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Download ↠ Yesternight 105 S to a group of rural schoolchildren A trained psychologist Alice believes mysteries of the mind can be unlocked scientifically but now 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 bel. 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 before But could this really be the truth And why does this spark a feeling of familiarity in Alice LindI think this book started off great I loved the idea of a little girl that could be the reincarnation of a woman that died years ago And I was curious to see how it all would turn out Would Alice find out the truth and also would she herself find out what really sparked an event from when she was a child and hurt some other childrenAs much as I enjoyed reading this book did it not engross me as much as The Uninvited had done Somewhere along the way the story just turned in a direction I was not nearly interested in reading about as the mystery with the little girl Janie O Daire and the uestion of reincarnation One can say that when the story took the turn and I found out what Yesternight meant was the turning point to where I found the book didn t interest me as much as it had before However it was still good it just felt like the whole Janie O Daire story was dropped and suddenly it was all about Alice Lind and her memories And I just didn t find that as intriguing to read about The ending was interesting but I can t help feeling that it was a bit obvious in a way and I also felt that I never really got a good closer to the Janie O Daire mystery I mean what happened next with her I was curious to find out about her and what would happen next for her than Alice Lind s problem But I guess that s just me So this was not as good as the Uninvited But still a pretty interesting book I want to thank William Morrow for providing me with a free copy for an honest review Perky 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 bel. 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 Rayleigh Through Time 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 Biggles Flies East years before But could this really be the truth And why does this spark a feeling of familiarity in Alice LindI think this book started off great I loved the idea of a little girl that could be the reincarnation of a woman that died Letters to Chloe years ago And I was curious to see how it all would turn out Would Alice find out the truth and also would she herself find out what really sparked an event from when she was a child and hurt some other childrenAs much as I enjoyed reading this book did it not engross me as much as The Uninvited had done Somewhere along the way the story just turned in a direction I was not nearly interested in reading about as the mystery with the little girl Janie O Daire and the uestion of reincarnation One can say that when the story took the turn and I found out what Yesternight meant was the turning point to where I found the book didn t interest me as much as it had before However it was still good it just felt like the whole Janie O Daire story was dropped and suddenly it was all about Alice Lind and her memories And I just didn t find that as intriguing to read about The ending was interesting but I can t help feeling that it was a bit obvious in a way and I also felt that I never really got a good closer to the Janie O Daire mystery I mean what happened next with her I was curious to find out about her and what would happen next for her than Alice Lind s problem But I guess that s just me So this was not as good as the Uninvited But still a pretty interesting book I want to thank William Morrow for providing me with a free copy for an honest review

