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All Our Yesterdays [Kindle Edition]

Cristin Terrill
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)

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All Our Yesterdays is one of the most astonishing debuts I have read so far this year. A real nail-biting and mind-bending, time-warping adventure that will have readers everywhere on the edge of their seats! I LOVED it! (Fiction Fascination)

The ending kind of blew my mind, and I love how it all wrapped up. This is a heart-pounding, fast-paced sci-fi/dystopia with FEELS (Winged Reviews)

Cristin Terrill's mind-bending thriller is intense, clever and achingly romantic. This is time-travel as it should be - exciting and completely unpredictable. A definite must-read (Realm of Fiction)

Powerful, fearless and oh so clever, this is a stunning debut from a bright new talent. I can't wait to see what Terrill writes next (Tanya Byrne, author of Heart-Shaped Bruise and Follow Me Down)

Absolutely incredible!. . . Undeniably one of the best novels I've ever read (Once Upon a Bookcase)

All Our Yesterdays had me hooked from the start and took me on a heart-pounding, fast-paced dystopian adventure. I haven't cared for characters' survival this much since The Hunger Games - Em and Finn completely won me over and the ending absolutely blew my mind! (Winged Reviews)

One of the best debuts I've read in a long time. All Our Yesterdays is an unputdownable riot of action, adventure, time travel and romance from start to finish, and is not to be missed (Daisy Chain Books)

Definitely one of the strongest debut novels I've ever seen . . . You simply MUST get your hands on this book or die trying! (Narratively Speaking)

It has the most mind-blowing plot I've ever read . . . A cinematic gem just waiting to be picked up (Serendipity Reviews)

It's no exaggeration to say that this is the must-read book of the year. Whether you've got to beg, borrow or steal a copy, I implore you to get your hands on it . . . this book will keep you up all night reading, as well as the night after that when you'll be re-reading it all over again (A Dream of Books)

Definitely one of the best books of 2013, and possibly one of the best sci-fi YA books ever (Ink Scratchers)

Absolutely unmissable. For all those out there who want something ORIGINAL, pick this up because it will blow you away (Falling Books)

Possibly the most addictive book I've read this year (Becca Fitzpatrick, author of New York Times bestseller HUSH HUSH)

Characters and a storyline so unique it will blow your mind! A timeless tale on change, loss, love, family, trust and time travel! READ it! (Guardian)

One of the BEST TEEN BOOKS OF 2013. Powerful emotional relationships and tight plotting in this debut mark Terrill as an author to watch (Kirkus)

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The most page-turningly addictive, brilliantly plotted debut you'll read this year, packed with romance, action, conspiracy and a mind-bendingly clever plot, it's The Hunger Games with a dash of Doctor Who, only much sexier

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 527 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1423176375
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens; 1 edition (1 Aug 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C2LCOWW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #100,685 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cristin Terrill is a young adult author and aspiring grown-up. She lives in Maryland via Texas and the UK and teaches creative writing to kids and teens in DC.

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5.0 out of 5 stars An instant all-time favorite! 21 Sep 2013
Format:Paperback
Every once in a while, a book comes along with a synopsis and a cover which convince you, no matter what, you will love that book. You don't need to read any reviews or reactions, you just know. It doesn't happen too often. I believe the last time I had it, it was with Stormdancer. But then, along came All Our Yesterdays. I just knew it. However, with previous reads that I had high hopes for ultimately letting me down, I was still nervous about it. But that was unwarranted for All Our Yesterdays. Make no mistake, I love this book.

I'm kind of in love with the time travel concept, so that is what instantly drew me in. It's so well executed that it's hard to do it justice with this review. Time travel is a delicate concept because... how do you tackle it? How do you deal with the paradoxes? Cristin Terrill had no problem with it. She is a master storyteller and the intricate beauty of this story puts this book on my favorites list and her next books on my to-read list as well.

