A good, if complicated, story with a cast of thousands, which at times took some following. I was uncomfortable with the amount of formatting, spelling, grammar and typing errors, and many times there were sentences with more than one tense in the same sentence, but you just have to stick with it. You need stickability to concentrate your way through it, but the effort is repaid in the end. A six hour time line takes controlling in such a long story and as most of it is told in flashback you have to keep your wits about you. A lot of the characters remembered and tried to tell their whole life story in the midst of whatever action they were involved in, which at times was disconcerting.
Mira's style is distinctive, full of telling details and well turned phrases, and repays the close attention needed. Yes, I like her style.
Now I'm off to download another one of hers, so that should tell you what you need to know.