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The Cure for Dreaming - Cat Winters
The Cure for Dreaming
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Format: hardcover
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YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins rated it
4.5 Insightful approach to historical suffrage movement
Olivia's dancing around the edges of the suffrage movement in 1890s Portland, OR. She's strong-minded but quiet, dreaming of a future as a teacher or writer, but trapped under her domineering father's thumb. When she's hypnotized on stage the night of her birthday, she craves the relaxing peace of i...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
5.0 The Cure for Dreaming
I really enjoyed this novel. I wasn’t sure if this novel was for me but after the reading the first couple chapters, I was drawn in by Olivia. Olivia had a voice and she used it to express herself. She wanted change, she didn’t want what the world expected of her, Olivia wanted more. Her father trie...
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Lost Girls Reviews rated it
3.5 The Cure For Dreaming
Set in Oregon in the 1900s, a young girl named Olivia Mead, lives with her controlling father who feels that her headstrong behavior needs to be snuffed out. He hires a hypnotist to put her under hypnosis and remove her rebellion, but instead, Henri gives her the gift of seeing the world as it truly...
Chibivi in Booksland
Chibivi in Booksland rated it
5.0 Review: "The Cure for Dreaming" by Cat Winters
I’ve been waiting to read this book since it has been released. I haven’t read anything by Cat Winters before but because I’ve kept seeing this novel everywhere and because it has a gorgeous cover (which, by the way, is even more beautiful in reality: the cover's details and the chapters intersperse...
Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it
4.0 YA historical fiction with a bit of magical realism thrown in
I really enjoyed this book. I've read one other Cat Winters book - In the Shadow of Blackbirds - which I also just loved. If I had to choose between the two, Blackbirds has a bit of an edge, but I'd recommend either book to people who enjoy YA, historical fiction and/or magical realism. The Cure f...
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