A quick, spoiler-free review:
The plot takes a while to make itself known, and there are a lot of things that are hard to believe or unexplained, especially during the beginning. I don't know if there's more to it that got cut out, but the story feels flimsy at times. There are also some problems transitioning between drama and lightheartedness. Despite that, there are some less conventional things that happened that boosted my rating.
The art is consistently very well done for characters, objects, and locations. Very few things are unsatisfactorily drawn, and the illustrator clearly knows what they're doing.
The characters aren't as fleshed-out
as they should be, and a few important things seem to be missing, making several actions and changes seem forced. Despite that, the main cast are generally likeable, and I was able to follow along with less complaints after the first few chapters.
Enjoyment & Overall: 7
Despite the sometimes flimsy plot and characters, I generally enjoyed the story and character interactions, and the art held up when the rest didn't. I'd recommend this if you're looking for some fun fantasy slice-of-life you don't want to think a lot about.