As a small press book in a series that was cancelled two books later with “disappointing” sales, The Albino’s Dancer hasn’t received a great number of reviews. This is very much the default position for new writing – you won’t sell many copies, and most of the people you sell to won’t be moved to tell the world what they thought of what you wrote.
The book currently has a 4 star rating on the LibraryThing website and 7/10 on the TARDIS library. It has been reviewed three times: by Richard McGinlay and Dan Tessier, who were both impressed by its clever-clever plotting and its cast of quirky, broken characters and by Sue Davies, who wasn’t.
Anecdotally, the book has always been well-received by my peer-group, but in writing you tend to gravitate to the peers who like similar things to you, so that isn’t always something that can be trusted.