Just to preface, I'm pretty to the point and harsh in my criticism. I'm not doing it to be rude, it's just how I critique. I do want to start with saying the concept is interesting and has potential to have a lot more depth.
Right off the bat, the framing device of the small child in a shack. Get rid of it or make it more meaningful. It's so vague and uninteresting. If you want to keep the characters a mystery, that's fine, but you can add more to the context of a story while still maintaining the anonymity of your characters.
I'm just going to make the assumption that English isn't your first language based on how your grammar is. You change tenses between sentences and even within the same sentence. Incorrect singular and plural versions of words are used. Some words have been spelled incorrectly, making it very hard to understand exactly what you're trying to say. There are run on sentences everywhere. These are things that can be picked up on in the proofreading portion on editing. Put your text into a proofreading program or have a native speaker read it out for you if you can.
The unfortunate but somewhat necessary information dump at the start is so boring. It's all information, there's no intrigue. We don't know who the characters are, just that the mother is a historian. And while that explains why she telling her daughter all this information, it doesn't explain why we as the reader have to hear all of it. Some of it should be left as a mystery for later. Some of it should be shown not told.
Overall, the way things are told are so far holding the book back from being interesting. I only read the first episode and skimmed some of the rest. And from that, it seems like the writing stays the same throughout. Consider hiring an editor or having a native speaking friend read over drafts. That's all from me and good luck.