I haven't seen it in the other comments, but there appears to be an error with the scale on at least 1 map:
As far as the content, I found the back story somewhat weak, particularly coming from Monte Cook, but the players seem to be enjoying it so far and that's the real test. It remains to be seen if they'll still be as pleased with the resolution.
I have to say I was pretty disappointed with this one. The production values live up to the usual Paizo standard, but for a Monte Cook adventure, this was a bit of a letdown. Doesn't make me want to run it, doesn't make me want to play it - YMMV. To me, the background story is contrived, the encounters feel tacked on to the 'visuals' and the story hook is a weak one at best. I know my players would not have jumped through hoops to experience this story, and I suspect I am not alone in this.
I'd rate this one 0.5 out of 5, which in my opinion would make it the worst Paizo product to have come out so far. This may sound harsh, but it really does not hold a candle to several other PF modules already published.
I completely agree with you. My review is a bit harsh but fair, I think.
The only thing I will use out of this module are the travel encounters by placing them into other adventures when I need to.