The majority of the review is a summation of the plot, so I'll spare you all that. But there isn't a single "but" in the entire review (always a relief).
My editor highlighted the last part of the review:
It is a testament to the author's skills that This World We Live In can be read as a stand-alone novel. In fact, new readers might not even realize that the earlier titles exist. Fans of Miranda and Alex, however, will keep this installment flying off the shelves, and the ambiguous ending will make them clamor for a fourth book.
All right. All you fans of Miranda and Alex can go clamor away. I, on the other hand, had best go back to writing Blood Wounds. Or at least doing some essential dawdling!