As previously mentioned, there is a strong D&D feel to this adventure. Having said that, what fantasy game has not been influenced by "the most popular RPG in human history" (or something like that)? The hooks are there, the locations are good and the boss fight is par for the course. As it stands I would not be able to run it because there isn't enought to do.
The locations are pretty cool. With a little fleshing out they would make for some great encounters. The NPC's seem very rich and motivated, plus there is a political backstory which bears further investigation. I would recommend this for any experienced GM who is looking for a plot point adventure game.
I'm gratified that there is Genesys fan-content being made. I look forward to more from this author.
p.s. there is a thread on the FFG forums debating the legality of this adventure being published on dtrpg: https://-
Since it hasn't been pulled, all must be well.
[4 of 5 Stars!]