MP!er Sharon shares her thoughts on historical fiction ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ by Cat Winters

YOU REVIEW: MP!er Sharon shares her thoughts on ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ the well-crafted coming-of-age story by Cat Winters.


Describe the plot of ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ in a tweet – Less than 140 characters please!
Olivia has strong views of how women should be treated, and after she was hypnotised has a strange gift! Is this gift a curse or a joy?

What genre would you class the book as?
I would put this book under Historical Fiction, and I love the use of old photos throughout.

What was the best bit?
I love the relationship between Henri Reverie (Hypnotise) and Livvie the young lady whose life he has changed.

Anything you didn’t like?
I have enjoyed all of the book so far although I have not liked some of the young male characters, mainly because of their view’s on women, and the best place for a women to be.

Would you recommend ‘The Cure For Dreaming’ to your friends?
I would definitely recommened this book!

Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys more? Or both?
It would be more geared at women, I think men would enjoy it too.

Anything else you’d like to tell us about ‘The Cure For Dreaming’?
If you are looking for an easy reading book, with a good plot and some really lovely historical photos, then this is the book for you.
I would give this book 8 out of 10

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