I think what draws me to time travel and parallel universe stories is that it all comes down to the choices we make and their implications. But what All Our Yesterdays does so well is that it uses that to create very complex characters. Let it be known now, I love me a complex villain. Seriously. You give me a book where the villain can show that certain motivations or principles are driving his actions, that there's a logic to it, that it could be perceived as "right", and I will love that book. And that book, in this case, is All Our Yesterdays. The villain is scary and creepy and wrong. But you see his development to that point as well. You see what drives him. You see that he truly believes he's doing good. You almost sympathize with him. But it's also wrong. God, I just love the complexity.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not great 17 April 2014
By Kirsty VINE VOICE
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If I was to sum up this book in one word it would have to be underwhelming. With all the 5* reviews and comparisons to the Hunger Games I really thought this book would grip me, but it ends up just being "meh".

It was easy to see very early on where the plot was going, and there were no surprises or shocks to turn things around as the book went on. To be honest the time travel storyline was very weak, and nowhere near dark or gritty enough to keep me hooked. It's hard really to describe it, but it just need more... Umph!!

What I did think was dealt with well was the love aspect, it was realistic and sweet without being an annoying case of instalove.

The ending was as expected and kinda fizzled out, and to be honest I know I won't be picking up the sequels.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfection. 11 Sep 2013
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'All Our Yesterdays' by Cristin Terrill - quite possibly the best book I have read in a long time. I started to type out a long title, over-brimming with adjectives - brilliant, clever, complex, intense, funny, moving... - but I settled on perfect. It was either that or wow.

I admit, what really grabbed me about this book was the quote from Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. One of my favourite quotes, it sums up this novel perfectly. I bought my copy elsewhere, and find myself now wishing I had ordered it from Amazon! Under £4 is an incredible price for an incredible book. I was hooked by the first sentence... ("I stare at the drain in the centre of the concrete floor. It was the first thing I saw when they locked me in this cell, and I've barely looked away since.") ...and I could barely put this book down since.

The writing is outstanding. I cannot fault it. There are so many books out there that may have a gripping story, or compelling characters, yet are let down by shoddy writing. Not this. The brilliant, intricately complicated plot is held together by faultless writing. (Shoot, there I go with the adjectives again!) At times, I felt chilled at what I was reading. Seconds later, grinning like a fool.

The characters are incredible too. Massive kudos to Cristin Terrill for creating such a fantastic character in Finn, who can make the reader smile in the grimmest of situations. I loved Finn. I loved all the characters, each so refreshingly 3 dimensional, even the truly evil ones. My only slight issue might be the lack of ugly characters... everyone seemed to be attractive, or charming in some way. But this hardly matters compared to the rest of the book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant. 16 Sep 2014
By Liz Wilkins TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
I LOVED this one, much more than I thought I would, it was a fast paced rollercoaster of a read with an intriguing premise and terrific execution.

Em and Finn know they have to escape their prison, through time…and prevent a catastrophe. How often they have attempted this remains unclear – but in order to save our future they must make some difficult and emotional choices and face very real danger..

I loved how this one was constructed – taking viewpoints and different timelines but never confusing and always giving you pause for thought – involving some terrific characters you will come to care about and some truly ingenious bad guys – it is almost impossible to put down once you start.

The world building is superb, looking as it does at what might happen should time travel suddenly become possible – especially if it ends up in the wrong hands. There is also some terrific and intelligent character building and progression as Em and Finn begin to realise the truth of what they may have to do. I also liked how the author used grief as a starting point for one major character and how it changed him over the course of time, from genius to evil genius. There are also themes of redemption and moving on here that are cleverly woven into the complex yet highly addictive plot. Overall a most terrific read.

The planned sequel is now not going to happen – and I for one am actually pleased. Whilst I loved the time I spent with Em, Finn and co I thought this had an almost perfect syncronicity and although there are more stories that COULD be told, the heart of it is complete. So sadly I will leave them behind me, having had a brilliant, fast paced, well written adventure in time.

Highly Recommended.

Happy Reading Folks!

**Source: Purchased copy from Local Bookshop**
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