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


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

CureforDreaming_finalcoverDescribe the plot of ‘The Cure Of Dreaming’ in a tweet – less than 140 characters, please! 
A suffragists father gets his daughter hypnotised to rid her of her dreams for women’s rights, and she ends up with a gift neither of them were expecting.

What genre would you class the book as?
Historical fiction.

What was the best bit?
I don’t really have a best bit as I loved the book as a whole. I loved seeing Henry and Olivia’s relationship develop and how you could tell Henry cared for Olivia and gave her an interesting gift. You see her grow from a young girl to an independent woman.

Anything you didn’t like?
I’d like to know what happened with Henry, Genevieve and Olivia after they’d all moved away. Other than that, nothing!! I couldn’t put the book down!

Would you recommend ‘The Cure Of Dreaming’ to your friends?
Definitely and already have done!

Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys? Or both?
I would say it appealed to girls more but anyone into historical fiction would love it. It’s not the type of book I usually read but it was really interesting!

Anything else you’d like to tell us about the book?
It’s such a good read, and easy to follow. I liked the pictures throughout the book too.

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