There is no moral to this story, and no sympathy in it. The theme is empty, and the content is immoral but unambiguous, keeping it neutral. The stories are direct, in disregarding beliefs. They represent the world of nature, being narrated through the eyes of two main characters. There is no savior, no beauty, and no hope, and no negativity about the absence of these.
Moralistic conclusions are nonexistent in this work, which makes it dispassionate. It's indifferent, and trying to tell a story about it.
About beings of nature, however the methods are disconnected.
Showing how they're enjoying themselves.
Two children who cause and witness horrors which they tend to be entertained by.
It's a collection of stories about morals, death and existence.