Okay, so I actually finished this book in April. I posted a sort of review on Goodreads, but had a hard time doing it without spoilers. Now it's been a while, and spoilers are no longer a problem for me. I can honestly say that this was the best Jane Yellowrock novel yet. After thinking about it for a while, I realized that what makes it the best, is the growth and development of the characters. Not just Jane, either. All of the people she interacts with are much more rounded characters than they were even one or two novels ago. And that is what I like, The more that the characters in a book or story 'feel' like real people, the better I like it.
I rated this book as five stars out of five