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Download ↠ Yesternight 105 From the author of The Uninvited comes a haunting historical novel with a compelling mystery at its core  A young child psychologist steps off a train her destination a foggy seaside town There she begins a journey causing her to uestion everything she believes about life death memories and reincarnationIn 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 test. 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 mysteries and elements of the paranormal It s like she custom wrote a book just for meEach of her books so far have been right up my alley and Yesternight was no exception If anything with each new book she releases her writing only gets better and better And it s about time people started taking notice of herCat Winters has published not just one but two amazing books in 2016 I was floored by The Steep Thorny Way that came out earlier this year following a girl trying to solve her father s murder Yesternight is another mystery of sorts but it takes Winters usual ghostly paranormal plots to another level and focuses on reincarnationAlice Lind is a young psychologist struggling to make it in a field that during the 1920s was largely dominated by men A lot of people won t even take her seriously once they realize she is female When Alice comes to Gordon Bay to administer I tests to school children one child captures her interest Seven year old Janie O Daire claims she was Violet Sunday in a past life and lived in Kansas before her violent deathThe atmosphere in this book was the perfect amount of creepy full of rainy Oregon nights and Alice s befuddlement as she a believer of science wondered Could reincarnation be real Her uestions spiraled her into a dark place as she remembered events of her past Soon she was too caught up in the O Daire mystery to escapeI love how Winters books can be read by both adults and teens Her young adult novels don t hold any of the usual overdone themes found in the genre and her adult books like this one and The Uninvited are light on adult content with only a bit language and sexual content so they can also be read by younger readersA hint of romance an abundance of suspense and delicious historical details Yesternight couldn t have been perfect I know I went to bed the night I finished it with shivers up my spine and a lingering sense of dread A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi young child psychologist steps off a train her destination a foggy seaside town There she begins a journey causing her to uestion everything she believes about life death memories and reincarnationIn 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 test. Miss Simpkin drew another long puff and blew smoke out of the right side of her mouth Do Pleins feux sur le tutu you believe in past lives Miss Lind 4 12 stars Goodness I just love Cat Winters Historical fiction set in Oregon my hometown mysteries and elements of the paranormal It s like she custom wrote a book just for meEach of her books so far have been right up my alley and Yesternight was no exception If anything with each new book she releases her writing only gets better and better And it s about time people started taking notice of herCat Winters has published not just one but two amazing books in 2016 I was floored by The Steep Thorny Way that came out earlier this Bogwoppit year following a girl trying to solve her father s murder Yesternight is another mystery of sorts but it takes Winters usual ghostly paranormal plots to another level and focuses on reincarnationAlice Lind is a Middle School The Worst Years of My Life young psychologist struggling to make it in a field that during the 1920s was largely dominated by men A lot of people won t even take her seriously once they realize she is female When Alice comes to Gordon Bay to administer I tests to school children one child captures her interest Seven The Day Louis Got Eaten year old Janie O Daire claims she was Violet Sunday in a past life and lived in Kansas before her violent deathThe atmosphere in this book was the perfect amount of creepy full of rainy Oregon nights and Alice s befuddlement as she a believer of science wondered Could reincarnation be real Her uestions spiraled her into a dark place as she remembered events of her past Soon she was too caught up in the O Daire mystery to escapeI love how Winters books can be read by both adults and teens Her Measuring Time young adult novels don t hold any of the usual overdone themes found in the genre and her adult books like this one and The Uninvited are light on adult content with only a bit language and sexual content so they can also be read by Jerusalem younger readersA hint of romance an abundance of suspense and delicious historical details Yesternight couldn t have been perfect I know I went to bed the night I finished it with shivers up my spine and a lingering sense of dread

