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Tion But slowly Alice comes to the realization that Janie might indeed be telling a strange truthAlice knows the investigation may endanger her already shaky professional reputation and as a woman in a field dominated by men she has no room for mistakes But she is unprepared for the ways it will illuminate terrifying mysteries within her own past and in the process irrevocably change her lif I have enjoyed some books by this author in the past but I don t think I will read any books by her I ve enjoyed her historical books that a slightly eerie and atmospheric vibe on the border of fantasy and this book seemed like it would be off to a good start It was so atmospheric and interesting and seemed like it would delve into some commentary about mental health in the 1920s with a feminist vibe I will say that compared to her other books the historical setting was sloppier The book felt modern with the historical mentions feeling like they were there to remind us that it was a historical read rather than to make it seem genuine I started to not like it around the time that it turned into a detective story It s hard to describe what happened exactly since I usually like historical mysteries but it was like this book was trying to do too much at once and it completely contradicted what it had tried to set up Then it just got absurd and just kept getting and absurd I started skimming it and laughed so hard at the end that I told my friend the plot twist and she said she couldn t take the book seriously based on that About sums it up Imagine an M Night Shyamalan level twist I wouldn t recommend this to anyone unless you want to laugh at a plot twist but at least it made me laugh too much to be truly pissed off

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Ow her views are about to be challenged by one curious childSeven year old Janie O’Daire is a mathematical genius which is surprising But what is disturbing are the stories she tells that her name was once Violet she grew up in Kansas decades earlier and she drowned at age nineteen Alice delves into these stories at first believing they’re no than the product of the girl’s vast imagina Very similar to Sharon Guskin s The Forgetting Timeor maybe The Forgetting Time is very similar to this one I don t know which one was written first I may take a few minutes later on to research it a bit Regardless Yesternight was an engaging mysterious and thrilling story about the idea of reincarnation Unfortunately because of my exposure to The Forgetting Time Yesternight was nothing I haven t read before but I very much enjoyed the mystery element and especially the twists and turns near the end It added a haunting feel to an already haunting thought Check it outMy favorite uote Sometimes traumatic memories like to keep the doors to their chambers wide open so that their victims never stop hearing seeing and sensing the horrors of their past The memories roared and clawed and sank sharp teeth into a person s brain As hard as the sufferer tried she could never slam the door shut without someone someone like a trained psychologist to help In fact shutting the door wasn t even the solution The memories themselves needed to be weakened tamed shrunken down to minuscule granules of dust that could no longer clamp down and destroy a person s life Other memories however preferred to hide behind closed doors with thick metal locks From behind the wood they snarled they growled they pounded their fists against the barrier and threatened to kick the door wide open to reveal their monstrous faces when their sufferers least wanted to see them And yet the remained a frustrating mystery Unconuerable until viewed and facedUpdate 123016 So I researched the publication dates and although The Forgetting Time was officially published first both publication dates are close enough to theorize that the authors were writing their books around the same time Unfortunately I could not locate any online interviews with Cat Winters to gain insight into her inspiration Although the main topics are eerily similar there are societal themes and historical factors that indeed set these two stories apart Both are lovely reads that I would recommendThe Forgetting Time Published February 2016Yesternight Published October 2016

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From the author of The Uninvited comes a haunting historical novel with a compelling mystery at its core In 1925 Alice Lind steps off a train in the rain soaked coastal hamlet of Gordon Bay Oregon There she expects to do nothing difficult than administer I tests to a group of rural schoolchildren A trained psychologist Alice believes mysteries of the mind can be unlocked scientifically but n Absolutely loved this book Cat Winters is becoming a solidly dependable author for me She s 22 in my book enjoyment so far I love how she sets her books during the post war timeframe and tackles issues such as PTSD soldiers attempting to integrate back to civilian life feminism spiritualism prewar vs postwar views on the roles of women and elements of the paranormal Though in this book she discusses reincarnation Absolutely fascinating I also love how she will keep you guessing on the plot throughout most of the book No plot is sacred and will change on a dime Stellar read

  • Kindle Edition
  • 384
  • Yesternight
  • Cat Winters
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
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10 thoughts on “Yesternight

  1. says:

    Just as haunting and eerie as the others yet despite enjoying myself not my favorite of her novelsAs usual Miss Winter's writing paints a vivid

  2. says:

    Miss Simpkin drew another long puff and blew smoke out of the right side of her mouth “Do you believe in past lives Miss Lind” 4 12 stars Goodness I just love Cat Winters Historical fiction set in Oregon my hometown myst

  3. says:

    Absolutely loved this book Cat Winters is becoming a solidly dependable author for me She's 22 in my book enjoyment so far I love how she sets her books during the post war timeframe and tackles issues such as PTSD soldie

  4. says:

    That ending shudders Review to come closer to release dateEdited to add reviewCat Winter's has uickly become one of my favorite authors when I want a good well written historical read with the touch of something other Yesternight does not disappointAlice is the type of girl Winters has become known for tough brave and not at all conventiona

  5. says:

    After reading The Uninvited a while back was I eager to read from Cat Winters and getting a chance to read Yesternight her new novel made me very happy So happy that I moved it up uickly in my TBR mountain The idea of the book sounded fantastic with a young woman Alice Lind arriving on a little coastal hamlet to test children's I And there she finds a mystery a child that may be a reincarnation of a woman that died some years be

  6. says:

    Very similar to Sharon Guskin's The Forgetting Timeor maybe The Forgetting Time is very similar to this one I don't know which one was written first I may take a few minutes later on to research it a bit Regardless Yesternight was an engaging mysterious and thrilling story about the idea of reincarnation Unfortunately because of my

  7. says:

    If anyone doubts me when I say that a dodgy ending can ruin an otherwise good book I’ll give them this book and let it proves its point I have no idea how to convey the extent to which I am crushed by this book’s ending It started so well F

  8. says:

    I have enjoyed some books by this author in the past but I don't think I will read any books by her I've enjoyed her historical books that a slightly eerie and atmospheric vibe on the border of fantasy and this book seemed like it would be off to a good start It was so atmospheric and interesting and seemed like it would

  9. says:

    This book was a fast read all the plot happens very uick and suddenly That's not a bad thing but the progression feels rushed at some points of the story This felt like a b rated horror story and I don't even know wether this was a horror book it felt like a suspense movie but i digress the story is about reincarnation and how much the main character is willing to risk her career her reputation her sanity to allow herself to see

  10. says:

    I almost didn’t read this book I’ve read all of Cat Winters’s novels and enjoyed them all for the most part Her other books hover around a 38 rating average but this one remained at a steady 35 which indicated to me that this likely wouldn’t be her strongest work Oddly enough this is my favorite of her novels by far Alice Lind is a trained psychologist attempting break into her male dominated field in the 1920s

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