ideal "true love". The curse would be passed down genetically and stuff, as well. Well, one ancestor passes the curse to another, and he doesn't take it seriously. Well, the story also says that the only way to end the curse is to timetravel backwards into time and end the curse from where it began. From there, the story is basically a recount of the two families and how they intertwine for the next two hundred years, and how they deal with this curse. Most have little knowledge of it; however, those who do usually either try to avoid its affects, try to avoid being affected at all, or try to discover the secret of time travel. The "MC" (Calvin) keeps appearing throughout the story, though it's not revealed until the last third of the story. He is the last of both family lines (two members had met and given birth to him). When both his mother and father die, he is given to his mother's sister who, along with her husband/brother, Thomas, raises him all while desiring a child with him, though it's an imposibility because of the incestuous inbreeding. Calvin grows up to be a lustful, sex-crazed person, but also an intelligent one, and also goes off to college. During a summer visit, he reunites with his cousin and best friend, Henry Austin, and they hang out. Well, Calvin is the one who disocvers the secret of timetravel, and, with Henry Austin, they travel back and forth in time, exploring their family's history and stuff. Well, Calvin ends up unwittingly sleeping with many of his ancestors and actually impregnates them, and eventually comes to learn that he is his own grandfather on so many levels. Discovering that it's actually impossible to end the curse, Calvin decides he must take his own life so that he doesn't mess up his genetic line and the lives of his ancestors any further. ...too farfetched? Too poorly explained?