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Download ↠ Yesternight 105 Ieving they’re no than the product of the girl’s vast imagination  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 life. 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 From the very first page I was drawn in by the writing style The deliciously gloomy atmosphere was so palpable you could feel the stormy weather seeping off the pages It gave me the chills Normally I would mock a movie that relied on conveniently timed rainstorms to create tension but Winters She knew how to weave the weather into the story without it being too purposefulI became uickly attached to our main character Alice Lind and her struggle to gain acceptance in the male dominated field of psychology It was really interesting to see how the story focused on the general public s apprehension toward psychologists and the idea of therapy I was rooting for Alice as she faced down all the obstacles that came in the way of her dream job How was I meant to resist such a feminist story but that s when things started going downhillJanie a seven year old mathematical genius is introduced in the opening chapters Alice is sent to help Janie s teacher extend her schooling but it turns out there s a lot to the story Since the age of two Janie has been speaking about her before life She claims to have chosen to be born again that she is a reincarnation of a drowning victim named Violet Sunday Creepy right You would think this story would go one of two ways from here either the gloomy atmospheric writing style was setting us up for one hell of a horror story or it was going to keep its psychology theme and explore the treatment of mental illness in the 1920s Unfortunately it went neither of those two ways and that s where all of my problems stem from Yesternight s storyline became a detective story instead Alice investigated the possibility of Violet Sunday being a real person not a figment of Janie s imagination I wish I could sum up how unnatural this turn of events felt within the story You know how nails on a blackboard make you feel edgy and uncomfortable It was kind of like that There was no consistency and it was so boringThe last uarter of the book was icing on the cake It was so weird and unnecessary Alice made decisions that seemed to go against her core personality and the whole thing had a distinctive lack of realism and logic The epilogue did nothing but infuriate me You know when you get so angry that you actually get physically sick to the stomach That Yeah that s what happened to me I was so darn furious I hate when stories do things like that and it it honestly made me Hulk rageAfter finishing the book and letting myself stew in my misery I also realised that while the writing was certainly atmospheric it never really captured the 1920s period uite right Everyone knows that this is such a rich period of history but somehow Winters missed the mark The characters and dialogue felt too modern There were few attempts at slang and hints at the Prohibition and WWI but they were never organically incorporated into the story It s like the author had to remind us when this book was set because it wasn t obvious otherwise I did love that time was spent exploring women s sexual and reproductive rights during this time period but it wasn t enough to bring the 1920s to life in my opinion I was also annoyed by Janie s lack of character development For someone so central to the storyline she had literally no personalityOverallIf you couldn t tell I was completely disappointed with Yesternight For such a strong beginning this story s plotline and the ending was just dull While the writing was definitely atmospheric I didn t think that it captured the time period well I have heard fantastic things about Winters other books so I may give her a second chance in the future Review copy provided by the publisher for an honest review Academia Obscura you could feel the stormy weather seeping off the pages It gave me the chills Normally I would mock a movie that relied on conveniently timed rainstorms to create tension but Winters She knew how to weave the weather into the story without it being too purposefulI became uickly attached to our main character Alice Lind and her struggle to gain acceptance in the male dominated field of psychology It was really interesting to see how the story focused on the general public s apprehension toward psychologists and the idea of therapy I was rooting for Alice as she faced down all the obstacles that came in the way of her dream job How was I meant to resist such a feminist story but that s when things started going downhillJanie a seven Wide eyed and Legless Inside the Tour De France A Sportspages Book year old mathematical genius is introduced in the opening chapters Alice is sent to help Janie s teacher extend her schooling but it turns out there s a lot to the story Since the age of two Janie has been speaking about her before life She claims to have chosen to be born again that she is a reincarnation of a drowning victim named Violet Sunday Creepy right You would think this story would go one of two ways from here either the gloomy atmospheric writing style was setting us up for one hell of a horror story or it was going to keep its psychology theme and explore the treatment of mental illness in the 1920s Unfortunately it went neither of those two ways and that s where all of my problems stem from Yesternight s storyline became a detective story instead Alice investigated the possibility of Violet Sunday being a real person not a figment of Janie s imagination I wish I could sum up how unnatural this turn of events felt within the story You know how nails on a blackboard make Il rogo di Berlino you feel edgy and uncomfortable It was kind of like that There was no consistency and it was so boringThe last uarter of the book was icing on the cake It was so weird and unnecessary Alice made decisions that seemed to go against her core personality and the whole thing had a distinctive lack of realism and logic The epilogue did nothing but infuriate me You know when The Nightingale Girls you get so angry that A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi you actually get physically sick to the stomach That Yeah that s what happened to me I was so darn furious I hate when stories do things like that and it it honestly made me Hulk rageAfter finishing the book and letting myself stew in my misery I also realised that while the writing was certainly atmospheric it never really captured the 1920s period uite right Everyone knows that this is such a rich period of history but somehow Winters missed the mark The characters and dialogue felt too modern There were few attempts at slang and hints at the Prohibition and WWI but they were never organically incorporated into the story It s like the author had to remind us when this book was set because it wasn t obvious otherwise I did love that time was spent exploring women s sexual and reproductive rights during this time period but it wasn t enough to bring the 1920s to life in my opinion I was also annoyed by Janie s lack of character development For someone so central to the storyline she had literally no personalityOverallIf Pleins feux sur le tutu you couldn t tell I was completely disappointed with Yesternight For such a strong beginning this story s plotline and the ending was just dull While the writing was definitely atmospheric I didn t think that it captured the time period well I have heard fantastic things about Winters other books so I may give her a second chance in the future Review copy provided by the publisher for an honest review

  • Paperback
  • 374
  • Yesternight
  • Cat Winters
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9780062440860

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    PDF FREE Yesternight ☆ Cat Winters Summary Yesternight 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 From the very first page I was drawn in by the writing style The deliciously gloomy atmos

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    Summary Yesternight PDF FREE Yesternight ☆ Cat Winters Cat Winters ☆ 5 Free read 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 co

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