Finished it last night. I've got mixed feelings - on paper it's amazing, a mostly well-told story done as three genres with bold styling and some interesting characters, and it has lots of D&D stuff. I should love it, but I don't. I enjoyed it, I respect it, but it didn't connect with me. It's like when you read a joke and you think "that's funny" rather than laughing. I can't pinpoint anything particularly wrong with it except that a few of the characters were a bit tedious and flat (I'm looking at you, Distraught Mother and Troubled Teenage Son).
"This boy is depriving a village of an idiot."