It's basically a power fantasy for abusers/people on the sociopath spectrum. It's TERRIBLE as a game, as bad as Changing Breeds, but valuable as an insight into the minds of abusers. The head writer, Matt Mcfarland, actually was fired for sexually assaulting a young teenage girl, and based on this book he's one of the most obvious socios I've ever encountered.
The one good thing is that you can easily write up a homebrew with Beasts as antagonists and Heroes as player Hunters, or neutral/good supernaturals. The book railroads Heroes into being antagonists even though they're more or less correct about Beasts, and Beasts have no other weaknesses than Anathema. It's all part of the psychopath's power fantasy. Being able to get revenge on the people who protect them from their victims, and the narrative/universe itself agreeing with them that their victims deserve it and it's the anti-psychos that are in the wrong.
[1 of 5 Stars!]