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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Media Inc; Unabridged edition (18 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452618968
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452618968
  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 2.8 x 13.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)

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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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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) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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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 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MY on 11 Sept. 2013
Format: Paperback
'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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SJH @ A Dream of Books on 8 Sept. 2013
Format: Paperback
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. Utterly tense, exciting and gripping, 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.

The opening chapters of the story were superb and provided a stunning start to a book which was consistently brilliant from start to finish. The plot centres on Em and Finn who must travel back in time to stop a catastrophic event from occurring. Guided by a note which Em discovers, she sets out to complete the hardest challenge she will ever face, attempting to avert tragedy in the process.

Time-travel is something which I love but it can often be confusing with time frames changing rapidly and characters jumping backwards and forwards throughout the story. In 'All Our Yesterdays' the time travel element of the story is executed brilliantly. Concentration is needed to keep the two strands of the plot separate but the reward is well worth it. There are no plot holes, no questions left unanswered and everything ultimately makes perfect sense to the reader by the end of the book.

This is not a straight-forward romantic novel but it features a romance which is not limited by the bounds of time. It's clear from the start that Em and Finn have been bonded together by their shared traumatic experiences and this links them in a way like no other could. While Em takes the leading role in the book, Finn is always there by her side. He's her strength when she doesn't know if she can go on and he's her other half, the one who understands her and loves her for the person she is and was.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KarisGould on 13 Aug. 2013
Format: Paperback
When you hear "Science Fiction", do you think of television series such Star Wars or Doctor Who?, or literature works like Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (later to be adapted into the film Blade Runner)? I do.

But when I picked up debut author Cristin Terrill's novel of time-travel, All Our Yesterdays, I wasn't expecting to start reading what is, quite simply, a love story.
Terrill captured me with the classic in medias res by starting the story with Em, a fierce, feisty and passionate young woman who has been captured by who we only know as "the doctor". I asked all the questions I'm sure Terrill wanted me to: why has she been captured? Who is "the doctor"? How will she escape? And because of this, I was unable to stop turning the pages in my quest to find the answer.

I next met Marina, a teenage girl who, like most of us at the tender age of sixteen, has a desperate need to love, be loved, and belong. She speaks in a fresh, unfettered and most importantly, normal voice that lacks the somewhat "flowery" poetry that I've come across in a lot of YA novels, instead making plain, bold statements that have the power to make you laugh and fall in love with her instantly. Em is very similar with her slightly older, significantly wiser and yet still bluntly honest narrative, and the two of them take you on a journey that is so honest and true to humanity that I'm sure I won't forget it for a long time.

One of the things I loved most about All Our Yesterdays is that Terrill was able to take such a simple idea and put her own, wildly entertaining and well-thought out spin on it.
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