Rayner accomplishes something that not enough writers do: Each character has his or her own distinct voice. Each person in the book could communicate the exact same piece of information, but each would do it with their own personal vocabulary of phrases. I love it. Why every writer doesn’t do this, I will never know. The characters, as a result, are all believable as people.
You can read the whole review at The Productive Cough, Goodreads or Amazon. Liz is one of the reviewers who responded to my open call on Twitter, and she shouldn’t feel badly about taking so long to write it; I understand how deadlines can go whooshing over one’s head!