New book on Amyraldianism and Limited Atonement

I've always found the Reformed reluctance to accept Limited Atonement odd. For people who are already happy to hold together the sovereign will of God with the moral responsibility of humanity, it seems really bizarre that they are unable to hold together the universal sufficiency of Christ's death but it's efficiency only for the elect. I just don't understand where the initial discomfort which makes this position appealing comes from.

Anyways, Mark Thompson, from Moore College reports on a new book on the topic (including a definition of Amyraldianism and Limited Atonement!).