The copy I have is a hardcover, and I'm kind of shocked by the quality of the paper used--I think I usually see better-quality paper, even in ARCs and paperbacks. Maybe if you buy a trade paperback the paper will be better. I feel like this is guaranteed to turn brown or yellowish over time. As it is, the paper has sort of a grey, pulpy look.
The book starts off with a page about the past story, bringing the reader up to date on things, sort of like a TV show.
I enjoyed the characters and the lively dialogue, which keep the book zipping and humming along.
This is another book that would make a great TV show or movie, and shows the author talent and experience in creating characters and action.
I very much like our heroine Dolly Rawlins.