On my second decision, I thought the game was glitching because the protagonist has placed the will somewhere, and then was led to place it elsewhere. It doesn't make logical sense. I gave up and destroyed it, which I assumed meant I lost the game (since I'd been told there was one "right" ending).
I'd recommend altering the text a bit so it looks more like indecision instead of a technical problem... and I felt annoyed and tricked when I discovered that the game was intentionally pointless.
But the writing and characterisation was really, really good.