The site hasn't been updated in over a year but most of the stories are complete.
It did sound like it might make an interesting story, but as far as I can see, there are dozens of stories there and your quoted blurb is a general baseline on which all follow up stories are to be based on. I randomly selected a story to check it out, which ended up being "Synergy" for me. Right at the start it tells me that the story is not complete but if I wanted to read it in full I may find and order/buy/whatever the story as a PDF and/or hardcover. Where I might do that wasn't exactly mentioned there. Just that its 40$ for the hardcover and 10$ for the eBook. Just looking at the eBook pricing is already shocking since even the biggest, professionally published book on amazon goes for perhaps half that. And I mean professionally in terms of bestselling author published by an established company which went through extensive editing, formatting, cover design and whatnot.
I'd rather have either a full story or one thats still updated regularly on a blog, publishing site like storiesonline.com or perhaps one like amazon... or even amazon itself, seeing as that seems to be the place to go for self publishing nowadays.
So, I wouldn't recommend that page there, might lead to frustrated "where's the rest?!"-moods.
The reason I quoted the blurb for the universe is because the person I was responding to asked for something similar to the universe he named, he didn't pick a story but named a shared universe:
Metamor Keep (MK) is a fantasy story universe dealing with complex plots, characters, and social issues that allow writers to explore the depths of their creations beyond the mere surface flash that makes a Hero a Hero and a Villain truly vile. With over 450 stories by a plethora of authors from all ranks, MK has attracted a dedicated following over the years.
Twisted by an unbreakable curse, the inhabitants of Metamor comprise a very strange and eclectic amalgam of half-animal people, women who were once men and vice-versa, and children who are anything but. Through these complications they still must continue their lives, learning how to cope with the changes that affected their bodies but (in most cases) did not touch their minds. Unsurprisingly, they are left confused about who they are, who they were, and who they want to be.
Now if you do not want to read all the other works on the MORF's site that is on you, but realize you did pick the one author and one of the stories it does say on the main page was made into a book that the author was trying to cafe publish. However here is the direct link to the first story in the MORF's universe by the founding author:
"It's 2043, and besides all the normal stresses, teens are now faced with the possibility of many strange changes induced by the MORFS virus. Follow Jason Miller as he goes through his MORFS, tries to adapt, and learns about some strange new powers. This is the first story in the MORFS Universe." Categories: M2H, HYB, EL
M2H stands for Male to Hermaphrodite, HYB stands for Hybrid animal and human, EL stands for Electrical based powers.
Also a lot of the older stories are on SOL under the MORF's universe tag, however not all are (The ones by the founding author Britany McMaster were pulled because she started her own site) and some of the stories that are incomplete on SOL are complete on the MORF's site (or were as in the Synergy series before the author pulled them):http://storiesonline.net/universe/337/morfs