I discovered the first few chapters of this book up for free on another site, and absolutely could not stop reading. Glynn James has a very conversational writing style, and the events of the story are incredibly intriguing. Nothing is ever what it seems. I'd also recommend the Dutch Doll story and Chasing Spirits. They're also excellent.
Given that you know at the beginning that the main character is dying, it starts out already being kind of sad. The story meandered a bit at first, but the pieces start really coming together in the second half of the book. It stays compelling the whole way through.
The tie-ins with Diary of the Displaced were also very welcome.