I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Before I start I’d like to say a big hello to all of my fellow original My Little Pony fans. I think part of the reason I liked this story so much is that this is what I kind of wished My Little Pony was when I was a kid. Not that I didn’t love My Little Ponies when I was a kid; a legion of plastic ponies, a little stable, a castle, sticker books, and yes some unfortunate clothing (cut me a break I was a kid in the 80’s) will say very differently. When Elspeth and I tried to watch one of the original movies as adults, I hate to admit it, but it was bad. Okay not just bad, but terrible. So bad I apologized to my parents sort of bad.The newer My Little Pony comics have a lot to appeal to the younger set. The colors are bright, and the artwork expressive and bold. The ponies are a nice mix of personalities, and temperaments. The importance placed on the value of friendship, loyalty, and being true to yourself are nice without feeling too much like heavy morality tales, or lectures. I also appreciated the little asides, and some of the humor that is aimed at the more adult set. Nothing offensive, but enough to gives adults who will probably have to read this more than once to an eager child or two something to smile about, or you know people without kids, like yours truly, who read for their own reasons. Darned good reasons let me tell you!Overall it was a fun, and enjoyable read. One that made me feel that The My Little Pony from my childhood was as enjoyable now as it was then. Feel grateful My Little Pony fans of today that there is a better chance that when you’re my age you will be able to look back on your childhood show and not cringe the way I do.