Absurd and Nonsense
First, of the 133 pages, 46 were blank.
The remainder were huge text with wide spacing as if the author was trying to fill up enough pages to make a "book". The first chapter was two pages of eating too much and everything tasting like pepper. Made zero sense. Also, had it been typed in a regular font with regular spacing, it would have taken up half a page.
Then the second chapter is the protagonist's obsession with pepper which made...you guessed it...zero sense. The whole book was about pepper. If there were a reason for it that made sense, it may have been...no, I can't think of a good reason why someone would fill 133...oops, I mean 87 pages (which really should be closer to 40 pages) of a book about pepper.
I've read books that I've given a low star rating to that had potential with a re-write and a good going through by an editor. This one doesn't fit that. There's no plot, no decent characters, no reason whatsoever why this book should be on the market for people to buy.