I did, at least when it was storytimed once on /co/.
The battles were awesome, the concept unsettling, and the politics involved crazy and interesting. I'm still not too sure of Hippolatta's problem, and why they couldn't just talk it out instead of punching each other, and why Batman didn't just stop Circe when she was weak, nor did I like the stupid ending with Granny Goodness, and the mindless killing over all people and not just men by the Amazons was a little stupid, most of the Amazons were kind of out of character, and Athena's moral lesson at the end was convoluted and unrealistic considering she's the Goddess of Wisdom, even if the point of it was to show the Greek Gods' propensity to play games with the mortals while sitting on moral high-horses and their complete disconnect with the mortal realm, and Supergirl and Wondergirl's reluctant and half-hearted act of naive treason was brain-dead writing; otherwise, I honestly think it was pretty good.
I didn't think I'd list a lot of weird things wrong with it, but overall I think the sets were good, the concept great, and the story thoroughly enjoyable. I don't know why people give it so much hate.
My list was unintentional. I genuinely believe it's a pretty good story. Why do people hate it so much? It's not perfect, but neither is anything Alan Moore writes.