Considering how short this is, at a whooping 2 volumes, one would think that the story itself would not be all that complex. It's true that some things kind of move a little fast; however, it never leaves any stone unturned. Offered is filled with various twists and turns, most of which you did not expect to happen until it was right there in your face.
As with any Ryouichi Ikegami manga, the art is probably the selling point here. His style is the most realistic thing you'll ever find in the world of manga. Though some could bitch and moan about it being far
too sketchy, but you cannot fail to recognize how utterly amazing it is to capture people the way he does. In my experience though, his main characters always look strangely alike, haha.
This manga, as you'll find out is filled with sex, mostly rape too. So if that's a problem, you may want to avoid it. Also, the main villain in the story loves getting head in the oddest situations.
Offered was one of those mangas that just left me wishing there was more, but in the back of my mind knowing that more just would have ruined it with every extra chapter. It's just something that I found hard to let go of, though it's most likely because I'm a nerd for everything Gilgamesh.