Aha! Finally! It is complete! Not much else to say other than I had a lot of poo to shovel through this week, but worry not citizens, I am here!
I think you do very well with pacing. Your story beats are very well structured and the characters seem to fit very well with their setting. Your chapters start off nicely and end off nicely, which is a very good thing. The pacing also shows well with your sentences. They're very simple and to the point without being too awkward and they fit together well in the paragraphs. All rambling aside, I think you're doing just fine with your pacing so keep that up.
I've only read a couple of the memory logs, but from what I've read, they're pretty interesting and add to the story experience as well as a good break from the main focus. Though, I would advise you to be careful with how you place them. As of now, they seem fun, cool and mysterious, but adding too much or too little can make the story seem fairly awkward in some cases. It's a great idea, just be mindful of where you place it.
As for anticipation, I'd say there's enough of it to keep me reading for a while, but it's not exactly thrilling. The story is well laid out, but it feels like it could get lost at some point, if that makes sense. Try experimenting with your characters and settings and try to find something that might make the story more exciting at some point. And that doesn't always mean you have to do something like "Wow AMAZING" or "Boom! SHOCK", it just means you might want to change up your writing and story a little further down the road so readers don't lose interest.
Overall thoughts: So, far you have a well made and organized story and I did enjoy what I read of it, so keep going at it! I would mainly work on your editing and word choice. One thing that I like to do with any of my writing is to ave it read aloud. It may seem awkward at first, but the writing really makes itself apparent when you hear it yourself. You can either read aloud yourself, have someone else do it, OR (my personal favorite because I love hearing my computer read my own story to me) is to have Rob the Robot (mai best frend...) do it. You can just copy and paste a section of your story into a read aloud site and even that can help your editing and writing improve. I'll leave a link to one if you want to try.
Overall, awesome job! Keep doin it!