The Naric alphabet is written in a syllable block style, similar to that of Korean Hangul. Almost every syllable will contain an initial consonant and medial vowel attached to the consonant; some will contain a final consonant as well. Special initial forms for vowels are also used if a syllable begins with a vowel.
Conceptually this script is exactly what it should be, clever, well developed, and clearly inspired. However, presentation seems to be less than wonderful. My guess is that the author has a massively active imagination and creative energy, but not a scanner or proper imaging software. No matter, the potential for greatness is here.
I give this script a 4×3 for functionality and aesthetics.