Just finished this and really, really enjoyed reading it. Can't decide whether that was because I've been so busy that it's the first novel I've had the time to sit and read from start to finish in a couple of days for ages!
Those who loved Time Traveller's Wife will find the same lovely turn of phrase and level of insight into what makes human beings tick (at times really breathtaking), but I did find it harder to connect with the story. Whereas in TTW I got extremely involved in the characters and minded desperately what happened to them, I found it harder in this book. However, there was real originality (those who read in the front cover that it's a "ghost story" and are put off - don't be) and a couple of real surprises towards the end of the novel which had me squealing with delight that I hadn't seen them coming.
Would love to know what others think of it!