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MP!er Beth shares her thoughts on the captivating ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ by Cat Winters

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YOU REVIEW: MP!er Beth shares her thoughts on ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ by Cat Winters a captivating new YA fiction read guaranteed to put you in the halloween mood. 

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Describe the plot of ‘The Cure Of Dreaming’ in a tweet – less than 140 character, please!
A young suffragist with an over controlling father gets her world changed forever when a hypnotist is hired to change how she thinks.

What genre would you class the book as?
Historical fiction with aspects of horror.

What was the best bit?

Although not a specific part, I think the best bit was seeing the protagonist change from a scared, shy teenager, to a woman who is not afraid to say how she feels and act upon it.

Anything you didn’t like?
I was a bit disappointed that there was no epilogue. I would have loved to see what happened to Olivia and Henri and whether everything happened as they had planned.

Would you recommend ‘The Cure Of Dreaming’ to your friends?
Yes, definitely!

Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys? Or both?
I would say more girls would like this book rather than boys.

Anything else you’d like to tell us about the book?

I absolutely loved this book. It’s one of those that I just couldn’t put down as the story was so captivating, I had to know what happened.

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