All Our Yesterdays Paperback – 1 Aug 2013
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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)
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 sexierSee all Product Description
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The beginning drew me in immediately because we're introduced to Em, who is stuck in a cell and has been tortured, and we're made to wonder how she got there, who the guy in the cell next door is, who the doctor is, what's so special about the bloody drain... The list goes on. It's mysterious and intriguing and totally captivating right from the get-go.
The action kicks off immediately, and as a lover of all things that that one word entails - from fight scenes to shoot-outs to epic getaways - I am pleased to announce that the fast pacing and amount of action stays steady the entire way through.
I also loved it when the time travel begins, and we're taken to the past. I'm not going to say much because you definitely do not want to be spoiled for this book, but it was great to be able to get two different perspectives of two girls who have had very different experiences.
Throughout the book, Terrill throws in small clues that imply that Marina's world is very different to ours. If you pick up on those, then you'll know something is amiss, but you won't be able to figure out what that is. I wasn't sure what I was dealing with, to be honest!
Em was my favourite out of all the characters. Marina's story was great, but Em's character is just flawless. She's such a badass, and yet she's still loving and caring and she has a soul.Read more ›
However since I started reading it I''d been able to put it down for days at a time. That just doesn't happen to me - I actually made a conscious decision to sit and finish it and put time aside. I think the reason for this was that none of the characters really resonated with me. I neither liked not disliked them, they simply were and therefore it didn't matter to me if they won. I'm sure this is subjective and others will find them more relatable. They just didn't work for me.
Regardless this is still a very good book and if you want a hint if dystopia mixed with a time travel race against the clock quest and a hint of romance, this is definitely for you.
The characters were described brilliantly; not only were they believable, but I cared for Em and Finn and their developing relationship. I also thought that Terrill dealt with the paradoxes in time travel very well. An important issue was addressed in a way that was not confusing and made sense.
The end of the story did leave me with a bit of a lump in my throat as it is beautifully written also. Highly recommended.
All Our Yesterdays took a long time for me to get into, I was about 30% through it before I was actually intrigued instead of just confused about why I should care. The problem with this book is that it starts off with two completely conflicting timelines, one of Em who is an experience hardened young women living in a cell, listening to the man she loves (Finn) being tortured through the wall, and the other timeline is of Marina who is a young privileged teenage girl struggling with the fact that she's in love with her best friend James. The two timelines juxtaposed themselves in an uncomfortable way. The pacing was also off for the first 30%; where Em's timeline was fast and tense Marina's was slow, almost painfully so by comparison.
Once the novel finally reached a point where the two timelines were in synch I actually started to enjoy it and I started to care a lot more about the characters in it. Finn and Em I especially loved, like everyone else who has read this novel. Their love story did not distract form the story, but instead acted like a cushion of warmth between the hard, hurtful things that they had to struggle with. I figured out the link between the two timelines before it was brought up but that only made watching Em and Finn's story unfold more beautiful, because you could tell that Finn always loved Em.Read more ›
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While I found the beginning of the story a little confusing, I found that by the end of the book I was hooked. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sarah (whispering words)
Another book where the premise is better than the actual story. Luckily there were a few exciting plot twists so I could at least drum up some enthusiasm to finish. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sue Holmes @Crushingcinders
'All Our Yesterdays' is a cleverly-written science fiction thriller, with engaging and well-formed characters and a gripping plot. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Melanie Pratt
Good book - good concept - interesting and well-written. Enjoyed itPublished 14 months ago by Mrs. L. J. Whitehead
This is a complicated involved book about a girl with different names who has lived a few lives and Cassandra the time machine. It's an engaging future set romance.Published 15 months ago by debbie8355
I really enjoyed this book. It has all the ingredients for a great YA novel: a strong central character, lots of character growth and development, a love triangle, important moral... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Miss
When I first heard about All Our Yesterdays I was instantly intrigued. Not only was I hooked in with a stunning cover and an interesting synopsis, the hype for this book had... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Faye (A Daydreamer's Thoughts)
This is a beautifully written book that draws the reader in immediately. It's essentially a SF story about a dystopian society with the theme of time travel. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Uncle Barbar