The tale is fairly short and barely rises to the term novella, even if it is a stand-alone book.
The story advances very simply, with the precognitive Lady having the intelligence and resources to see her village through hard times. Meanwhile, the villagers don't seem very capable of taking care of themselves, nor of organizing, which annoyed me to no end.
There's nothing wrong with the tale, but nothing noteworthy either. It's a safe read, if a bit shallow.