It took me a few months, and the last 60% at least was just these past less-than-thirty days.
Much of the story is ruined by how... I don't know how to describe it other than "cringey": Littlepip's relationship with Homage. These are two ponies who barely know each other and suddenly Homage just throws herself at the Stable Dweller just so the protagonist can have a love interest. I feel absolutely nothing for their incredibly-shittily-written relationship. I detest Littlepip everytime she annoyingly narrates everytime she has a "pervy" thought on her hair-trigger.
There's other criticisms that I have, and I did get one aspect of the above complaint spoiled for me before that character was introduced I saw a brief glimpse of fanart depicting Littlepip snuggling with a grey mare with a blue mane.
The first 500 or 600 pages were pretty fantastic and gave me Game of Thrones vibes, but in a first-person perspective, so maybe more like a smaller-in-scope (Than Game of Thrones) character drama in a gritty setting, like how I imagine The Walking Dead might be like.
But then... when I have to read ...those... parts, the writing just gets cringier and cringier at those moments.
That being said, I had already fancasted voice actors for a TV series and made a little instrumental theme in my head for it to go with an ambient one-to-two-minute opening theme that would start at every episode.
So, yeah, it could be a way better series if it was heavily adapted.